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This handout shows what a page of notes should look like while at the same time it provides instructions about how to format your notes.
Date & Page Nos. in upper right cornerTitle on top line and underlined
Vertical Line to divide page into 2 columnsNotes written to the right of the line.
Notes written using Outline form:Roman Numerals for Main Ideas Capital Letters for Supporting Details
Notes written using Outline form:Arabic Numbers for Sub-details Lower Case Letters for Sub-Sub- Details
Labels in Recall Column (left column) to tell what each section of notes is about
Indent for each detail & sub-detailIndent for each detail & sub-detail. Keep text indented so everything lines up.
An outline is useful to organize your information You put this information in categories You use various symbols to organize your information For main.
Outline Format. Your outline will begin with a title and Thesis Statement. Thesis Statement - is a sentence that states what you will prove or explain.
Outlines in MLA Format. Alphanumeric Outlines This is the most common type of outline and usually instantly recognizable to most people. The formatting.
Editing Your Research Paper Catalyst for Change. Title Page Two-part title (remember to capitalize it) Second line of title has your person’s name followed.
HHP Writing Standards 7 th Grade Language Arts. USE THESE STANDARDS FOR HANDWRITTEN AND WORD PROCESSED FINAL COPIES OF ALL WRITTEN ASSIGNMENTS USE THESE.
Student Support Services Note-taking Workshop. The Importance of taking notes The most important information in your course will be discussed by the professor.
A handy-dandy guide that will be helpful all the rest of your life. More or less.
WORKING OUTLINE AND NOTE CARDS. Working Outline To organize note cards Taken from Purpose paragraph Should be in chronological order.
OUTLINING Why and How to Create a Useful Outline.
Formatting MLA Research Paper
Title (put at top) I- Main Topic (represented by roman numerals) A-Subtopics (represented by capitol letters) You can’t have an A without a B.
7 TH EDITION MLA Format. UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER DOUBLE SPACED LIST: YOUR NAME, TEACHER’S NAME, COURSE TITLE, AND THE DATE THE DATE IS WRITTEN IN THIS.
MLA Format. General Guidelines See SG, ; Stylebook, Section III.D.1Section III.D.1 1-inch margins (left, right, top, bottom) Double-spaced No extra.
(Which you’re not, but this is still a good way to learn outlining…)
Outlining Please keep these notes in your “Writing” section.
Cornell Notes Please print this slide show, follow the directions, and staple it to your reading response. Reading Informational Text Standard :
DIGITIAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Objective 5.05
This will be your summary section.
M A R G I N S Before you begin typing, format your margins.
MLA Format HOW YOUR ESSAYS SHOULD LOOK. Why MLA Format is Important MLA format is the standard format for all college papers. When you format your papers.
APA Format in Pages. Running Header and Page Numbers To create a running header click first on the wrench in the top right corner To create a running.
Information Literacy. Information Literacy includes: The ability of a student to: 1.Identify the need for information Select a topic 2.Access information.
Note Taking Ms. Graham 6 th Grade Professor Louisiana State University.
Outlining: How to Organize Your Research
1.Divide your paper into 6 sections. (5 points) 2. Write a title and heading in the first box. (5 points) 3. Write 1 safety rule in each of the other 5.
Formatting Your Research Paper. Do Not use a cover sheet Do Not insert pictures Do Not change the font color or size. ( Microsoft Word’s primary setting.
SCE Four Column Journal Writing Standard 1.3: Organization and Focus Please print this slide show, follow the directions, and staple it to your reading.
Note-taking Skills WHO-WHAT-WHEN-WHERE- WHY-HOW. takes notes? Students who want to remember new information Students who want a good study tool Students.
Document Title Document Subtitle. Page 2 Divider 1 if Needed Subtitle if any.
Setting Up Your Interactive Notebook Today we will set up your table of contents and index of key terms What is an interactive notebook? – A notebook that.
Using Cornell Notes To learn the art of taking notes using the Cornell Format of note-taking. In this class, information will come from a variety of sources.
Outlining: WHY? This is a great strategy to help you see how ideas within a chapter are related. Instead of being bombarded with a million facts, you are.
What is APA? APA format is a standard set of conventions/rules for formatting. It contains detailed instructions for in-text citation references, references.
MLA Formatting Prof. W. Mercado INGL 3201 adapted from Purdue OWL.
Cornell Notes What you’ve always wanted to know about… Oh, you know you do!...
MLA format. What is MLA? O MLA refers to ( Modern Language Association). O It is a professional and academic way in writing academic papers. O It protects.
Mind Mapping To organize information. Mind Mapping/Mind Web A mind map is: – A diagram used to visually outline information. Often created around a single.
Taking Notes in Social Studies Objective: Explicitly assess information and draw conclusions.
1 Title Line on a Divider Slide Format >Level one bullet text for a divider slide.
Sample Title Page with Photograph, Titles are Initial Cap Format 3, Subtitles are Also Initial Cap Instructions: - Duplicate this page for section dividers.
The Research Process Using Folders and Taking Notes to Write a Comprehensive Research Report.
MLA 2009 Formatting and Style Guide. Format: General Guidelines Header with student’s last name and page number in the upper right corner on every page.
Dissertations Using APA* Style: M.U.M. Guidelines
Taking Notes in Social Studies
Cornell Notes Please copy these notes into the “Cornell Notes” section of your notebook.
The Research Process How do I document what I find? What are source/ note cards? What is plagiarism and how do I avoid it? What does a sample paper look.
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