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Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
Main idea module three
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Main idea module three

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This module specifically focuses on how to focus on the topic and then use that to find the main idea of a reading selection.

This module specifically focuses on how to focus on the topic and then use that to find the main idea of a reading selection.

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  • 1. Module Three
    By: Christopher K. Shumaker
  • 2. the main idea will usually include the topic
    of the passage or paragraph
  • 3. What is the topic of this photo?
    The topic if fruit.
  • 4.
  • 5. A fruit bowl consists of many types of fruit.
  • 6. Reflexology is a form of natural healing based on the belief that reflexes in the hands, feet, and ears correspond to specific parts, glands, and organs of the body. By applying pressure on these reflexes, reflexology aids the natural function of the related body areas by relieving tension and improving circulation. Ancient humans stimulated reflexes naturally by working and building with their hands and walking barefoot over rough ground. Modern humans have lost much of nature’s way of maintaining a balanced and healthy equilibrium. Reflexology aids natural health and vitality in several ways.
  • 7. Reflexology is a form of natural healing based on the belief that reflexes in the hands, feet, and ears correspond to specific parts, glands, and organs of the body. By applying pressure on these reflexes, reflexology aids the natural function of the related body areas by relieving tension and improving circulation. Ancient humans stimulated reflexes naturally by working and building with their hands and walking barefoot over rough ground. Modern humans have lost much of nature’s way of maintaining a balanced and healthy equilibrium. Reflexology aids natural health and vitality in several ways.
  • 8. Just as we must critically evaluate information we read, we must also use critical thinking skills as we view images. Every day we are bombarded with images—pictures, billboards, commercials on television, graphs and charts in newspapers and textbooks, to name just a few examples. Most images slide by without our noticing them, or so we think. But images, sometimes even more than text, can influence us. Their creators have purposes, some worthy, some not. And understanding those purposes requires that we think critically. The methods of viewing images critically are the same as those we use for reading text critically. For example, we preview, analyze, interpret, and evaluate images.
  • 9. Just as we must critically evaluate information we read, we must also use critical thinking skills as we view images. Every day we are bombarded with images—pictures, billboards, commercials on television, graphs and charts in newspapers and textbooks, to name just a few examples. Most images slide by without our noticing them, or so we think. But images, sometimes even more than text, can influence us. Their creators have purposes, some worthy, some not. And understanding those purposes requires that we think critically. The methods of viewing images critically are the same as those we use for reading text critically. For example, we preview, analyze, interpret, and evaluate images.
  • 10. TOPICS
    To find the topic, look for the words that appear most often in the reading passage.
    The topic can be one, two, or three words in length, but it summarizes what the passage’s main focus is about.

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