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In college, you will need to perfect multiple methods of taking notes. Here is the ultimate guide to taking notes to help you get great grades!
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Active and purposeful highlighting and annotating is an important skill that can enable greater success in being able to comprehend a text. This post explores three annotations for deeper reading and how to take reading to a deeper level during reader's workshop. This also has a dramatic effect on
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Critical reading includes 'Inspectional Reading': Reading with a focus on grasping the book as a 'whole thing'--also called 'Systematic skimming.'
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I'm a stickler about annotations. For years, I heard students lament, 'Tucker, I never remember what I read' or 'I just don't understand what is happening in this book.' In response, I began to teach students the art of annotating.
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Worksheets: How to Read Music. I guess I need to learn how to read music in order to learn how to play the piano (and the guitar.)
I feel like it is no secret that law school requires a ton of reading. It is a huge part of being a lawyer so naturally, it should be a big part of the process of becoming a lawyer. I have always been an avid reader. I was not uncommon for my middle school self to check 20-30 books at a time out from our local library because I would buzz through them so fast. My parents had to take the nightstand light out of my room because I would stay up until the wee hours of the morning reading. When…
ScreenCraft's Ken Miyamoto showcases how grade school teachings and the children's book "The Stranger" can teach screenwriters about engaging storytelling.
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Description *THIS PRODUCT IS SIMILAR TO MY CLOSE READING IN A JAR PRODUCT* Your students will love reading independently while continuing to use the close reading strategies you have taught them. They simply take a binder ring and Close Reading Tool Kit to their seat when reading a short passage. Students choose cards before/during/after reading to help with comprehension and understanding. All cards require students to highlight a word, sentence, or part of the passage to demonstrate…
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