What I Have Learned
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the main ideas that form the meaning of the different text types, while eliminating
The la Summetry is important to present a brief and clear presentation of
the unnecessary details that are less important for the overall understanding.
In order to summarize, one should know the basic elements of narrative texts or
stories like 2.
as well as the basic elements of poetry or
poem which are 3.
Both narratives and poems have 4.
which refers to the
insight about life human nature and the
which is the fccling the post or writer he or she is trying to convey.
Unlike narratives, poems are written in 6.
which is a single row of
words and are grouped in 7.
In summarizing stories, it is important to be able to identify the
which refer to the people, animals, or creatures that take part in
the action of the story and 9.
that tells when and where the story
happens. The sequence of events from beginning, middle, and ending is seen in the
of the story.
characters, setting, plot, mood, and theme
stanza, line, meter, rhyme, theme, mood, and rhythm
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Raising children's attainment
There is a substantial body of research that has examined the impact of digital tools and resources on children's attainment in a range of areas. Higgins et al provide a summary of research findings from studies with experimental and quasi-experimental designs, which have been combined in meta-analyses to assess the impact of digital learning in schools. Their search identified 48 studies which synthesised empirical research of the impact of digital tools and resources on the attainment of school age learners . They found consistent but small positive associations between digital learning and educational outcomes.
For example, Harrison et al identified statistically significant findings, positively associating higher levels of ICT use with school achievement at each Key Stage in England, and in English, maths, science, modern foreign languages and design technology.