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Making/taking notes

Chapter 10

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Making Notes/Taking Notes Studies show students act on and remember material bette when they make/take notes.
Text annotations Different kinds of notes students can take.
Note taking procedures Helps trigger recall of information. Should be modeled and practiced.
Reading logs Aid in students organizing and synthesizing important information as they read and serves as a tool to clarify and help review.
Annotations Helps students to understand text structure,identify and analyze important concepts and communicate their understanding of those concepts.
T-notes Provide a simple way for organizing information presented and helps them understand and identify patterns in the text.
Cornell notes Used to help the student study and review and to record important information during class lectures.
Created by: kdbarc