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Cornell Note Presentation

Transcript: Cornell Notes Overview -It's a process rather than a style -Several of the 10 steps are already things we do -Once the students become familiar with the process, some of the steps become habit -Not all Cornell Notes must look the same. There are multiple formats, use what works best for your classroom. Process is what is important. Step 3, 4, & 5: Review/Revise, Note Key Ideas, and Collaborate -Discuss notes with a partner or group -Fill in any "gaps" or missed information -Discuss and mark (star, highlight, underline, etc) important information -Determine the purpose of the information -Develop questions/or topics on the left side of the paper that identify the main ideas on the right side -Encourage higher level questions, but not all information will lend itself to higher level -These are floating steps that can be completed during breaks in information or after an entire presentation is done rep-e-ti-tion 1. the act of repeating; repeated action, repeating, over and over, multiple times, repetitiously, repeatedly Cornell Notes Word of the Day! Step 1: Note Set up -Provide students with paper or have students create their own -The Essentials: Name, Date, Class Essential Question: Provided by the teacher before the notes begin and based on the objective of the information being given If students are using their own paper, have them leave space to the left (1/3 of pg) and at the bottom (2 inches) Take note of what you wrote in 10 easy to use steps Step 2: Notes on the Right -students take notes from lectures, videos, readings, class discussions, etc. -students should take notes in their own words: abbreviations, shorthand, lists, bullets, whatever works for them -Guide the students focus on important information -Steps 3-5 will allow students to get any information they miss, so keep calm and carry on Steps 7, 8, 9, & 10: Making the most out of C-Notes -Use the notes as a learning tool: to study for assessments, create left hand questions as a warm-up/bell ringer, check notes as a participation grade, use notes as basis for socratic seminars -Using the notes as a learning tool provides an opportunity for students to commit information to long term memory -Periodically check notes and create goals to: improve listening skills, help students determine what is important information, promote higher order thinking, or identify areas of confusion Step 3, 4, & 5: Review/Revise, Note Key Ideas, and Collaborate -Discuss notes with a partner or group -Fill in any "gaps" or missed information -Discuss and mark (star, highlight, underline, etc) important information -Determine the purpose of the information -Develop questions/or topics on the left side of the paper that identify the main ideas on the right side -Encourage higher level questions, but not all information will lend itself to higher level -These are floating steps that can be completed during breaks in information or after an entire presentation is done Step 6: Summarize -Create a 1-3 sentence summary that answers the initial essential question -Review notes taken, questions developed, and prior knowledge to identify main ideas to be used in the summary -Students should be synthesizing information rather than just restating information -Summary gives the student the opportunity to pinpoint any remaining points of confusion

College Presentation: Cornell

Transcript: Cornell University What're They Looking For? As one of the eight legendary Ivy League schools on the East Coast, they specialize in higher education and college athletics. What Is Cornell University? Average SAT Scores: 650-750 (Reading) 680-780 (Math) Average ACT Scores: 30-34 (2014) Average GPA: 4.03 Overall Acceptance Rating: %15 Official Transcript High School Test Scores (SAT/ACT) High School GPA (Weight/Unweighted) Recommendation Letters HS Class Rank, College Prep. Programs, & Competency Demonstrations (Recommended) What Should You Have? Applications! Applications to Cornell University cost $80. Application deadlines are on January 1st. Campus Demographics Campus Demographics Located in Ithaca, NY Highest Average Temp. at 76F, Lowest 35F Humid, Suptropical Climate PEOPLE Student Demographics Female (52.4%) Male (47.6%) Total Enrolled: 14,315 From: New York 29.1% Mid-Atlantic 19.7% West 12.7% New England 11.2% International 9.4% Midwest 6.8% South/Southeast 6.8% Southwest/Mountain 4.3% First-Generation College 13.3% 0.4% American Indian/Alaskan Native 20.0% Asian 6.7% Black/African-American 13.4% Hispanic/Latino 4.9% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino) 0.1% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 45.3% White 9.1% Unknown International Students: 10.1% from 85 countries How Much $? NY State Resident: Tuition and Fees $32,976 Housing $8,112 Dining $5,566 Books and supplies $890 Personal expenses $1,810 Total $49,354 Majors/Tuition & Fees Non-Residents: Tuition and Fees $49,116 Housing $8,112 Dining $5,566 Books and supplies $890 Personal expenses $1,810 Total $65,494 80+ Majors Are Offered at Cornell University Financial Aide Availability Full-time first-year students 3,219 Number who applied for aid 1,553 Number determined to have financial need 1,457 Number awarded financial aid 1,457 Number receiving need-based scholarship/grant aid 1,395 Average need-based scholarship/grant award $37,392 Financial Aide Availability Approximately %46 of full-time undergraduate students recieve a form of financial aid. Informally known as the Cornell "Big Red", Cornell participates in D1 NCAA as a part of the Ivy League. Cornell University sponsors 36 different Varsity teams, as well as numerous clubs. Cornell Athletics Cornell Athletics Student Life Student Life School Spirit is HIGH! Cornell hosts 36 fraternities, and 13 sororities. Notable Alumni Notable Alumni Why Cornell? Why Cornell?

Cornell Presentation

Transcript: Top twenty universities in the world Sixth among Ivy League universities -The Washington Monthly' Ninth as a "dream college“ -The Princeton Review 13th globally in an academic ranking of world universities -Shanghai Jiao Tong University 38th nationally -The Washington Monthly's First university to teach modern Far Eastern languages World's first degree in journalism and veterinary medicine First four-year schools of hotel administration and industrial and labor relations First U.S. university to offer a major in American studies 11th largest academic library (The Cornell University Library) -6th best by the Princeton Review Nation's first professorships in American history, musicology, and American literature. First doctorates in electrical engineering and industrial engineering Facts & Figures Study Abroad Hotel Administration (1922) View of Finger Lakes, Lake Cayuga, Fall Creek Gorge and Cascadilla Gorge Cornell Plantations David Starr Jordan (CALS, '69) Founder of Standford School Law (1887) Veterinary Medicine* (1894) School Size 20,939 53% Men, 47% Women Undergraduate Students 13,935 Graduate Students 7,004 Full-time Students 99% Percent Out-of-state 66% CALS Exchange Program Cornell in Rome Engineering Exchange Programs EDUCO ILR/UCD Dublin Program Master in European Business Research Abroad 245,027 living alumni 31 Marshall Scholars 28 Rhodes Scholars 41 Nobel laureates *Contract colleges: receive direct funding from New York State Student body make up Popular Areas of Study Christopher Reeve (BFA '74) Superman actor Undergraduate 2012-2013 Tuition and student activities fee: $43,413 Housing: $8,112 Dining: $5,566 Books and supplies: $820 Personal and misc. expenses: $1,680 TOTAL: $59,591 Slope Day - "College of Architecture Day" or Dragon Day Traying down Libe Slope Gorgeing Alma mater is "Far Above Cayuga's Waters“ Fight song is "Give My Regards to Davy" Student Life Campus Size: Large (745 acres) Campus Setting: Located in a regional city City/Town Size: Small City, less than 100,000 pop The Big Red Barn Chimes Concerts Cornell Ice Hockey 500 student organizations Outreach at Cornell "Into the Streets" Cornell University Glee Club secret honor societies: Sphinx Head and Quill and Dagger Ruth Bader Ginsburg (B.A. '54) Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Found as New York's land grant institution Built on Ezra Cornell’s (senator) farm (209.5 acres) Inaugurated on October 7, 1868 First American university Andrew Dickson White was the first president. 412 men were enrolled Arts and Sciences (1865) Business (1946) Medical Sciences (1952) Industrial and Labor Relations* (1945) Medicine (1898) Seven undergraduate schools Seven graduate schools Two satellite medical campuses in New York City and Education City, Qatar --first American medical school outside of the United States Engineering Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services Agriculture Biological and Biomedical Sciences Social Sciences History Cornell University Graduate Studies (1909) Mascot “I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study” -Ezra Cornell Cesar Garcia Campus Endowed colleges: privately funded E. B. White (B.A. '21) Author of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little Architecture, Art, and Planning (1871) “America’s most enlightened Town.” -The Utne Reader Tuition and Fees Alumni Bill Nye (B.S. '77) "The Science Guy“ Rankings/ Disticitions Agriculture and Life Sciences* (1874) "Touchdown," the unofficial mascot, was a live bear who was brought onto the field during football games. Human Ecology* (1925) Wilson Greatbatch (B.E.E '50) Inventer of the pacemaker Cornelliana Motto Engineering (1870)

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