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  • THE MODIFIED CORNELLNOTE TAKING SYSTEM
  • Layout Question Record Column Column --2 Inches-- --6 Inches--After the lecture, Record patterns of main idea and – write questions in support this column for • in your own words when possible. each main point in the record column. Use indentations • to show the relationships between main ideas and – support.
  • Record ColumnWrite main ideas and supporting material inthe right column – Use signals from the lecture • Titles & keywords= topics  main ideas • “Transition” words/phrases introduce details – First, most, some, this is called, there are two types – Use abbreviations to get the full idea. – Leave spaces between ideas so you can • fill in more later. • see how ideas relate to one another
  • Question ColumnWrite questions in the left column of yournotes to quiz yourself on the material.– Write questions in the question column on the same line as the item the question addresses in the record column– Write a question for each new • Topic • Main idea • Significant detail– Write questions for details on which you think your professor will quiz you.
  • Quiz Answer your questions in the left column. – Cover the Record Column. – Read your questions in the Question Column – Using your own words, answer yourThis will helptransfer ideas questions out loud.to your long-term memory! – Uncover your notes and check what you have said against the facts.
  • ReviewReview to improve your memory. – If you spend 10 minutes every week or so in a quick review of your notes, • you will retain most of what you have studied • you won’t have to cram during an “all-nighter” • you will relate the facts and ideas to present lectures or readings.
  • ExampleHere is the text.In the “Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” there are four main characters –including one that may mat really exist. The first and most importantcharacter is Ichabod Crane. He is an ambitious schoolteacher, whohopes to marry the second character, Katrina Van Tassel. Katrina isthe handsome daughter of a wealthy farmer. The third character isBrom Bones. He is Ichabod’s rival for Katrinia, and he is also wellknown for his practical jokes. The fourth and final character is thefrightening, ghostly figure of the Headless Horseman, who terrifiesIchabod into running away. But Irving strongly hints that this mightsimply be another of the characters in disguise.
  • Here are the notes: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow – 4 Main Characters1st character? 1. Ichabod Crane Job? • Most important Interest? • School teacher • Wants to marry Katrina2nd character? 2. Katrina Van Tassel Description? • Beautiful daughter of wealthy farmer3rd character? 3. Brom Bones Interested in? • Also wants to marry Katrina Likes what? • Well known for practical jokes4th character 4. Headless Horseman Real or not? Scares who? • Scary ghost Might be who? • Scares Ichabod away • Might be another character [Brom?] in disguise
  • Notetaking Tips• Keep a separate notebook or binder for each course.• Notes for each lecture should begin on a new page.• Date and number all pages.• Never use a sentence when you can use a phrase, or a phrase when you can use a word.
  • Notetaking Tips, Cont. • Use indentations to distinguish between major and minor points. • Put most notes in your own words, except • formulas , definitions, and specific facts • Use abbreviations and symbols wherever possible. • If you completely don’t understand an idea, • leave a blank space and ask your professor for help on it.
  • Notetaking Tips, Cont. • Develop a code system of note-marking to indicate questions, comments, important points … for example, • Mark unfamiliar vocabulary & unclear ideas in unique ways • Highlight vocabulary in pink. • Circle ideas that are still unclear • Make sure you can understand what you have written and if needed, make corrections. • Use drawings, arrows or other organizers to help you see concepts and relationships between them
  • The End!