Reflection: Student Grouping Notes for Deeper Thinking - Section 2: Notetaking


When I call out numbers and rarely alternate how I call the numbers. I go in order to help my students plan for their section. Students who are nervous can figure out what section they might be responsible for and feel more prepared. This can keep some of the anxiety out of the activity. It also makes it easy to keep track of for you. In this lesson, I just kept reading until every number had four notes written. 

  Order of Numbers
  Student Grouping: Order of Numbers
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Notes for Deeper Thinking

Unit 13: Preparing for Research and Note Taking
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT to discuss more difficult questions that relate to the Age of Exploration using their notes.

Big Idea: Students don't realize that there are different types of questions. This lesson shows them the difference and allows them to practice answering both.

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English / Language Arts, questioning strategy, Age of Exploration, note taking
  40 minutes
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