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Two-Column Notes

Two-Column Notes. T-notes provide students with the opportunity to use to
cite evidence/take notes while listening or reading.  Generally, students
divide a sheet of notebook paper in half.  While listening or reading, students
record evidence (e.g., record the evidence from the text that tells you the
author is biased) in the right column.  In the left column, students can make
inferences, ask questions, or draw pictures to clarify their evidence. See
freeology and reading lady graphic organizers (Sanda, Havens, & Maycumber,
1988).

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