Saturday, March 17, 2012

Nonfiction Note Taking

Hi everyone! This is Lynda from Curls and a Smile!

We have been taking a close look at nonfiction text and all the wonderful ways to take information from what we read to build our understanding of the world around us. The students are in L.O.V.E. with reading these exciting and interesting text and as we know good readers build strong writers! So, here is a great way to gather information as they read and develop their brainstorming and note taking techniques and prepare to write all of their favorite topics!!


The students conducted their own research using a variety of nonfiction texts that go along with what they read in their reading series and science textbooks.

Come by

to find out more about how I use these books in my writing instruction and grab an additional freebie!!

3 comments:

Lori Rosenberg said...

Love it! Thanks so much!

Lori
Teaching With Love and Laughter

Ms. Morgart said...

I am so glad that you like it! :)

Evan Raymonds said...

Meetings provide an opportunity to discuss important issues of a situation and, the discussions of the meeting, issues discussed, and the decisions are noted in writing in the meeting note. It is always good to have a written record of everything that you have discussed in the meeting. However taking notes everytime you goto meeting without a proper format is hard. Therefore usage of a Meeting Note Template could come handy.

Blogging tips