Do your students need support with taking effective notes while reading in the content areas? Do they struggle with Cornell notes? Are they visual learners? Are you looking for ways to incorporate non-fiction texts into your English classes?
This template can be printed and used with any history/social science or science textbook/ebook.
Separate sections are included for objectives/main idea (to set a purpose for reading), key terms, key people, key dates/events, key ideas, key text features, and summary writing. This format will help students organize what they have learned and includes spaces and prompts for students to draw/sketch – a key memory strategy for visual learners.
This product now also includes 2-pages packed full of tips and tricks for students: "How to Take Notes From a Text" and "How to Take Notes From a Lecture." These pages are a great reference for new note-takers and for students who need to take their note-taking to the next level.
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