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Delete, Substitute, Keep

Delete, Substitute, Keep. Basic Summarization in 3 Steps (Marzano, Pickering
and Pollock, 2001).

1.  Deleting information - Draw a line through anything that seems trivial
or frivolous, such as adjectives, similar examples, and transition
words.  Draw a line through anything that is redundant or repetitive.  
2.  Substituting information - Replace specific terms with general terms. 
For example, if the original text lists flies, honeybees, mosquitoes,
and moths”, the student might substitute “flying insects.”
3.  Keeping information - Determine a good topic sentence for the
material.  Just about every topic sentence contains a subject and the
author’s claim about it.
Knowing what to delete, substitute, and keep is an integral part to writing an
effective summary.  Teachers should model the process for students and
provide numerous practice items.


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