17 Sep At the top of the Cornell Notes you must include: your name, the Cornell Notes number, the chapter title and page number of the assigned reading as required and as demonstrated in t
At the top of the Cornell Notes you must include: your name,
the Cornell Notes number, the chapter title and page number of the assigned
reading as required and as demonstrated in the Cornell Notes template in the
“Getting Started” section of Canvas. There must be a space between each line
linking the “Main Idea” with the “Notes” – points will be deducted if the required
format is ignored. You must link a Main Idea within the same row space(s) of a
corresponding Main Note, and provide a row space between each row of a Main
Idea and linked Main Note.
To be clear, you must use the instructions in the video link as a guide,
however, you must also include the following instructions for Cornell Notes. In
the summary 1) an analysis of what is being summarized and 2) your own ideas
about the points made in the summary. Please see the Cornell Notes template for
clarity regarding formatting.
Cornell Notes #
Main Ideas: review, clarify & synthesize notes to just the main points/most important aspects
Specific Assigned Reading or Film Title:
Author’s Last Name, Chapter, and Page numbers:
Notes: write and review main notes / bulk of notes.
Summary: A brief breakdown of the notes from the right column which includes an analysis of what you read and your own ideas about the theories, concepts, and/or points made. The summary must be at least one paragraph.