Teacher-prepared notes show students what is important and how ideas relate, and offer a model for how students should take notes themselves (Marzano et al., 2001). These notes serve as an introduction to the Progressive Era (1890-1920). These notes explain the four major goals of the Progressive Era in great detail and with visuals. These notes also help students develop analogies - a high yield strategy developed by Marzano.
These notes also come with a fill-in-the-blabk student version. I usually hand out the student version to the students and then have them copy the notes from the teacher version. This gives me time to lecture and go more in-depth with the topics as students copy and listen attentively. I usually have the students glue their notes into their interactive notebooks. Ready to print and ready to go! Enjoy!
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