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  1. Cornell Notes How to take notes like a 21 year-old

  2. Disclaimer • Directions are the way I tell you how to be successful. • I expect you to ask questions if you do not understand my directions. • If you follow my directions, you will earn an “A” in the class.

  3. Cornell Notes • You will be taking notes on this presentation • You are responsible for knowing all the information presented • You will be tested on this information

  4. Cornell Notes (format) • Without tearing out the holes, take out a clean sheet of paper. • Format the paper for Cornell Notes (see right)

  5. Cornell Notes (heading) • Write a proper heading at the top of your paper on the right hand side. • Your first and last name should be at the top; both should be on the same line • The date should be under your name, written without any abbreviations (for example-February 7, 2007) • The period should be under the date, written without any abbreviations

  6. Cornell Notes (heading) John Doe

  7. Cornell Notes (heading) • Write a proper heading at the top of your paper on the right hand side. • Your first and last name should be at the top; both should be on the same line • The date should be under your name, written without any abbreviations (for example-February 7, 2007) • The period should be under the date, written without any abbreviations

  8. Cornell Notes (heading) John Doe February 7, 2007

  9. Cornell Notes (heading) • Write a proper heading at the top of your paper on the right hand side. • Your first and last name should be at the top; both should be on the same line • The date should be under your name, written without any abbreviations (for example-February 7, 2007) • The period should be under the date, written without any abbreviations

  10. Cornell Notes (heading) John Doe February 7, 2007 Period 1

  11. Cornell Notes (Title) • Above the first line on your paper, in the center, write “Cornell Notes Example” • This is your title. Underline it.

  12. Cornell Notes (Title) John Doe February 7, 2007 Period 1 Cornell Notes Example

  13. What to Write • When taking notes, only include information that you don’t already know • Write down facts such as numbers and locations • Write down rules • Write down cause and effect

  14. What to Write

  15. What to Write

  16. What to Write • When taking notes, only include information that you don’t already know • Write down facts such as numbers and locations • Write down rules • Write down cause and effect

  17. What to Write

  18. What to Write • When taking notes, only include information that you don’t already know • Write down facts such as numbers and locations • Write down rules • Write down cause and effect

  19. What to Write

  20. What to Write • When taking notes, only include information that you don’t already know • Write down facts such as numbers and locations • Write down rules • Write down cause and effect

  21. What to Write

  22. If You Don’t “Get It” You don’t understand!

  23. Quiz Question #1: What are the three types of information you should write in your notes?

  24. Quiz Question #1: What are the three types of information you should write in your notes? Answer: Facts you don’t already know

  25. Quiz Question #1: What are the three types of information you should write in your notes? Answer: Rules

  26. Quiz Question #1: What are the three types of information you should write in your notes? Answer: Cause and effect

  27. Back to Your Notes • Look at your Cornell Notes • There are three sections (left, right, bottom) • Statements you should know go on the right • Questions that could be on a test go on the left • A summary of the information goes on the bottom

  28. Cornell Notes (format) Left Right Bottom

  29. Back to Your Notes • Look at your Cornell Notes • There are three sections (left, right, bottom) • Statements you should know go on the right • Questions that could be on a test go on the left • A summary of the information goes on the bottom

  30. Cornell Notes (Title) John Doe February 7, 2007 Period 1 Cornell Notes Example When you take Cornell Notes, you should write the information you want to remember over here on the right side of the paper Example

  31. Back to Your Notes • Look at your Cornell Notes • There are three sections (left, right, bottom) • Statements you should know go on the right • Questions that could be on a test go on the left • A summary of the information goes on the bottom

  32. Cornell Notes (Title) John Doe February 7, 2007 Period 1 Computer Skills Intro Where do you write questions that could be on a test? When you take Cornell Notes, you should write the information you want to remember over here on the right side of the paper Example

  33. Back to Your Notes • Look at your Cornell Notes • There are three sections (left, right, bottom) • Statements you should know go on the right • Questions that could be on a test go on the left • A summary of the information goes on the bottom

  34. How long do I have to follow directions? Which web-sites can we look at? Cornell Notes (format) When you take Cornell Notes, you should write the information you want to remember over here on the right side of the paper Example Down here is where you write a summary, or the general message of the information you wrote on the right hand side above