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Conduction Guided Notes

PDF, Google Slides | 6 pages|Grade: 6

A set of guided notes to use when teaching about conduction.

Use this resource when teaching your students about conduction.

What are Guided Notes?

Guided notes are teacher-prepared handouts that provide students with the information being presented in class, but leave blank spaces for students to fill in key facts, concepts, and definitions. During the lecture or while reviewing assigned readings in class, students will follow along and fill in the blanks. In the end, you may want to show a completed version for your students to check their work.

Why Use Guided Notes in Class?

Guided notes promote active engagement from your students while you are up teaching a concept or during independent reading. They not only show your students the most important information covered, but they also provide a wonderful set of accurate notes for your students to use as a study guide at the end of the unit.

Use the drop-down menu to choose between the PDF or Google slides version. An answer key is included in the download.


This resource was created by Gaby Perez, a teacher in Texas and a Teach Starter Collaborator.

This set of guided notes is meant to be used in conjunction with our What Is Conduction? PowerPoint Presentation. Click on the link below to download it today!

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