Presentation on theme: "AVID CORNELL NOTE-TAKING"— Presentation transcript:
1AVID CORNELL NOTE-TAKING Karlie: Good morning! We are AVID students from Waiakea High School. We’re seniors and have been in AVID for 3 years. Thank you for allowing us to share what we’ve learned in AVID, specifically Cornell-Note-taking.
2ADVANCEMENT VIA INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION WHAT IS AVID?ADVANCEMENT VIA INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATIONKarlie: AVID stands for…ALL: Advancement via individual determination.
3WHY?The mission of AVID is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.Keanu: The mission of AVID isKarlie: to close the achievement gap by preparing all studentsAaron: for college readiness and success in a global society.
4Why are Cornell notes effective? ESSENTIAL QUESTION:Why are Cornell notes effective?Karlie: The essential question for our presentation is “Why are Cornell Notes effective?Cheylee will be taking Cornell notes, or what we call “C-notes” during this presentation.
5WICOR RESEARCH BASED STRATEGIES WRITING INQUIRY COLLABORATION ORGANIZATION READINGRESEARCH BASED STRATEGIESAaron: To help students become college ready, AVID uses research based literacy strategies based on WICOR: Writing, Inquiry, Collaboration, Organization, and Reading.
7INQUIRY Skilled Questioning Techniques Costa’s Levels of Thinking Socratic SeminarInvestigationsTutorials(Read the slide)Skilled Questioning TechniquesCosta’s Levels of ThinkingSocratic SeminarInvestigationsTutorials
8COLLABORATION Socratic Seminar Philosophical Chairs Tutorials Service LearningPeer Editing(Read the slide)Socratic SeminarPhilosophical ChairsTutorialsService LearningPeer Editing
9Binders & Organizational Tools Calendars, Planners, and Agendas Graphic OrganizersCornell Note-takingTutorials and Study Groups(Read slide)Binders & Organizational ToolsCalendars, Planners, and AgendasGraphic OrganizersCornell Note-takingTutorials and Study Groups
10READING Deep Reading Strategies Learning & Retaining Academic vocabularyMarking the TextWriting in the MarginsCharting the TextResponding and Summarizing the TextUtilizing Sentence Starters and Templates(Read Slide)Deep Reading StrategiesLearning & Retaining Academic vocabularyMarking the TextWriting in the MarginsCharting the Text(Read the slide)Responding and Summarizing the TextUtilizing Sentence Starters and Templates
11AVID Handouts CORNELL WAY CORNELL Notes Template CORNELL Notes Rubric Cornell Notes ChecklistWe have provided you with 4 handouts that you can refer to during this presentation.
12WHY CORNELL NOTES? (Video) Keanu: Why Cornel notes. Here’s a short video explaining the rationale behind Cornell notes. We apologize for the small video screen.(After the video)As you heard in the video, Cornell notes will help students retain the information. Cornell notes require students to review the materials in order to write critical questions in the left margin and a summary at the bottom. Cornell notes aren’t just for recording ideas. It requires organization, reviewing, critical questioning, exchanging of ideas, synthesizing, and reflecting.
13HOW DO I SET UP CORNELL NOTES? Aaron: How do I set up Cornell notes?
14Here are different types of C-notes notepaper Here are different types of C-notes notepaper. Notepaper with and without lines, and C-notes on graph paper.
15Here’s a sample C-note from a language arts class.
16Here’s another sample C-note from an Algebra class.
17C Create Format Create Format: Here are some examples of Cornell note templates. All the templates have these main parts:Heading: Top right, students will write their name, class, period, date.Topic: Top left, students will write the topic. For example,…Essential Question: The Essential Question is based on the standard or objective to be addressed. For example,…1/3 of the paper on the left is for questions and main ideas.The right side is for the notes.On the bottom of the page is for the summary.Karlie: If templates are not available, students may format their binder paper by folding or drawing line like so (demonstrate).Fold the left side to create a column that’s about ½ of the paper. Then fold the bottom up about two inches to create the summary section.
18O Organize Notes Aaron: Organizing Notes- While taking notes on the right side, remember to write in phrases or lists, abbreviate, and use symbols, leave spaces for revisions, and even use different colored pens to indicate different ideas.
19R Review/Revise Keanu: Review/Revise Notes: Then students will review notes by highlighting, adding, deleting, paraphrasing, and clarifying meaning.
20N Note Key Ideas Karlie: Note Key Ideas Students will develop both low and higher level question relating to the ideas on the right side. It’s important to write higher level questions. Some examples of low level questions are:Higher level questions are:
21E Exchange Ideas Aaron: Exchange Students collaborate with classmates to compare, enhance, and revise notes.
22L Link Learning Keanu: Link Learning Students will review notes and questions to identify main ideas to use in the summery. Students respond to the essential question in their summary.
23L Learning Tool Aaron: Learning Tool Students internalize and apply new learning in their classes.
24Sample Cornell Notes (Elmo) Karlie: Cheylee will now go over the highlights of the Cornell notes that she took during this presentation.
25How is AVID preparing us for college? (Each student briefly share how AVID is preparing him/her for college.)
26Happy Cornell Note-taking! Thank You!Happy Cornell Note-taking!Aaron: Thank you again for allowing us to share what we’ve learned in AVID. If you need resources or have more questions about Cornell notetaking or AVID, you may contact our school’s AVID coordinator, Mrs. Zaida Igawa.Mahalo and happy Cornell note-taking!