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Note taking skills

Note-Taking Skills

Step 1:

Finding important information using colors.


Note taking skills

Example:

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Go green what is the main idea or topic

Go! - GreenWhat is the main idea or topic?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Yellow s low down what is your first key point

– Yellow (slow down)What is your first key point?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Stop red dashes and dots what are the supporting details e s for the key idea

Stop! – Red(dashes and dots)What are the supporting details (e’s) for the key idea?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes.The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Yellow s low down what is your next key point

– Yellow (slow down)What is your next key point?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Stop red dashes and dots what are the supporting details e s for the key idea1

Stop! – Red(dashes and dots)What are the supporting details (e’s) for the key idea?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Yellow s low down what is your next key point1

– Yellow (slow down)What is your next key point?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Stop red dashes and dots what are the supporting details e s for the key idea2

Stop! – Red(dashes and dots)What are the supporting details (e’s) for the key idea?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Yellow s low down what is your next key point2

– Yellow (slow down)What is your next key point?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Stop red dashes and dots what are the supporting details e s for the key idea3

Stop! – Red(dashes and dots)What are the supporting details (e’s) for the key idea?


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Go back green what is the conclusion the conclusion will restate the main idea

Go Back – GreenWhat is the conclusion?The conclusion will restate the main idea.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


Note taking skills

The world is filled with bugs, and some of them are quite helpful. One helpful bug is the spider. Spiders like the friendly garden spider eat other insects. A garden spider will eat pesky mosquitoes. The lady bug is also a friend. She eats aphids, little insects that kill plants. It is easy to spot a lady bug because many of them are bright red with black dots on the back. A third helpful insect is the praying mantis. Mantises eat Japanese beetles that can destroy roses. The mantis is not harmful to people, but with its legs it will grab the beetle and destroy it. Some of the most helpful bugs are the ones who pollinate flowers. Bees and moths are pollinators. They carry pollen from one plant to another. In fact, our planet needs all of these small, helpful creatures.


What next

What Next?

Step 2:

Making a T-chart (2-column notes)


1 make your t

1. Make your T


2 add your topic

2. Add your topic

T = Helpful Insects


3 add your first star

3. Add your first star

T = Helpful Insects

  • Spiders


4 add your supporting details

4. Add your supporting details

T = Helpful Insects

  • Spiders

  • Eat other insects

    • Garden spiders eat pesky mosquitoes


5 add your next star

5. Add your next star

T = Helpful Insects

  • Spiders

  • Lady Bugs

  • Eat other insects

    • Garden spiders eat pesky mosquitoes


6 add your supporting details

6. Add your supporting details

T = Helpful Insects

  • Spiders

  • Lady Bugs

  • Eat other insects

    • Garden spiders eat pesky mosquitoes

  • Eat aphids

    • Aphids kill plants

  • Easy to spot

    • Many are bright red with black spots on back


7 add your next star

7. Add your next star

T = Helpful Insects

  • Lady Bugs

  • Praying Mantises

  • Eat aphids

    • Aphids kill plants

  • Easy to spot

    • Many are bright red with black spots on back


8 add your supporting details

8. Add your supporting details

T = Helpful Insects

  • Lady Bugs

  • Praying Mantises

  • Eat aphids

    • Aphids kill plants

  • Easy to spot

    • Many are bright red with black spots on back

  • Eat Japanese beetles

    • Japanese beetles destroy roses

    • Mantis grabs the beetle with its legs

  • Not harmful to humans


9 add your next star

9. Add your next star

T = Helpful Insects

  • Praying Mantises

  • Pollinators

  • Eat Japanese beetles

    • Japanese beetles destroy roses

    • Mantis grabs the beetle with its legs

  • Not harmful to humans


10 add your supporting details

10. Add your supporting details

T = Helpful Insects

  • Praying Mantises

  • Pollinators

  • Eat Japanese beetles

    • Japanese beetles destroy roses

    • Mantis grabs the beetle with its legs

  • Not harmful to humans

  • Some of the most helpful

  • Include bees and moths

  • Carry pollen from one plant to another


Note taking skills

All Done!Easy Shmeasy!(Mrs. Birnell might give you extra credit for telling her what register of language the above two statements are in!)


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