When you add the visual element to note taking (sketch, doodle, color) you increase the understanding and analysis of students with many different learning styles. We interpret information in so many different ways, and our students do as well. My note taking page allows for the visual element without the stress of students drawing. With this note taking page, they may categorize information in a non-linear pattern and add color, but they are not worried about drawing the perfect picture.
They will examine the textual evidence for characterization, plot, setting,dramatic irony, and theme.
I've included a full size page and a printable half size copy for interactive notebooks.
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Here are my other Poe Lessons:
The Raven 11 constructed responses
cask of amontillado word wall
Edgar A. Poe Literacy Stations
Edgar A. Poe Coloring Pages
The Oval Portrait Short Story Unit
The Tell Tale Heart Short Story Unit
Poe Common Core Cootie Catcher Game
The Cask of Amontillado CSI
Animal Farm Novel Stations
Bundle of 5 learning Stations
Greek Mythology Stations
Night Novel Learning Stations
To Kill a Mockingbird Novel Stations
The Princess Bride Novel Stations
Shakespeare Learning Stations
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