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You may use this guide to help takes notes as you complete your lessons.
Unit #_____ Lesson #_____ Lesson Title______________________________________________
_____ I have checked this lesson for lesson modifications BEFORE I started working. (Lesson modifications may be found in the black & white eraser icon at the bottom of the lesson page.)
Objectives: (These are the skills you will learn and practice in this lesson. The lesson objectives are listed on the first page of each lesson.)
Key Words: (These are important words and terms you will learn throughout the lesson. Key words will also be listed on the first page of the lesson. Important terms to remember are usually in bold print or are italicized. Write down the term AND the definition as you find it in the lesson. In English, you will also have a vocabulary list in Lesson 1 of each unit. This is usually on page 4 of Lesson 1 and will be listed under the link titled “Pathways- Vocabulary Words.” Click on the blue link and print out this list to use as you complete the lessons in that unit.)
Practice Problems: (Copy the practice problems and/or examples found on the instructions page of your lesson and/or in your textbook. This is especially important for Math and for the grammar practice in your English lessons.)
Reading Notes: (Use this section to take notes as you read the assigned pages in your textbook.)
What is the main idea(s) in this passage or selection?
What are the important supporting details that I should remember?
Who are the important people to remember in this passage?
What are the important places and/or dates to remember in this passage?
Questions: What questions do I have about this lesson to ask my teacher?
Other things to consider in each unit:
Does this unit have a Portfolio Project? If so, what is it?
(Lessons with a Portfolio Project will have this icon next to their title on your planner- )
Did I check my class message board for Portfolio instructions, rubrics, and examples?
What do I need to complete for this Portfolio and in which lessons will I submit my work?
Did I check my class message board for the Study Guide for this unit? Did I print out the Study Guide to complete as I move through the lessons in this unit? (Often teachers will allow you to submit your completed Study Guide for extra credit before you take the unit test.)