How to take Notes - Southern Regional Education Board

How to take Notes - Southern Regional Education Board

How to take Notes And actually be able to study from them! Cornell Notes Strategy No. 1 Cornell Notes What it is a way to take more organized notes What you will need lined notebook paper (and something to write with, of course!)

Cornell Notes: How It Put the subjectworks and date at the top of your paper (and each page thereafter), then Divide your paper into three sections, like this: Cornell Notes: How It Works Taking Notes The large box to the right is for writing notes, either from the lecture or as you read.

Skip a line between main ideas and topics. Don't use complete sentences, and dont try to copy down every word from the text or the lecture. Use abbreviations whenever possible. Develop a shorthand of your own, such as using "&" for the word "and, w/ for with, b/c for because, and so on. Cornell Notes: Using Your Notes to Study

Review notes as soon as possible after class! Pull out main ideas and put them in the left column. Course name, source (lecture, text), date Johnson Administration Political war

trap Change of style from Kennedy. Self-made, self-centered man Huge ego Product of nuclear era, Cold War, & domestic politics in the United States Involved wavering ally whose regime was threatened

Cornell Notes: Using your notes to study Course name, source (lecture, text), date Johnson Administration Political war trap Write a summary of the main ideas in the bottom section

Change of style from Kennedy. Self-made, self-centered man Huge ego Product of nuclear era, Cold War, & domestic politics in the United States Involved wavering ally whose regime was threatened Johnson was a very different leader, which

affected his approach to the problems in Vietnam. Johnson administration found itself in a predicament. Notebook: Look in your workbook on page ______ which has already been divided for you. Read the assigned text, taking notes on the using this method. Your teacher may ask you to share your notes. Using a Laptop? No problem. . .

Cornell Notes make yourself a template using the tables feature and mark off the lines for each page using the line in the appropriate feature on your toolbar, just as you would on a sheet of notebook paper. Type your notes in the boxes. Sources The Learning Toolbox, James Madison University

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