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    Note taking Note taking Presentation Transcript

    • What’s so Simple about Note-Taking?
    • Let’s Start with the Paper Set-Up
      • Draw Lines
      • Heading at Top-Right Corner
      • Source at Top-Left Corner
      • Title of Notes on Top Line
    • Paper Set-Up: Draw Lines
      • 6-6-12
      • Count 6 spaces from the top & draw a line across the page.
      • Count 6 spaces from the bottom & draw a line across the page.
      • Count 12 spaces from the left & draw a line from top to bottom of the page.
    • Paper Set-Up: Draw Lines
      • 6-6-12
      • Count 6 spaces from the top & draw a line across the page.
      • Count 6 spaces from the bottom & draw a line across the page.
      • Count 12 spaces from the left & draw a line from top to bottom of the page.
    • Paper Set-Up: Heading
      • In the top-right corner, write:
      • Your Name
      • Block
      • Date
    • Paper Set-Up: Source
      • In the top-left corner, write:
      • Title of the Source (book)
      • Page number(s)
    • Paper Set-Up: Title
      • On the top line (that you drew), write:
      • The Title for your Notes
    • READ!
    • Simple Note-Taking
      • After Reading:
      • 1. Draw Pictures of Important Ideas
      • 2. Label the Pictures
      • 3. Write a paragraph (in your own words)
    • Note-Taking: Pictures
      • Draw pictures of Important Ideas
      • (from the reading)
    • Note-Taking: Labels
      • Label the Pictures
      • (and any important parts of the pictures)
    • Note-Taking: Paragraph
      • Write a paragraph (in your own words) about Important Ideas from the reading selection
    • Let’s Try it Together!
    • Let’s Start with the Paper Set-Up
      • Draw Lines
      • Heading at Top-Right Corner
      • Source at Top-Left Corner
      • Title of Notes on Top Line
    • Let’s Start with the Paper Set-Up
    • READ!
    • Let’s Take Notes!
    • How Did We Do?
    • Now Try It on Your Own! Starting Science Pg 66 Pond Weed Cell
    • Now Try It on Your Own!
      • Paper Set-Up
      • STOP! READ!
      • Simple Note-Taking
      • Draw Pictures of Important Ideas
      • Label the Pictures
      • Write a paragraph (in your own words)
    • Note-Taking in the Lab
    • Note-Taking in the Lab
      • Paper Set-Up
      • Look at specimens under microscope
      • Draw Pictures of what you see
      • Label the Pictures
      • Write a Paragraph: Observations & Comments
    • Note-Taking in the Lab
      • Write a Paragraph: Observations & Comments
      • What do you see?
      • What did you do?
      • How is it similar to what you expected?
      • How is it different from what you expected?
      • What did you learn from this activity?
    • Note-Taking in the Lab: Paragraph
      • (example sentences)
      • What do you see?
      • The cells are so small that I can’t see any details.
      • It’s difficult to see the ____ because ____.
      • What did you do?
      • I tried to focus on the _____ but it was too small to see.
    • Note-Taking in the Lab: Paragraph
      • (example sentences)
      • How is it similar to what you expected?
      • I see the same cell parts that we saw in the textbook. I can see the _____.
      • How is it different from what you expected?
      • What I see under the microscope is different from what we saw in the textbook. The parts that look different are ____.
    • Note-Taking in the Lab: Paragraph
      • (example sentences)
      • What did you learn from this activity?
      • Sometimes, you can’t see chloroplasts in a plant cell under the microscope because _____.
      • Staining the specimen with iodine makes it easier to see the ______ because _____.