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How to Take Good Notes. A Primer for Third Grade. Mrs. Bueschlen. The Big Questions. What is a note? What is the purpose of a note? How do I take good notes ? What are the different kinds of notes? Where can I find good notes ?. What Is a Note?. It’s short ! Pugs toy breed

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How to take good notes

How to TakeGood Notes

A Primer for Third Grade

Mrs. Bueschlen


The big questions

The Big Questions

  • What is a note?

  • What is the purpose of a note?

  • How do I take good notes?

  • What are the different kinds of notes?

  • Where can I find good notes?


What is a note

What Is a Note?

  • It’s short!

    Pugs toy breed

  • It’s new!

    (Don’t write down what you already know.)Pugs=dogs

  • It’s important! Pugs have eye diseases


What is the purpose of a note

What Is the Purpose of a Note?

  • Make sense of information

  • To learn:

Do not copy-put in YOUR words

Put information together

Connect old information to new ideas


How do i take good notes

How Do I Take Good Notes?

  • Don’t write in complete sentences.

    Ex: The two biggest rivers are the Yangtze and the Yellow Rivers biggest =Yangtze and Yellow Rivers

  • No need to write with beginning capitals or ending periods.


How to take good notes

  • Ex: Pug dogs are both black and brindle in color..pugs brindle black, color

  • The second most important habit is exercising your pug sport after feeding it twice a day most important habit feeding–, second important habit – excersizing


Keyword notes

Keyword Notes

  • Make sure the keywords are not too brief. You want to understand your notes when you reread them later.

    Ex: live in apartments(too brief) 

    live in apartments: don’t need big spaces, don’t bark much, small in size


Quoted notes

Quoted Notes

  • Sometimes it’s necessary to write down the exact text you read. Just make sure you use quotation marks to set off these direct quotes and write down who said that.

    Ex: “A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” Gandhi


Where can i find good notes

Where Can I Find Good Notes?

  • Look for TEXT FEATURES in your sources.

    • table of contents

    • index

    • headings

    • subheadings

    • photo /pictures

    • captions

    • Sidebars

    • bold words

    • The topic sentence ( claim statement) in a paragraph


Let s practice

Let’s Practice!

Together, lets try taking good notes:

Ex. More than 400 dog breedsare recognized in their countries of origin, but of these, less than half are recognized internationally for show purposes.

400 Breeds

countires of origin

used for show


Let s practice with a partner

Let’s Practice With A Partner!

  • In major western countries, there is about one dog for every ten humans. Among the most popular breeds are the German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Boxer and Pug.


Let s practice1

Let’s Practice!

  • A mongrel has three or more breeds in its ancestry. In many cases one may be known, but the rest are not. Because the temperament of a dog depends a great deal on its breed, it is not possible to predict how a mongrel puppy will turn out.

  • Crossbreeds are the product of crossing two different breeds. One example is the thepuggle, a cross between a beagle and a pug..


You try it on your own

You Try It on Your Own!

  • Go back to your research and practice taking good notes.

  • Raise your hand if you have a good note you’d like to share…


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