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Note-Taking for Subjective Testing

A great lesson plan on note-taking skill development and subjective testing was submitted by Mary Jean Lowry Bivins. Mary gives some great ideas on how to have your class take notes and how to incorporate these notes into your tests and quizzes. And she discusses the importance of giving subjective tests so that all students' needs are met. This kind of testing enables them to get partial credit for what they do know.

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