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Cornell Notes Sample
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- 2 inches from the edge of paper draw the line going down
- Vocabulary Word
- The words in cue column and the words in notes column need to be parallel.
- You need to leave space 1 to 2 lines between words in cue and notes column.
- Bullet point general notes
- You can also draw pictures, symbols, diagrams in the note section that goes with the vocabulary word/definition, question/answer, topic/notes. I will show you later how you can use visuals to help you understand the information, but you can create pictures, symbols, diagrams on your own.
Summary (BIG IDEA)The summary should be a short 3-4 sentence paragraph explaining the BIGline going across IDEA in your notes section. The BIG IDEA is the the big picture, what you really learned from either the reading or lesson. Example: Topic is No Cell Phones on Campus BIG IDEA is Safety and Security(we have the policy to keep the campus safe)
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This can go with any subject, but I use this in my Social Studies class. This is a set up for Cornell Notes that I am using in 7th and 8th grade.