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Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text

Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Stop and Jot - Tips for Jotting Notes from NonFiction Text
Product Description
This lesson provides an easy to understand introduction to students learning how to jot notes and use sticky notes for notations. It gives them clear examples of the kinds of things they should look for when reading nonfiction text. How many times have you seen your students either write down everything they read or not know where to start with jotting notes because they are not sure what is important. This lesson helps to clarify the types of things that are important when reading nonfiction text. This can be used as a lesson with the whole class or in a small group that provides more concentrated intervention. Created for grades 2-5. Created with Smart Notebook 11.
Total Pages
20 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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