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Cornell Notes + Abbreviations

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  • 1.
    • You Will Need:
      • Pencil, Colored Pencils
      • Cornell Notes (Bookshelf- 2 pgs/4sides- Please staple )
      • Log #1 (Update On-line)
    Today in Science
  • 2. Assignment Log #1 Check Off Date Given Date Due Name of Assignment Possible Pts. Earned Pts. 1/23 2/1 E-mail Me 40 1/24 1/30 Mission Possible 100/ 20 1/24 1/30 Orientation Guide 35 1/30 1/31 Cornell Notes 70
  • 3. Note taking is an essential tool for helping learn the material you will cover in any content area . In Science, you will be required to take notes using the Cornell Note-Taking System . The system requires a specific format which will enable you to better understand , review content delivered in class and help you study for quizzes & tests. Cornell Notes
  • 4.
    • There are many benefits from this type of note-taking. Taking notes keeps you alert and focused during class. Notes enable you to be an active contributor to your understanding & group. Notes help you become more actively involved in your own learning .
    Cornell Notes
  • 5. S L A N T S it UP L ean Forward; Listen A sk Questions N od T alk to your teacher Class Notes Topic: ________________________ Questions/Main Ideas: Name ________________________________________ Class ________________________________________ Period ________________________________________ Date _____________________________________ Notes: Summary:
  • 6.
    • S Set Up Your Paper
    • T Take Notes according to the
    • Cornell Format – Highlight
    • A Apply Your Thinking to the Notes
    • R Reflect and Review –
    • + = Already know
    • = May need to review
    • -- = Still need to learn
    S.T.A.R.
  • 7.
    • It is almost impossible to write fast enough to get ALL the information down accurately so you are able to remember things later.
    • However, there are some tricks you can use to make note taking easier!
    Abbreviation and Symbols
  • 8.
    • HIGHLIGHT the basic trick in each example
    • Fill in the abbreviation or words as needed.
    • Write out an abbreviated form of the sentence and “decode” the second ones.
    • Whatever you don’t finish in class is homework tonight.
    Today’s Tasks
  • 9.
      • Due Today:
        • Mission Possible – end of period
        • Orientation Guide – end of the day
      • Due Tomorrow:
      • Cornell Notes (If you didn’t finish in class you have homework)
    • Due Wednesday:
      • E-mail Me by 7:00pm
    Remember

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