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SRA: Getting the Main Idea (Specific Skill Series) Book E by Richard A. Boning Paperback $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by All American Textbooks/5(3). The main idea of a sentence is usually fairly straightforward to identify. Often it is as simple as identifying the subject of the sentence. Whole chapters or books, on the other hand, can seldom be easily reduced to expression in the form of a single, main idea. An implied main idea can be found in several ways. Several sentences in a paragraph can imply the main idea by introducing facts about the topic before actually stating the topic. Implied ideas can be drawn from facts, reasons, or examples that give hints or suggestions concerning the main idea. These hints will be clues leading you to discover. Questions about the "main idea" of a passage are popular on reading comprehension tests, but sometimes, those questions are pretty difficult to answer, especially for students who are not completely sure they understand what the main idea really is. Finding the main idea of a paragraph or longer passage of text is one of the most important reading skills to master, along with concepts like.
At the end, THE MAIN IDEA includes a full page of suggestions for ways to use the ideas in the book for professional development of your staff. A year-long subscription to THE MAIN IDEA not only includes these monthly book summaries, but it also includes free access to over book summaries and workshops in our archives. Finding the main idea is a key to understanding what you read. The main idea ties all of the sentences in the paragraph or article together. Once you identify the main idea, everything else in the reading should click into place. The rest of the reading is the evidence provided to support that main idea. Finding the Main Idea Find the topic first. Check out the three mini lesson statements and watch the video to get more ideas on how to teach main idea and details with three specific books. Here is a chart with three mini lesson statements and examples of how to frame your whole class discussion. Big, Blue Whale by Nicola Davies When teaching main idea and details, I like to bring in a nonfiction example as well. I teach my students that the main idea of a story is what the book is mostly about and the details are the parts of the story that support and relate to the main nonfiction texts it is easy for students to say the main idea is “about whales” but I ask them for a.
Using This Book Pages After introducing main ideas and supporting details to students (see page 4), duplicate and pass out pages 5–7. Use page 5 to help students review and practice what they have just learned about identifying the main idea and supporting details. By explaining their. Getting the Main Idea, Book G (Specific Skills Series) by Richard A. Boning () Paperback out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Specific Skills Series: Making Inferences | Reproducible Activity Book Kitty Scharf. /5(3). A book can have a number of different themes or overarching subjects which are present throughout the book. However, a book generally only has one main idea; therefore, the main idea is the big. Draw a daisy on the board and put the main idea of a story into the center of the flower and write the supporting details on the petals. Ask them to do the same when choosing the main idea from other stories. Picture books to teach main idea: Thanksgiving is Here! By Diane Goode August , HarperCollins Publishers. Main idea: The main idea in.