3Key Details What happened in the video clip? People Places Actions of othersWrite key ideas on graphic organizerRecord your key ideas on the graphic organizer.
4Central Idea Look at your key details What lesson or big idea can you take away from this event? (The BIG picture; not specific details)Fill in the central idea on your graphic organizer.
5Earthquake Hits Turkey Read articleThink about key ideas of the article.
6Determining the Central Idea Informative texts have elements that can help you find the central idea.TitlesHeadings/subheadingsA person’s actions and wordsConnotations of words (how the word makes you feel)Write central ideas shared on the board
7Collaborative PairsGet a partner and decide who will be #1 and who will be #2#1 tell #2 one possible central idea and explain why you think it is correct#2 tell #1 one possible central idea and explain why you think it is correctBe prepared to share out
8As A GroupLet’s choose 2 of the central ideas that we brainstormed that we find are central to the article.Circle them on the board.
9The Nitty Gritty ~ Let’s Take a Look Central Idea #1- How does the author convey that idea to us?Is it clearly communicated with supporting details? If not, it is not truly a message we should take away.Look at the text features and the text and see if you can fill in the graphic organizer.
10You will complete this side first Graphic OrganizerYou will complete this side firstWrite the central idea # 1 and #2 on the graphic organizer
11Supporting DetailsThis is information from the text that supports the central idea.Let’s take a look……
12Grouping 4 Groups: Group 1- first section Group 2- second section Group 3- third sectionGroup 4- two picturesReview your section~ don’t forget to look at the text features. Fill in supporting details. Can you?After the groups meet and complete side 1 of the organizer, have them share out as per the plan. Record findings on the chart.
13Time to Analyze We have supporting details right? But how are they organized in the text?Were they spread throughout the sections?How about the pictures? Were they all in one section?Discuss with your partner. Be ready to share out.Analyzing the chart
14Let’s Analyze the Second Central Idea Switch gears…..think about the second central idea.Review the text and record the details to support this central idea.How are the supporting details organized in the text?Were they spread throughout the sections?How about the pictures? Were they all in one section?Discuss with your partner. Be ready to share out.
15Summarizing “And that’s how it all ties together” Our goal: summarize the article, including 2 central ideas and their supporting details.So far, we have only been looking at 1 central idea at a time.HOW DO WE COMBINE THEM?
16Summarizing is NOT Retelling Retelling= listing all the ideas exactly how they are organized in the articleSummarizing= grouping similar ideas together to make it easier for people to understand the information.
17Summaries Are: objective- they do not contain your opinion similar ideas which are grouped togetherstatements that do not contain specific detailsGive an example of a summary and a non-summary. Have students vote on which is which- possible topic- household pets
18Let’s Practice #1 summarize to #2 what you did this weekend? #2 summarize to #1 your favorite teacher
19Let’s Summarize Take a look at your graphic organizers/ charts. We are going to summarize the information found there.I have to keep in mind that summaries are objective, so that means that it can’t contain my opinion.What do you think of my summary? Turn to your partner and discuss. Did I pass?Model how to transfer the information in the g.o. into a summary. Thumbs up/down from the students as to if I passed or not.
20Your TurnRead the article Dogs unleash children’s joy of reading with Paws with Patience.Write a letter to an absent student summarizing what you the article they missed today.Letter is a