Strengthen the Organization of Nonfiction Notebooks

Strengthen the Organization of Nonfiction Notebooks

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As you teach any content-area unit, you are guiding students through the research and study of a particular topic or concept. Students acquire deeper understanding of a topic through reading, discussions, videos, experiences, projects, etc. That said, teachers often ask students to record different information within nonfiction notebooks (e.g., identify key information, write a reflection, demonstrate understanding, etc.).


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About this Video

As you teach any content-area unit, you are guiding students through the research and study of a particular topic or concept. Students acquire deeper understanding of a topic through reading, discussions, videos, experiences, projects, etc. That said, teachers often ask students to record different information within nonfiction notebooks (e.g., identify key information, write a reflection, demonstrate understanding, etc.).


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Questions: Contact webPD | 1-888-376-0448