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We read articles and create short notes on their basis. That’s all.Bullets Tech
With a line like that as a mission statement, there’s no doubt that Bullet.tech aims to be efficient. And it is.
The creative brain/s behind the site take science news articles and put them into bullet points (see what they did there?)
An Example of a Bullets Tech Article
The articles are short, succinct and informative. They have sharing options to the relevant social pages, but most importantly there are links to the full article and source.
Bullets.Tech would prove to be a great resource for English teachers who could have students compare the original article with the bulleted article. They can then make evaluations about the relevance of the information presented.
In The Classroom
Summarising information is a key skill needed for quickly evaluating the content of an article. Bullets Tech could potentially be a favourite for comparing the original source article with the one on the site.
Alternatively, you could have students view the Bullets Tech article and rewrite what they think the original article would have been. This could develop skills such as context and background, using experts and paragraphing. The fact that each article is condensed to 5 or fewer bullet points allows this type of lesson to not be too taxing, yet sets a structure for the more proficient student to also shine.