2Reading Strategies Chunking Summarization Annotation Hint: They all work together!!!!
3ChunkingThe process of breaking the text up in smaller more manageable pieces.Allows for greater summarizationAllows for logical recall pointsAllows us understand smaller portions of text at one time
4Chunking ProcessRead through the selection first knowing that you will be reading it a 2nd or 3rd timeBasic Chunking Strategies:Number your paragraphsBreak the text into 5 separate pieces by drawing lines after each “chunk”Number your chunks in the margin
7What does Annotating look like? Circle words you don’t know then define the word on your chunking sheetUnderline key words and phrases.[Bracket sections you think are important. ]Write your thoughts in the margins as you readBy the end, your article should be covered in symbols and thoughts you’ve had while reading!
9We’ve Chunked, We’ve Talked It’s all over except the Summary
10SummarizationSummary is taking a broad view of a topic and putting it into your own words.Answer the key questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why?Should be shorter in length than the original.You will write a short summary for each chunk on your summary page.This should be the overall point being made WITHIN the chunk, not the whole article.
11Let’s Practice Read CHUNK 1 of your first article. Turn to a neighbor with the same topic and tell them a summary of what you just read.Listen actively as your neighbor tells you their summary.Use what you’ve read and what your neighbor said to write a summary of the chunk on the summary page.Great Job! Now do the same thing for CHUNK 2 of article 1, then move on until you have summarized all the chunksLastly, write a 1 sentence summary of the Entire Article.You are finished Chunking, Annotating, and Summarizing your first article!!!!!!! Yay!!!
12Chunking, Annotating, and Summarizing (Due for all 7 Sources on Monday, Nov. 10) 1st readDefine unfamiliar words(summary page)Bracket important details(on article)Write thoughts and opinions in margins2nd readStop reading and summarize after each chunkWrite a 1 sentence summary for each articleEach article will have it’s own summary page. (7 sources=7 summary pages)