Presenter: Charlotte Conner, M.Ed., Instructional Coordinator, St. Laurence Catholic School

Session Number: 133049

Session Title: Effective Tools for Creating Guided Notes – Grades 6 and up

Session Type: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Workshop Room: 4A

Date: February 5th, 2013 Time: 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

One of the best ways to assist students with the tedious requirement of note-taking in the secondary grades is to provide a scaffold for success!

Note-taking assistance comes in many forms:

      1. Outline Literary Elements Guided Notes

      2. Peer Notes

      3. Copies of presentation/teacher notes

      4. Graphic Organizers

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5. Guided Notes- vary with teacher, no set requirements

A. Cornell Notes-divide and conquer, teacher notes (R), recap main points (L), summary (bottom)

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B. SQ3R-self guided and used by students as they read