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Summarization and Paraphrasing Presentation

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Ryan Normandy

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Transcript of Summarization and Paraphrasing Presentation

Summarization and Paraphrasing Presentation
Overview
- Introduction

- Three Stage Model of Interviewing

- Skills of Summarizing and Paraphrasing

- Interview transcript

- Conclusion
Three Stage Model of Interviewing
Stage 1- Exploration Stage

- Building a working relationship with client
- Learn about clients issues, concerns and problems
-Attending behavior
-Effective Questioning
-Reflecting content
-Reflecting feelings

Three Stage Model of Interviewing
Stage 3- Action Stage

-Assist client to identify an action plan for each goal
-Work with client on implementing and completeing the action plan
-Terminate the working relationship when goals are reached
Three Stage Model of Interviewing
Stage 2- Clarification Stage

-Facilitate the definition of the clients problems
-Help client prioritize problems that require further action and redefine them into attainable goals


Paraphrasing and Summarizing
Paraphrasing and Summarizing

-Reflecting content by paraphrasing and summarizing
Amber Trinidad, Eden Talbot, Ryan Normandy
BSHS 385
July 22 2014
Deborah Machold

Paraphrasing
-One statement
-Checks for understanding and encourages more detail
Summarizing
-Multiple statements
-Brings together multiple statements to identify a theme and review progress
Both help guide the interview
Paraphrasing should;
-Reflect the main idea of statement
-Be accurate and brief
-Be similar in grammatical structure to the statement
Summarizing should;
-Help organize thoughts and concerns
-Be precise and accurate
Paraphrasing and Summarizing
When to paraphrase

-When client is hesitant or feeling threatened by conversation

-To check for understanding
When to summarize

- To direct the interview when client is presenting multiple unrelated topics

-To conclude an interview

-To move fluidly from one interview into the next
Paraphrasing and Summarizing
Interview transcript
-Refer to handout
Conclusion
References
- Effective information gathering questions

- Paraphrasing

- Summarizing

- Empathy through reflection
Evans, D. (2011). Essential Interviewing : A Programmed Approach to Effective Communication. : Cengage Learning.
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