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Marking the text in science

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Valerie Henderson

on 20 September 2016

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Transcript of Marking the text in science

In: Why is it important to know how to read articles containing scientific information?
Step 2: Circle key terms, cited authors & other essential words or numbers.
Things you might circle:
key concepts
science vocabulary
unit vocabulary
names of peoples, places or experiments
Step 3: Underline the author's claims & other information relevant to reading purpose.
Be sure to identify the purpose/context of the reading. Only underline items that fit into that purpose (make sure they're relevant).
Things to underline:
What else can you do?
write labels in the margins
double underline labels
Draw a vertical line along the text to isolate the text the label is referring to.
Step 1: Number the Paragraphs
Begin with the first paragraph and number each consecutive paragraph (no skipping paragraphs)

This allows your to easily cite the text and make specific references when making claims.
Marking the text in science
main ideas
Box or highlight key people
highlight their nationality, date, and name
Now, let's try it out!
An AVID Strategy
or highlight!
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