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Label in Margin
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 2 Label in the Margin System Taking Notes From the Lecture Processing the Information Making It Your Personal Knowledge Based on the Cornell System
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 3 Before Class Complete all assigned reading and homework Review notes from last class period Prepare paper for note taking.
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 4 Preparing loose leaf notebook paper for Label in the Margin Notes 6" 2.5"
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 5 When you arrive at class Get Paper and Pen Ready Label page with date, course, and page # Note: Use a pen for taking notes. Pencils will fade, and you may not be able to read them later.
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 6 Label in the Margin System Record On the right--wide side of your paper, write main points you need to remember in as few words as possible ( Don't limit your note taking to formal lectures. Write down notes for everything you may need to know later.) Write clearly enough so that you are able to easily read it later. Leave enough space to add information later without rewriting notes or to fill in things you may have missed. Step 1
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 7 Label in the Margin System Label As soon as possible after class Play jeopardy with your notes. Read over notes and determine a question you can ask about each section of your notes to label its content. Write the question in the margin (the 2.5 in column.) Step 2
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 8 Label in the Margin System Recite Cover your notes Ask yourself the question you have written in the cue column. Answer the question in your own words-- out loud. Check for accuracy _ repeat if necessary Step 3
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 9 Label in the Margin System Reflect Think about notes- make them personal--make connections--make the relevant to you. Can you think of examples from your own experience to reinforce the main point? Can you make it concrete by making an analogy (this is like...)? Can you visualize the information in some way? Did you agree with what the information? How could you use that information? Write comments, illustrations, and questions into your notes. Step 4
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 10 Label in the Margin System Review Before you put your notes away: Go back over what you recited and reflected Review the material before the next class Review it again within a week This should fix it in long term memory Step 5
Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5 | 11 Label in the Margin System Summarize At the end of each section or each day’s notes Pull together the main ideas into a simple summary statement at bottom of notes page or Summarize by making a chart, flash cards, map, timeline, etc Step 6
Effective Listening & Note Taking Academic Support Unit Student Learning Support Center Adapted from: Practicing College Learning Strategies 3 rd edition.
THE CORNELL NOTE TAKING SYSTEM
Tomas Rivera Center for Student Success
Cornell Note Taking System
Learning to Take Good Notes
Becoming a Master Student Tenth Edition Dave Ellis
CORNELL NOTE TAKING.
Academic Support A Division of the Office of Undergraduate Studies.
Chapter 9 Taking Textbook Notes.
Label in the Margin System
6 - 1 Processing Information from Reading Label in the Margin Processing information from textbooks is not very different from processing information.
Copyright©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. 1 QUESTION.
Cornell Notes are used: to help take organized notes to help identify keywords & concepts from a lecture or reading to help scan notes to locate.
Note-Taking. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.Note-taking - 2 The Note-Taking Process Flows Review Record Observe Notes.
Effective Note taking Presented by: ACCESS CENTER Workshop Goals: To help you evaluate your current note taking style To offer guidelines for improving.
Label in the Margin Processing Information from Textbooks.
Note Taking Some basic skills….
Core Standard 4: (W) Informational, Research, and Persuasive Texts Core Standard 7: Listening and Speaking 1.Cornell Note-taking Identify topics;
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