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

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Aug 13, 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 ...

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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
 ...

Paraphrase and Summary - University College

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To paraphrase means to restate someone else's ideas in your own language at
roughly the same level of detail. To summarize means to reduce the most ...

Conclusions – University of Lynchburg

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When writing a summary, use your introduction/working thesis/thesis as a guide;
... One way to restate AND to look forward is to look at your ideas/subject in a ...

Putting things in your own words--the paraphrase, summary, and ...

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This restatement preserves both the original meaning of the passage and the ... A
summary restates only the author's main ideas, omitting all the examples and ...

Restating vs. Summarizing a Passage (Details vs. Main Points ...

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

Summarizing | Academic Integrity at MIT

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Summarizing. 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 ...

Chapter 3. Putting Ideas into Your Own Words and Paragraphs ...

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A summary restates ideas in your own words, but for specialized or clinical terms,
you may need to use terms that appear in the original source. For instance ...

Purdue OWL: Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

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Aug 2, 2016 ... Your own rendition of essential information and ideas expressed by someone ...
A more detailed restatement than a summary, which focuses ...

How to Summarize, Paraphrase, and Quote from Sources

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When you summarize or paraphrase, you restate in your own words the idea(s) of
another speaker or writer. When you quote, you reproduce the exact words of ...

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