Reflection: Modeling Women Firefighters Lead the Way to Writing a Summary - Section 3: Time to Write


So about the editing…there’s nothing they enjoy more than pointing out my mistakes – a word misspelled here, another missed there. Well, as they say, it takes a village, or in this case a classroom to get it right. Whatever you do, do not let on that sometimes these mistakes are made on purpose for the sake of demonstration!

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Women Firefighters Lead the Way to Writing a Summary

Unit 3: Nonfiction Part I
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: Identify the main ideas and supporting details in a nonfiction article. Write a well-organized summary.

Big Idea: America’s female firefighters have worked long and hard to be accepted into this traditionally male profession. Write a summary that briefly expresses the main ideas in an article on this topic.

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