SUMMARIZING No paraphrasing readingcomprehensiontask Rule-basedstrategy Reduce a texttoitsbareessentials Brown, Champione and Day (1981) instruction and practicenot only improve students' ability to summarize text, but also their overall comprehension of text content(Farstrup, 2002).
ROLE OF THE TEACHER Teacheris a model The teacher must allow students ample practice time with appropriate feedback. DIRECT-SHOW HOW
SUMMARIZING FRAMES SERIES OF QUESTIONS TEACHER PROVIDE TO THE STUDENTS
RECIPROCAL TEACHING Palincsar and Brown (1984)
COMPONENTS Itbeginswith a summarystatement,it’sconsidered A fiisrtdraft. Q ;C; P helpstodevelop a deeplevel of analysis
Statetheinformationthatmatters in a parsimoniousform
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