B、how to summarize: 1. Frame work The topic sentence The supporting sentence1 (argument 1) The supporting sentence2 (argument 2) 2、Form the summary in your own words: Paraphrase the frame wor
k Using some phrases Using simple\paratactic\complex sentences practice 1 Students should think now about what extracurricular (课外的) activities they'd like to participate in. Participating in extracurricular activities may help you deepen your physical, creative, social, political, and career interests by bringing you into communication with other like-minded people you didn’t previously know. You can join groups as a way to get support from other students. A club or group can also be a great way to meet people who are different from you. Lots of youth programs bring people together with those who are different as a way to break down the barriers between people. Participating in extracurricular activities helps you in other ways, too. It looks good on college and job applications and shows admissions officers and employers you're well-rounded and responsible. Specific activities help with specific goals. The most basic reason for joining a club or team is that it gives you something better to do than staring at the wall, wandering the hall, or sleeping all afternoon. People who are participating are less likely to pick up bad habits, like smoking or drinking. 1. The framework the benefit of extracurricular activities Para1: develop the physical, creative, social, political, and career interests Para2: helps you in other ways Para3: pick up less bad habits 2. The summary The author (The passage) discussed the benefit of extracurricular activities including being a way to improve students’ health, widen their social circle and introduce them to new ideas and people. (30 words) 2.叙事文 I once met a middle-aged stranger who said his money had been stolen at the railway station, so he had no money to go home. He begged for help from passers-by, but they all pretended not to have heard what he was saying and went by quickly. Then he stopped me and wanted me to give him the help. At first I could not accept that because I didn‘t think he was telling the truth. But when I saw tears in his eyes, I began to believe that he might be in the real trouble, so, just immediately I gave him all the money I had. When he took the money, his face turned red. Before he left, he expressed his great thanks and also said he would give back my money when he reached home.
When I came back to school and told my classmates about my story, they held different opinions. Some of them thought that I did a good deed to have given a hand to the person in trouble, while others said that I was cheated. Some even laughed at me and called me a fool who could not judge things in the right way. Now, I am really confused! 1. The framework Paragraph 1. the writer gave all his money to a stranger with tears in his eyes who said he money was stolen Paragraph 2. the writer felt confused for what his classmates commented on. 2. summary The writer said that he once gave all his money to a stranger who said his money was stolen. His classmates held different opinions for what he had done, so he felt puzzled.(33 words)
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