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Reading demonstration/tutorial explaining how to make a topic sentence for a paragraph that doesn't have one, in order to identify the main idea. This is often called identifying the "implied" main idea. I call it "DIY" or do-it-yourself main idea. This is a study reading or active reading technique to improve reading comprehension.
Material Type: Presentation
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Date Added to MERLOT: October 12, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 14, 2012
Submitter: Alice Warner
Keywords: tutorial, finding the implied main idea, study reading, implied main idea, active reading, reading comprehension, creating a topic sentence

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