Reflection: Routines and Procedures Note Taking - Section 1: First Reading


     There is something about colorful post-its that grab my students' attention.  Once I mentioned they get to use post-its to write notes, they were very excited and engaged.  Of course, their maturity level shows when they compare the amount of post its they have in their possession compared to that of their classmates.  So, I made the executive decision of limiting 8 post its per student when I began distributing them.  That seems to be the right amount of notes for our allotted time.

  Routines and Procedures: Post-It Note Taking
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Note Taking

Unit 3: Shared Inquiry Discussion
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: SWBAT analyze text and formulate questions relating to a story.

Big Idea: Students learn to focus on details while analyzing text.

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