Note Taking for Middle Schoolers
Note taking is an important skill for middle schoolers to learn in order to be successful throughout their school career.
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Note taking is a skill that I find is no longer taught in actual school, but is a necessary tool to be successful in education. This is a 1/2 hour class where I will focus on the following: -what materials you need for note taking -how you should be organizing your note taking -actually writing notes vs taking notes on a computer/laptop/table: the pros and cons of both ways of note taking -why effective note taking will increase your chances of being successful with your schooling -why note...
To improve the chance at education success by being effective with note taking. Important to Know About This Class: Prior to the class I attach in the classroom an example of highlighting, and two forms of note taking. I give an overview and explanation of highlighting and note taking. However after class students should review the examples to put together everything I went over in class. I also always offer to all students to message me with questions, and/or show me examples of note taking after the class. I will give them feedback.
I have worked as a substitute teacher in the school system for a few years. I am also a mom of a 12 year old. I have realized for the last few years that while teachers do an amazing job with what they teach our school system does not often allow actual instruction on basic study skills. The further one goes in school the more they will need basic study schools to be as successful as they can be. I am so happy to have the chance to share my knowledge on study skills with so many students.
I would suggest pen/pencil and paper.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Beth B., LMSWLife Learning with Beth B.
52 total reviews
61 completed classes
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