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Compare and contrast the overall structure e. I like using structure summary frames to help the kids get all of the information into their summaries.
We tell them that knowing the structures help them become better readers, so now is the time to put the theory to the test. The kids should be able to use their knowledge of the structures to summarize without depending on Who, What, When, Where, Why and How.
Day 1 will be modeling and guided practice on using the frames. Day 2 will be set aside for students to read a few texts and practice summarizing on their own.
Be ready to share in about 3 minutes. A summary is a brief statement or account of the main points of a text. I want a quick version. In fiction, we used Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then as a sentence frame to help you get started on summaries.
I wanted to make sure I give the students a good amount of modeling with identifying the text structures and then using the summary frames since this is something completely new.
I like the kids to feel confident when we start off so that can be more engaged. Sometimes when I give them something new and difficult, they shut down a little. I created this after looking at quite a few on the internet.
Some that I found were too restrictive for longer texts when I used them in the past.
Others were too wordy for my kids to remember. Feel free to modify this for your own needs. The point of the summary frames are to give the kiddos a guide to use and then slowly pull them away so that the kids can try the summaries on their own.
The lexiles range fromwhich is on level for our 5th graders. You will read with your table group, using your color coding to find clue words that hint at the structure being used. You may modify the sentence frame slightly to fit your ideas.
If any group finishes early, you may type your responses for me. I grabbed a typed version from one of my groups that finished quickly. I just save the template on our shared drive so they can do some typing if they finish up before other groups.
The reading and summary creation will take some time, so I planned a quick wrap up. Most of what the kids are reading on the internet is also multi-structured.Discover the importance of early language, listening, and speaking on literacy development.
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5th Grade ELA (Dana Patton) Unit 3. Unit 1: Back-to-School Boot Camp Let's Sum it Up! Summarizing Nonfiction Text Day 1. Add to Favorites. teachers like this lesson. Print Lesson. Share. The bees summary was pretty easy to write with the frames.
The Jane summary frame required some combining of main ideas from a few paragraphs. The book doesn't have a steady flow from one grade to the next. It all seems like it's just mixed up together in one.
I was expecting something going from 4th grade level and morphing into harder work and that's just not the case.
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