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Getting Information from an Informational Text. Think, ink, pair, share. When you give students an informational text, how do you want them to get information from it? What information do you want them to identify?. Why is explicit and consistent teaching of analyzing informational

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Getting Informationfrom an Informational Text


Think, ink, pair, share

  • When you give students an informational text, how do you want them to get information from it?

  • What information do you want them to identify?


  • Why is explicit and consistent

  • teaching of analyzing informational

  • text important?


  • SQUASH

  • NHCS Note Taking


SQUASH It

Scan

Question Marks

Underline Important Information

Annotate

Summarize

Highlight


Scan

  • SCAN the text for headings, sub-

  • headings, graphics, captions,

  • bolded or italicized words.


Question Marks

  • Write QUESTION MARKS next to

  • sections of the reading that are

  • confusing or unclear.


UNDERLINE

  • UNDERLINE important information

  • from the text.


Annotate

  • Write margin notes that summarize

  • and/or clarify the important

  • information from paragraphs or

  • sections.


Summarize

  • Write a one sentence SUMMARY

  • that captures the main idea of the

  • piece.


HIGHlight

  • Don‘t forget to HIGHLIGHT or

  • circle content specific vocabulary.


The statue of liberty


  • Let’s Practice!


  • Let’s take a 5 minute

  • &

  • Break


Main Ideas

Details

Summary

NHCS Note Taking


NHCS - Note Taking Form


NHCS - Note Taking Forms

  • Can I modify them?

  • What does this look like for my subject area?

  • Will I get a chance to practice?


Practice NHCS Notes

  • Directions:

  • Read the article by sections

  • Debate the main idea/s

  • Decide which details support the main idea/s

  • Scribe the agreed upon notes on the flip chart paper

  • Share notes and thoughts with groups


Debrief

  • - What thoughts do you have about the process?

  • - How did it help you access & or store the text?

  • - What do you notice about the different groups’ notes?

  • - What insights do you have about teaching note taking to children?


  • How Do We Teach It?


  • How Do We Grade It?


SQUASH rubric

  • Summary _____________________________________________ ______________________________________________________


NHCS NOTE TAKING RUBRIC


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