ADHD and Executive Function Skills for Success: Study Skills- Annotation Teen
In this one-time class teens will learn how to use annotation as a study skill for improving working memory and taking notes. They will practice annotating an interesting or fun article, then do a Kahoot! Review.
Bridget Smith M.Ed.
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In this one time class teens will learn and practice annotation, a simple way to improve working memory by highlighting and reflecting upon key elements of written material so that it can be better understood and reviewed. Students can access the information more easily when reviewing for assessments. It also allows students to find references that they can use as evidence when working on projects, essays, and reports. Annotation, a key tool for academic success, requires students to...
Teens will have the opportunity to try out the study skill of annotation to evaluate if it would be useful to them in an academic setting.
Bridget Smith is a teacher and parent with ADHD. Her focus on Outschool is supporting students with ADHD, other neurodiverse learners, and students with learning differences. She has taught over 2000 learners with ADHD and executive function challenges here on Outschool. She is a credentialed teacher who has taught preschoolers through adult learners. Bridget is credentialed by the State of California to teach K-12 Students. As a teacher who has worked with middle school and high school learners as well as the mom of two teens, Bridget enjoys working with this age group here on Outschool.
A one page guide to annotation will be provided before class starts. A PDF of a reading passage that we will refer to in class will also be provided. Students are encouraged to bring colored pens, pencils, or highlighters that they can use to annotate text.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students are invited to share their learning challenges, so topics like ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning differences may come up in student sharing. This class is not intended to provide counseling, just provide a safe supportive environment for learners with ADHD and other learner differences to develop executive function and study skills
The articles and passages shared in class will most likely be instructor developed, but could be from general news and science information related sources. The annotation strategies were developed based on a blog post by Keys to Literacy. Reference to the original post will be included in the handout so parents can use this resource directly if they wish. We use the Kahoot! website and app for review.
Bridget Smith M.Ed.
Educator, Writer, Traveler, and Mom to Kids with Learning Differences
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
661 total reviews
913 completed classes
I love being part of the Outschool learning community! I offer courses for kids with learning differences as well as book studies, note taking, and writing classes that are accessible to all learners. I specialize in supporting kids and...