Table of Contents

  1. Summarising: Introduction
    1. Initial Problem
    2. The text
    3. Passage
    4. Summary 1
    5. Summary 2
    6. Summary 3
    7. Log Entry 1
  2. Summarising
    1. What you will learn in this Topic
  3. Features of a summary
    1. Task 1: Features of a summary
    2. Task 1: Questions 1 - 3
    3. Task 1: Questions 4-6
  4. Making a heading
    1. Task 2: Making a heading
    2. Task 2: Text One
    3. Task 2: Text Two
    4. Task 2: Text Three
    5. Task 2: Text Four
    6. Task 2: Text Five
    7. Task 3: Concrete/abstract language
  5. Cutting out the detail and examples
    1. Task 4: Cutting out concrete details and examples
    2. Task 4: Text One
    3. Task 4: Text Two
    4. Task 4: Text Three
    5. Task 4: Text Five
    6. Task 4: Text Six
  6. Finding your own words
    1. Task 5: Finding your own words (i)
    2. Task 5: Questions
    3. Task 6: Finding your own words (ii)
    4. Task 7: Changing the word-order and combining sentences
  7. Making your own summaries
    1. Where are you in now
    2. Log Entry 2
    3. Log Entry 3
    4. Log Entry 4
    5. Log Entry 5
  8. Using factors
    1. Task 8: Using factors (i)
    2. Task 9: Using factors (ii)
    3. Task 10: Using factors (iii)
  9. Using summary as a learning tool
    1. Task 11: Using summaries (i)
    2. Task 12: Using summaries (ii)
    3. Task 13: Using summaries (iii)
  10. Summarising in examination questions
    1. Task 14: Exam questions
    2. Examination Questions 1, 2 & 3
    3. Examination Questions 4 & 5
  11. Initial problem revisited
    1. Log Entry 6
  12. Journal Entry: Application Task
    1. Where you are now
    2. Journal