Even as a high school teacher, providing guided notes to my students is always something I have done. I do NOT remember that being a tool I was given as a student, and I never thought I would like or appreciate giving students that type of scaffolding as a teacher, but it has been something I've done since day ONE of teaching.
When I first started, I probably couldn't even tell you why I did - it was probably a control thing. I wanted to control exactly what they got out of the slides I worked so hard to create. But as I progressed in my career I realized students appreciated these notes, and not just students who truly needed the accommodation, but almost all students.
Students appreciated the structure of guided notes because,