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1 Cell Theory and Levels of Organization CORNELL NOTESCell Theory and Levels of Organization
2 First, fold your paper into a small column and large area. **Page 45 & 47**If you take the edge of your paper and match it to the red line on the left page, it will make the perfect size!2 1/2”
3 DateNext, record the date in the upper right corner. This goes on all pages!If you put your page numbers there, write it under or next to the page number.2 1/2”
4 Cell Theory & Levels of Organization DateCell Theory & Levels of OrganizationNext, write the topic on the top line.You will record the topic on every page of notes.2 1/2”
5 CONGRATS! You have set up your notes for the first time. From now on, when I say “Set up your Cornell Notes”, this is what I expect:Folded paper (I will always tell you the page in the notebook we will be using)DateTopic (I will give this to you for each set of notes)
6 Notes Column How to take Cornell Notes Questions Column DateHow to take Cornell NotesQuestionsColumnNotes Column2 1/2”3 to 4 sentence summary acrossthe bottom of the last page of the day’s notes
7 Prepare for high school and college Can be used as a study guide Why “Cornell Notes”?Proven to be the most effective way for you to learn and remember information!Prepare for high school and collegeCan be used as a study guideThis is the favored method of notes by colleges
8 Example (Diagram copied (Questions about it ) during lecture) How do the ticks find the cattle?Why don’t the ticks usually kill their host?How could tick infestations in cattle impact humans?
10 At the end of each note TOPIC (not page At the end of each note TOPIC (not page!) you will write a 3 – 4 sentence summary of everything you have learned.This is done after the class notes and after you fill in the questions.The summary will sometimes be your homework.
11 Cell Theory & Levels of Organization 10/12/09Cell Theory & Levels of OrganizationAll living things are composed of cellsCells are the basic units of structure and function in living thingsAll cells are produced from other cells.
12 Writing our QuestionsWe are now going to practice writing questions to go along with the notes we just wrote. We will refer to “Grandma’s House” in our notebook for key words to include in our questions.I will give you three questions as a guide, but you can write your own using the words from “Grandma’s House”.You will be expected to write questions with your notes and it may be homework if not finished in class.
13 Cell Theory & Levels of Organization 10/11/09Cell Theory & Levels of OrganizationIdentify what all living things are made of.Compare and Contrast cells and atoms.Describe how cells are produced from other cells.All living things are composed of cellsCells are the basic units of structure and function in living thingsAll cells are produced from other cells
14 Cell Theory & Levels of Organization 10/12/09Cell Theory & Levels of OrganizationList the different types of cells.Name the cells that make up a living organismExplain what a cell is.Compare and Contrast the different cellsIdentify the types of cells.Speculate how cells make up tissues.Explain Why tissues are make up of cellsIdentify types of tissuesCells:- specialized to perform a certain function(job)Examples: bone cells, heart cells, nerve cellsTissues:- made up of cells that are similar in structure and function that are joined togetherExamples: layers of bone, parts of heart, parts of brain
15 Cell Theory & Levels of Organization 10/11/09Cell Theory & Levels of OrganizationOrgan: made up of groups of different tissues that work togetherExamples: heart, brainOrgan System: made up of groups of organs that work together to perform a specific functionExamples: respiratory system, cardiovascular system, nervous systemOrganism- an entire living thing that carries out basic life functions
16 On your own: Finish writing questions to go along with the notes. Write a 3 – 4 sentence summary about cell theory and the levels of organization on the last page of notes.Anything not finished in class will be your homework for tonight!