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Directed Note-taking Activity. By Sarah Tzakis. What is DNA?. Similar to Cornell Notes Different step up Split-page method Differentiates from main and supporting details. How to used DNA. Right side Write down topics, key words, and question you would liked to be answered. Left side

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what is dna
What is DNA?

Similar to Cornell Notes

Different step up

Split-page method

Differentiates from main and supporting details

how to used dna
How to used DNA
  • Right side
    • Write down topics, key words, and question you would liked to be answered.
  • Left side
    • Key points, definition to the key words, and answered to questions.
how does it help students
How does it help students
  • Three ways to help take notes
    • Before Lecture
    • During the Lecture
    • After Lecture
  • For Exams
    • Helps you predict what questions could be on an exam
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DNA
  • DNA is an easy note-taking strategy that just takes one line to divide your paper, it helps you to understand lectures of reading, and helps prepare you for exams.
works cited
Works Cited
  • DeFabo, Leonard, Linda Leal, and Ann Rafoth. For the Learning and Remembering: study skills across the curriculum. New York, 1993.