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Cornell Note Taking Method

Taking Notes in Mr. Landry's Class

Christopher Landry

on 27 June 2014

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Transcript of Cornell Note Taking Method

What are Cornell Notes?
Cornell Note Taking Method
Good Cornell notes may take a while, depending on how long the notes are and how fast you read and write.
Cornell Notes are a method to teach students how to take notes and organize their thoughts on paper.
The main parts of a Cornell note page are the keywords, the notes, and the summary.
Cornell notes use a certain format consisting of three parts.
First, read a section of the text and write down important things to know such as dates, events, or people.
Taking Notes
Write a note about what you read, then write a
, which is something that would remind you of what you read.
A hypothesis is a possible explanation to a question or a problem.
When you have finished taking all of your notes, write a summary of the notes in the bottom section of the page.
Writing a Summary
The summary does not have to be too long, maybe just one or two sentences.
A hypothesis is a possible explanation to a question or a problem.
A hypothesis should be logical based on what previous information you have.
You should also make predictions based on what you think will happen and use this to help you make your hypothesis.
A hypothesis is a possible solution to a problem found based on predictions and previous knowledge.
Hints & Tips
Try not to make a note out of everything you read. Only put what is relevant or important and put them into concise notes.
Put names, dates, and places and describe them.
Try to remember to write a summary for your notes each day at a regular time. Maybe immediately at the end of class, or at the same time every night.
What is the format?
What is the purpose of the summary?
The summary serves two purposes. The first is to help remind you what you learned about in class. The second is to help you organize your notes in a way that is easy to find information later.
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