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THE CORNELL FORMAT. Cornell Format. Developed during 1950’s by Walter Pauk Consists of 3 labels Cue Column Notes Summary. Format Your Paper. First column is the Cue Column in which we do not write on until later. Cue column should be the first column to the left. .

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The cornell format

THE CORNELL FORMAT


Cornell format

Cornell Format

  • Developed during 1950’s by Walter Pauk

  • Consists of 3 labels

    • Cue Column

    • Notes

    • Summary


Format your paper

Format Your Paper

  • First column is the Cue Column in which we do not write on until later.

  • Cue column should be the first column to the left.


Take notes leaving the cue column blank

Take notes leaving the Cue Column blank !

  • Second column is NOTES which is to the right of your paper.

  • This column should be filled up with charts, drawings, sentences, etc…


Condense your notes in the cue column

Condense your notes in the Cue Column

  • Ask your self questions about the notes you just took and write them in the Cue Column.

  • List key words from notes in the Cue Column.

  • Be brief !

    DO not cram the Cue Column with words.


Write a summery

Write a Summery

  • Last column of your notes is the summery, which should be at the bottom of your paper.

  • Reduce your notes.

  • Put the information together and conclude in your own word.

  • This column also, makes reviewing for the test easier.


Use the cue column to recite

Use the Cue Column to recite !

  • Cover your Notes Column.

  • Answer to questions you wrote from your Cue Column.

  • Define key words from the Cue Column.

  • And check your self by uncovering the Notes Column.


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