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Cornell Notes & Frolick’s Notebook. The Key to Success in My Class! . Why is a notebook important?. While taking notes you are learning in multiple ways: hearing, seeing & writing. During the review process you learn by seeing & reading. Keeps you organized!.

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cornell notes frolick s notebook

Cornell Notes & Frolick’s Notebook

The Key to Success in My Class!

why is a notebook important
Why is a notebook important?
  • While taking notes you are learning in multiple ways: hearing, seeing & writing.
  • During the review process you learn by seeing & reading.
  • Keeps you organized!
cornell notes
Cornell Notes
  • Invented in the 1950’s for success in college
  • Facilitates Organization
  • Encourages Review
  • Required School Wide at MBSH
how do you use cornell notes
How do you use Cornell Notes?

Before you Start:

  • Title your paper with Subject, Unit, date, and name.
  • Draw a line 2” from the bottom of the paper.
  • Draw a line 2.5” from the left side of the paper.

Whenyou fill out each section is the Key to successful note taking!

The main section is filled out during the lecture with your notes.

Cues are jotted down during multiple reviews. Review after class, before quiz, and before test.

Summary is completed after class when the lecture is fresh in your mind.



  • Main Ideas
  • Questions that connect points
  • Diagrams
  • Prompts to help you study

No Worries!!!

Cut a sheet of paper in thirds and place before your notes in the notebook.

what do i need for the notebook
What do I NEED for the Notebook?

To get started, you need:

  • Duo Tang
  • Rubric/Guide
  • Table of Contents
  • Unit Syllabus
  • Class Procedures & Expectations
  • Pages are numbered & listed on the TOC.
notes in each section
Notes in Each Section
  • Cornell Notes
  • Summary of each section (not necessarily each page)
  • Vocabulary for each section
  • Home Learning for each section

You MUST have vocabulary in each section!!!


Vocabulary Word, Phrase or Theorem

Definition or statement regarding the meaning of the vocabulary IN YOUR OWN WORDS!!!

Picture, diagram and homework problem using vocabulary.

review activities
Review Activities

In the Review Section at the back of the Notebook

  • KWL
  • Graphics Organizer
  • Vertical Concept Map


What do you know?

  • List what you know. Not sure? Most Math textbooks give you a list of review concepts & problems before each chapter. Check it out, you’ll be surprised what you know!

What do you want to know?

  • List what you want to know. Not a clue? Look at the objectives in the lesson and in the beginning of the section in your Math textbook.

What have you learned?

  • List what you have learned. This is the most important because this is where you prepare for your test. Even more importantly, when you take the time to list what you have learned you’ll remember it later in life!
graphics organizer
Graphics Organizer

A Million to choose from!!!

vertical concept map
Vertical Concept Map

Transversal Relationships & Equations

  • Connects prior knowledge to present concept
  • Lists skills needed to solve problem

Parallel Lines

Linear Pairs

Vertical Angles

Solving Multi-Step Equations