Writing outline and summarize an article .

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In Men's and women's in the united states `Talk, the author Uses Deborah Tanners ideas.

Those are examples=

To contrast how man and women's talk and think .

To inform

To explain

To argue

To contrast

To compare

I have attached 3 documents that describe how it's will grades goes. and the article that you need to summarize.and an example for the outline.

the article should have:

1- Authors purpose statement

2- main idea for the article.

3 - main idea for 2 nd section Major details =. Major Idea.

5 - restate the main idea of the article .

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Name: _____________________________________________ (Comparison OR Contrast Outline) _______________________________ Thesis Statement: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Body Paragraph 1 Main Idea: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Details: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Body Paragraph 2 Main Idea: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Details: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Conclusion: 1. Restate main ideas: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. End with your suggestion, opinion, or prediction: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Name: _____________________________________________ (Comparison OR Contrast Outline) _______________________________ Thesis Statement: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Body Paragraph 1 Main Idea: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Details: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Body Paragraph 2 Main Idea: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Details: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Conclusion: 1. Restate main ideas: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. End with your suggestion, opinion, or prediction: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION AROUND THE WORLD Summary Outline Paragraphs 2, 3, & 4 Paragraph 2: Main Idea: Primary school and pre-school are the beginning of education in most countries. Details: Primary school – 1. begins when children are 5 / lasts for 6-9 years 2. usually free / generally compulsory 3. Instruction includes reading, writing, math, and history. Preschool – 1. in some parts of the world / for children younger than 5 • Examples: Japan and Czech Republic 2. Growing in popularity – Europe, N. America, & Japan • Why? Parents who work can’t care for their children at home AND • parents believe preschool gives their children an advantage. Paragraph 3: Main Idea: Many countries determine students’ secondary schools based on their abilities. Details: 1. Secondary school - lasts 3 – 6 years / begins at age 12 2. Scores on national tests determine student placement: • Examples: Germany and Hungary • High test scores = attend secondary schools that emphasize academic subjects - Math, science, literature • Lower test scores = attend secondary schools that emphasize practical / technical skills - Computer technology, car repair, hotel management 3. Some nations have stopped separating students in this way / now educate all students together. Paragraph 4: Main Idea: There are several reasons that not all students have the chance to get a university education. Details: 1. The entrance test for universities can be very difficult in some countries = only a few students pass. • Example – China’s gaokao test 1) Every high school student takes the test / only 1 chance to pass each year 2) 2007 – 10 million Chinese students took the exam /40% failed 2. Elsewhere there aren’t enough places in colleges and universities. • Example – 2007 in Hong Kong 1) Only 18% of 18-year-olds were able to find a place in local universities. 3. Finally, the cost may be very high. • Example – U.S. – average cost for four-year degree = about $21,000/year SUMMARY: Not every student has a chance to go to a university for several reasons. First, many students cannot pass the difficult entrance examinations. Additionally, the universities may not have enough places for all the students who want to attend. Another reason is that some students may not be able to afford the expense of attending the university. These are three reasons that students may not be able to go to a university in some countries. From: Interactions by Pamela Harmann and James Mentel Men’s Talk and Women’s Talk in the United States Marriage and love are often complicated. Sometimes even friendship between a man and a woman is not easy because even though a man and a woman may love or like each other, they argue when they get angry. Later they might apologize, but it happens again and again. What’s the problem? Are men and women really very different? Deborah Tannen believes that men and women are indeed very different. Tannen, who teaches at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., writes books about the ways people talk. She believes that men and women talk – and think – in different ways. In her book, You Just Don’t Understand, she writes about some of these differences. The differences, Tannen says, begin when men and women are children. When they are young, boys and girls are similar to each other. In other words, they like many of the same things and play in the same ways. They aren’t very different, but as they grow up, they change. When children in the United States are five or six years old, boys usually play in large groups. One boy acts as the leader and gives orders such as, “Take this,” “Go over there,” and “Be on this team.” Boys also brag, saying good things about themselves so they will have a high position in the hierarchy, or the system from low to high. Boys use this kind of talk because position in the group is important to them. In contrast, girls in the United States usually play in small groups or with a best friend. Girls don’t often give orders; instead, they give suggestions. For example, they say, “Let’s go over there,” “Maybe we should do this,” and “Do you want to play with that?” Furthermore, girls usually don’t have a leader, and they don’t often brag so that everyone has an equal position. Boys and girls play in different ways, too. Much of the time, little girls sit together and talk. They have conversations. On the other hand, little boys are usually active: they do things. When children grow up, nothing really changes. Many people believe that women talk more than men do. According to Deborah Tannen, this isn’t exactly true. She says women talk more than men only in private situations – at home, with family, or with a few friends. However, in public situations – in other words, in a big group or at work, men talk more. Tannen also says that men and women often talk for different reasons. Men talk to give or get information and to get or keep a high position among men. But for women, people and feelings are more important. Women often talk to socialize and show interest and love, and they also talk to keep their close relationships with friends and family. Although a man and a woman might speak the same language, sometimes they don’t understand each other. Men’s talk and women’s talk are almost two different languages, but they may be able learn to understand each other if they understand the differences in speech. From: Interactions by Pamela Harmann and James Mentel Name: _____________________________________________ (Comparison OR Contrast Outline) _______________________________ Thesis Statement: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Body Paragraph 1 Main Idea: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Details: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Body Paragraph 2 Main Idea: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ Details: ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Conclusion: 1. Restate main ideas: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. End with your suggestion, opinion, or prediction: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ...
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