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How to Restate an Idea and Summarize - Video & Lesson Transcript ...

Aug 12, 2016 ... Understanding how to restate an idea and summarize the information you have
read is an important reading skill. In this lesson, you'll learn ...

How to Write a Summary by Paraphrasing Source Material | English ... paraphrasing-source-material/

A paraphrased source differs from a summarized source in that you focus on
restating the ideas, not condensing them. It is important to check your paraphrase

Quiz & Worksheet - Restating and Summarizing an Idea |

See if you know what restating and summarizing mean and how to do it with an
online quiz that can be printed as a worksheet for review. You'll get...

Restating vs. Summarizing a Passage (Details vs. Main Points ... main-points/

Jul 19, 2012 ... You have to be able to discern the difference between restating the passage (
sentence-by-sentence) and understanding the main idea. If I ask ...

Summarizing | Academic Integrity at MIT

A summary is a synthesis of the key ideas of a piece of writing, restated in your
own words – i.e., paraphrased. You may write a summary as a stand-alone ...

Transition Words & Phrases

English transition words are essential, since they not only connect ideas, but also
... words and phrases conclude, summarize and / or restate ideas, or indicate a ...

How to Write a Strong Conclusion for Your Essay

Jul 7, 2017 ... It's not about introducing new ideas but summing up your writing. The goal is to
restate the thesis, summarize the essay's body, and leave ...

Summary - Citing Sources - Research Guides at Davidson College

Aug 30, 2019 ... Paraphrase: A restatement of an idea in roughly the same length as the ...
Compares and contrasts quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing, ...

Avoid Plagiarism: Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

Once again, it is necessary to attribute summarized ideas to the original source.
... restatement than a summary, which focuses concisely on a single main idea.

Summary: Using it Wisely - The Writing Center

Knowing how to summarize something you have read, seen, or heard is a ... to
recognize when you must go beyond describing, explaining, and restating texts
and .... about how much of your writing comes from your own ideas or arguments.

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