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Selective Underlining strategy

Selective Underlining
This strategy enables students to understand what the author is trying to say
as well as to organize information in texts. 
1.  Explain to students that underlining words/phrases are helpful for
comprehension.
2.  During modeling, read through the text first then reread and
underline words and phrases (not sentences) that get at the main
idea.
3.  Using colored markers, highlight main ideas in one color and details in
another.  
When completed, a student can note whether an author is balancing the main
ideas and details.  They can state “In this paragraph the author gave 2 main
ideas with no details”, or “I saw 3 main ideas in the passage, 2 main ideas had
3 details and the other had none” (Santa, Havens & Maycumber, 1996).

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