Notability

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Notability by Mind Map: Notability

1. Helpful Tools and Uses

1.1. Interactive

1.1.1. Students can write, type, highlight on any PDF document.

1.1.2. Students can pull documents from the web

1.1.3. Students can cut and move parts of the document around.

1.1.4. Students can quickly send/share documents.

1.1.4.1. Additional link

1.2. Video/Audio

1.3. Organization

1.4. AirPlay

1.5. Gradual Release of Responsibility

1.5.1. I do

1.5.1.1. Teacher modeling

1.5.1.2. AirPlay

1.5.2. You do

1.5.2.1. Individual marking up the text

1.5.2.2. Identifying key aspects of your own writing (thesis, evidence, analysis)

1.5.3. We do

1.5.3.1. AirPlay-while students are simultaneously reading/marking up the text

1.5.3.2. Group work-collaborative reading

1.5.3.3. Peer editing

1.6. AVID Strategies

1.6.1. Marking up the text

1.6.2. Writing in the margins

2. Learning Goals

2.1. Comprehension

2.2. Creation

2.2.1. Research

2.2.2. Writing

2.3. Transfer of knowledge

3. 9th Grade Language Arts

3.1. ELA Standards

3.1.1. 9-10.RL.1.A

3.1.2. 9-10.RL.2.A

3.1.3. 9-10.RL.3.D

3.1.4. 9-10.RI.1.A

3.1.5. 9-10.RI.1.D

3.1.6. 9-10.RI.3.D

3.1.7. 9-10.W.3.A

4. Learning Activities

4.1. Whole Class

4.1.1. Students follow along and markup the text as instructor reads/discusses

4.1.2. Collaborative mind mapping

4.1.3. Review before exam

4.2. Groups

4.2.1. Small group reading

4.2.2. Peer editing

4.3. Individual

4.3.1. Reading assignments

4.3.2. Use for note-taking

4.3.3. Organization

4.3.3.1. Folders and subfolders

4.3.3.2. Executive functioning skill

5. Teacher Roles

5.1. Instructor

5.1.1. Model marking up a text for students

5.1.2. Use screenshots of student work as examples

5.1.3. AirPlay

5.2. Assessor

5.2.1. Give feedback

5.2.2. Assess student understanding

5.3. Diagnostician

6. Learning Assessments

6.1. Formative or Summative

6.2. Formative