'Clarify Summary Versus Synthesis'
Synthesizing is often loosely defined as thinking beyond the text or having an aha. Although these are accurate explanations, many question how a synthesis differs from a summary or inference.
It's not an either/or situation.
There are several ways that readers infer--or think--about text:
- They can think in main ideas and most important information.
- They can visualize by thinking in pictures.
- They can think with predictions, questions, connections, and/or syntheses.
All of these thoughts are types of...
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