Teachers help students to take notes more accurately and efficiently by having the class use guided notes. Guided notes are teacher-prepared handouts, or notes-templates.
Like traditional notes, guided notes summarize key concepts of lecture material. A key difference, though, is that guided notes contain gaps or blanks into which the student must write key words or phrases.
This issue of The Practical Teacher provides simple steps to implement guided notes intervention!
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