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  • You may want to highlight the words, re-writing, clarify and shorten and keeps. These seem like keys words in the definition.
  • Great graphic! Again, I would use highlights.
  • Check the comma and the capital S after it. IS that correct?
  • I like the noise that you added here for the paraphrased passage. Could you do that for the others?
  • I think that some commas are needed in the paragraph. The use of color for the best is an effective strategy. But the heading could read - the purple one is best. So the reader does not have to guess. Also in these two practice slides the sentences are quite long, I am wondering if shorter sentences would be helpful to the students. Also, when you create the lesson plans, I think it would be good if students had copies of the text so that they could practice the highlighting. We’ll do this on Tuesday when we return.
  • Fun.

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  • 1. In Your Own Words…PARAPHRASING
  • 2. By the End, You will Know…o How to put a passage in your own words without changing the meaningo The definition of Paraphrasingo How to find the main idea of the text in order to paraphrase it
  • 3. What is Paraphrasing???o PARAPHRASING IS…o A rewriting of text in your own wordso Used to clarify meaningo Used to shorten a longer statement but keeps the main ideas
  • 4. So How Do We Do It?o Read the passage carefully PARAPHRASEo Decide the main ME! ideas of the passageo Highlight important words or phraseso Put the main points in your own words
  • 5. Example 1 Passage from Book• Ancient Egyptians believed that Osiris, a good and wise king, was the first pharaoh. He spread knowledge to other parts of the world, while his wife, Isis, ruled Egypt in his place.
  • 6. Good Example 1 ORIGINAL PASSAGE PARAPHRASED· Ancient Egyptians believed PASSAGE that Osiris, a good and wise · King Osiris was the first king, was the first pharaoh. pharaoh and spread He spread knowledge to knowledge. Queen Isis ruled other parts of the world, Egypt when he was gone. while his wife, Isis, ruled Egypt in his place. HIGHLIGHTED PASSAGE Ancient Egyptians believed that Osiris, a good and wise king, was the first pharaoh. He spread knowledge to other parts of the world, while his wife, Isis, ruled Egypt in his place
  • 7. Poor Example 1 Original Passage Poor Paraphrasing· Ancient Egyptians believed · King Osiris was an ancient that Osiris, a good and wise Egyptian King and the first king, was the first pharaoh. pharaoh. He was good and He spread knowledge to wise because he spread other parts of the world, knowledge to other parts of while his wife, Isis, ruled the world. His wife Isis ruled Egypt in his place. Egypt in his place. Highlighted Passage Ancient Egyptians believed that Osiris, a good and wise king, was the first pharaoh. He spread knowledge to other parts of the world, while his wife, Isis, ruled Egypt in his place.
  • 8. Example 2 Passage from Book o Upon returning home, Osiris was murdered by his evil brother Set, who cut Osiris’s body into pieces and dumped it in the Nile River. Isis found the body and put it back together byOsiris and Set winding linen bandages around it.
  • 9. Good Example 2 Original Passage Paraphrased Passage· Upon returning home, Osiris · Osiris’s brother Set killed Osiris by was murdered by his evil cutting his body into pieces, and brother, Set who cut his body Isis put the body back together. into pieces and dumped it in the Nile River. Isis found the body and put it back together by winding linen bandages around it. Highlighted Passage Upon returning home, Osiris was murdered by his evil brother, Set who cut his body into pieces and dumped it in the Isis, Osiris’s Nile River. Isis found the body and put it wife back together by winding linen bandages around it.
  • 10. Poor Example 2Original Passage Poor Paraphrasing· Upon returning home, Osiris · Osiris was murdered and was murdered by his evil Isis found the body brother, Set who cut his body into pieces and dumped it in the Nile River. Isis found the body and put it back together by winding linen bandages around it. Highlighted Passage Upon returning home, Osiris was murdered by his evil brother, Set who cut his body into pieces and dumped it in the Nile River. Isis found the body and put it back together by winding linen bandages around it.
  • 11. Your TurnRemember the Rules Passage from Booko Read the passage · In 1857, a British carefully expedition led byo Find the main ideas Richard Burton ando Highlight important John Speke set out to words or phrases find the great lakeso Put the main points in shown on Ptolemy’s your own words map. After reaching Lake Tanganyika, the two men split up because Burton was ill.
  • 12. Now You Try! Remember to highlight Which one is the best? the right words o Richard Burton and his friend· In 1857, a British expedition looked for the great lakes led by Richard Burton and shown on Ptolemy’s map. John Speke set out to find the The men split up. great lakes shown on o In 1857, Richard Burton and Ptolemy’s map. After John Speke searched for the reaching Lake Tanganyika, great lakes on Ptolemy’s the two men split up because map, but they had to split up Burton was ill. when Burton was ill. o Two men from Britain looked for the great lakes but had to split up because one was ill.
  • 13. CONGRATULATIONS!Now that you’ve mastered paraphrasing, let’s move onto organization!