This is a sophisticated video resource that will teach your middle school students important notetaking strategies for research: Cornell Notes and Charting Notes. There is easily enough content provided for this session to be divided into two blocks (possibly even three). This video lesson is aimed directly at students and uses engaging topics to teach students how to effectively use Cornell and Charting notetaking strategies. The video begins with additional engaging top content about 'Circular reporting' in order to give students motivation and a better understanding of 'why' it is important to do thorough research and use credible sources.
Use the video as a teaching aid - or simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students, pausing at certain times while your students follow on with the steps given.
ALL SLIDES shown in the video are offered as supplementary material FREE with this video. Graphic organizers are also included. In addition, links to online resources related to the topic 'should kids participate in competitive sports?' are also included.
This is a must have video for anybody who is teaching notetaking and research.
This video is the first in my two part series on NF notetaking strategies.
Simply sit back and let this video do your teaching.
This resource will prove to be a powerful addition to your teaching toolkit.