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Taking Cornell Notes from a Text AVID Standard 2.3: Refine note taking skills in the Cornell Note Taking Method

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Taking Cornell Notes from a Text AVID Standard 2.3: Refine note taking skills in the Cornell Note Taking Method Slide 2 Cornell Note Format Slide 3 Write Your Heading John Doe Government Period 1 8/22/11 Slide 4 Topic Chapter titles or sections make great topics. Write the topic at the top of your notes. Slide 5 Topic John Doe Government Period 1 8/22/11 Nominating Candidates Slide 6 Questions Look for any headings. Headings or subheadings become questions. Write questions on the left hand side of your notes. If there are no headings, read through each paragraph and decide what the main idea is. Turn the main idea into a question. Write details in the notes section on the right hand side. Slide 7 Questions John Doe Government Period 1 8/22/11 Nominating Candidates How are candidates selected ? Slide 8 Notes On the right hand side, write details that answer the question in the notes section. Slide 9 Notes John Doe Government Period 1 8/22/11 Nominating Candidates How are candidates selected ? Caucuses private meetings of party leaders Nominating Conventions meeting of party to choose candidate for office Slide 10 Summary Turn the topic of your notes into a topic sentence. Choose the most important main ideas from your notes and turn them into sentences. Slide 11 Summary John Doe Government Period 1 8/22/11 Nominating Candidates How are candidates selected ? Caucuses private meetings of party leaders Nominating Conventions meeting of party to choose candidate for office Summary Nominating candidates occurs in four different ways. The first way is caucusing. The second is by nominating conventions Slide 12 Practice What would your questions be? What main ideas would you write on the right side of your notes? Slide 13 Practice What would your topic be? What would your questions be? What main ideas would you write on the right side of your notes? Slide 14 Practice Slide 15 On Your Own