Event Title

Writing Body Paragraphs for Literature Analysis Prompts

Presenter Information

Sue Nelligan, Cary-Grove High School

Location

Virtual

Start Date

2-12-2021

End Date

3-31-2021

Description

Annotating is done when we read anything and want to try to learn or remember the material. In the case of annotating a model, it allows students to use the whole brain (part used in the reading and processing of material, the other part of brain to write and make meaning). (Harris, Wolfe). When we provide models for our students, it helps the learners visualize what their own product should look like. This helps prevent some frustration and allows for clarity. (Hastan). This presentation will demonstrate effective annotations as a way to foster good writing and peer review.

Target Audience: 4-12 Teachers across content areas.

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Writing Body Paragraphs for Literature Analysis Prompts

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Annotating is done when we read anything and want to try to learn or remember the material. In the case of annotating a model, it allows students to use the whole brain (part used in the reading and processing of material, the other part of brain to write and make meaning). (Harris, Wolfe). When we provide models for our students, it helps the learners visualize what their own product should look like. This helps prevent some frustration and allows for clarity. (Hastan). This presentation will demonstrate effective annotations as a way to foster good writing and peer review.

Target Audience: 4-12 Teachers across content areas.

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