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  • Identify main ideasChoose our own words and word order to express the ideasCredit the author.
  • Paraphrase summary

    1. 1.    Paraphrase      &      Summary  Follow  along  goo.gl/orxNV  
    2. 2. Who  does  an  idea  belong  to?  
    3. 3. Build  on  ideas  Some?mes,  if  an  idea  is  especially  well-­‐stated,  we  might  want  to  use  a  direct  quote.            
    4. 4. Why  quote?  •  Language  is  special  (e.g.,  poe?c,  not  easily   rephrased).      •  Original  author’s  wording  is  important  
    5. 5. But…   most  of  the  ?me,  we  just  want    to  paraphrase  an  original  text.      
    6. 6. Rewrite  an  idea    in  your  own  words,  but  s?ll  give  the  original   author  credit.      
    7. 7. How  to  paraphrase  •  Rewrite  the  informa?on  (your  own  words   and  word  order).    •  Keep  the  author’s  original  meaning.    •  Give  the  author  credit  for  the  idea.      
    8. 8. Remember…    1.  Rewrite  the  idea.      
    9. 9. Remember…    1.  Rewrite        2.  Original  meaning          the  idea.      
    10. 10. Remember…    1.  Rewrite        2.  Original  meaning.            3.  Credit  for  the  idea.      
    11. 11. How  to  create  a  paraphrase  Quote:  “Of  all  the  fruits  I’ve  ever  tasted,  banana  is  the  most  delicious”  (Smart,  2013,  p.  3).    •  What  are  the  important  ideas  in  this   sentence?  
    12. 12. What  does  a  paraphrase  look  like?  •  Quote:  “Of  all  the  fruits  I’ve  ever  tasted,  banana  is  the   most  delicious”  (Smart,  2013,  p.  3).    1.  Smart  (2013)  says  that  he  likes  bananas  more  than   other  fruit.    2.  Banana  has  been  verified  as  the  author’s  favorite  fruit   (Smart,  2013).    3.  Smart  (2013)  claims  that  bananas  are  his  favorite   fruit.      
    13. 13. Let’s  prac?ce  paraphrasing  
    14. 14. Sample  student  essay  Two  underlined  sentences  are  paraphrases,  but  they  do  not  meet  our  criteria.  
    15. 15. Ac?vity  With  your  partners,  revise  the  two  paraphrases  so  that  they  meet  all  three  criteria:      1.  Rewrite  with  your  own  words  and  word  order  2.  Keep  the  original  meaning  3.  Credit  the  author   Submit  your  group’s  answers  here:   goo.gl/WGpLt  
    16. 16. Summary  The  cousin  of  paraphrase  
    17. 17. Summary  •  Write  a  shorter  version  than  the  original  text.    •  Summarize  essays,  books,  ar?cles  in  your   wri?ng  –  maybe  as  a  paragraph  or  single   sentence.      
    18. 18. Summary:  Ingredients  1.  Iden?fy  main  ideas  and  important   informa?on  from  the  overall  text.    2.  Rewrite  the  main  ideas  in  our  own  words.  3.  Keep  the  original  meaning.  4.  Give  the  author  credit.    
    19. 19. Let’s  prac?ce   •  Ar?cle  from  the  NY  Daily   News   •  Ar?cle  on  using  video   technology  in  football   matches.     •  624  words   •  How  do  we  summarize  it?      
    20. 20. made  using  wordle.net  
    21. 21. Secret  Tip!  •  Stuck  on  finding  a  synonym?    •  Visit  hgp://corpus.byu.edu/coca/  •  Put  in  your  search  term  like  this  [=game]  
    22. 22. Synonyms  for  “game”  from  Corpus  Event   39,611  CompeBBon   30,000  Sport   26,454  Entertainment   16,229  Match   10,701  Contest   9,240    
    23. 23. Presenta?on,  materials,  and   references?   Go  here:     or  here:  goo.gl/orxNV      

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