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Annotating

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Erik Evans

on 16 November 2017

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Transcript of Annotating

READING NOTES
WHAT IS
ANNOTATING?
Annotating
is the act of making a
note
or
comment
on a piece of
text
that you are reading so that the reader better
understands
what the
text
is trying to
explain
to them!
Annotating
is have a
conversation
with the
text
as you
read
it!
HOW DO I ANNOTATE WHEN I READ?
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF ANNOTATION?
Word choice -

Taking
annotations
on interesting or unfamiliar
words
or
phrases
in the text!
Question -
Leaving behind
questions
that you had as you read the text!
Summary -

Chunking
and
jotting
brief
summaries
throughout the text as you read!
Response
-
Leaving notes about your personal
thoughts
and
feelings
on the topic of the text!
WHAT ARE SOME ANNOTATING TIPS?
Jot down as many
responses
as you think will be
helpful
when trying to
remember
the text!
Don't go
crazy
with the
annotations
! You don't have annotate
every
line of the text, just the
important
stuff!
It's okay to
read
the text once, then
skim
back through and leave
annotations
!
Keep
sticky notes
or
notebook paper
nearby as you
annotate
!
WHAT IS
AN ANNOTATION?
An
annotation
is a
note
or
comment
added to a piece of
text
by the
reader
!
WHY SHOULD I ANNOTATE AS I READ?
Annotating
a text allows you to better
understand
what you're reading! It allows you to find the important
messages
in the text, and make
connections
to other things that you have read, seen, or
experienced
!
If we take
annotations
as we read, the notes will help us
stop
and
think
about what we already
know
, what we don't
know
, and what might
happen
next!
ANNOTATING
Don't be
afraid
to
mark
up your text! Sharpen your
pencil
and get to work!
Write down the
questions
you
ask
yourself as you read!
Make
connections
about the
text
to things in your own
life
! Think about what the
subject
of the text
reminds
you of! Is it a
personal

experience
that you had? A
movie
that you've seen? Another
text
that you've read?
Circle
,
underline
, or
highlight

interesting
or
unfamiliar

words
in the text!
Write down
your
reactions
to what you're reading! Are you
shocked
about something that happened in the text? Write down your
reaction
and explain
why
!
Write down your
personal

thoughts
and
feelings
about what's happening in the
text
!
Leave
short

summaries
behind in each
page
or
section
of the text!
Make
predictions
about what might happen
later
in the text!
Take
notes
about big
ideas
or
themes
in the text!
SO WHAT IS ANNOTATING?
WHY SHOULD WE ANNOTATE?
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