Cornell Notes. Note-taking strategy that will improve your study skills and your grades!!. Problems with taking notes. I can’t write everything down the teacher says because he/she talks TOO fast! I can’t read my notes. The notes I take when I read don’t help.
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Note-taking strategy that will
improve your study skills and
Address your paper like you normally would any other paper.
-Include name, date, and class period.
Now use a ruler and your pencil and draw lines on your paper to make it look like the picture on the right.
-It doesn’t need to be perfect, just as close as you can get.
-Take notes like you normally would on the right side of the vertical line.
-Continue to take notes on as many pages as you need until the lecture is complete.
Alwaystake notes here.
After the lecture, go back and give headings to your notes to make it easier to find when you study.
Summarize each section of your notes into only a few words
How do the ticks find the cattle?
Why don’t the ticks usually kill their host?
How could tick infestations in cattle impact humans?
concise jottings and
summaries as cues for Record the lecture as fully and as
Reciting, Reviewing, meaningfully as possible.
This is the balanced equation for the chemical reaction of photosynthesis
Carbon dioxide and water react with light to make glucose (sugar) and oxygen.
Pigments are proteins. (Just like in Ch. 3) Chlorophyll absorbs the light in photosystems.
Plants are green because green light is not absorbed, it’s reflected!
Find out what the other pigments are!
Carbon dioxide, water and light are needed to make sugar. The light has to be absorbed first, the chlorophyll pigments absorb light. The chlorophyll is a membrane protein. They are found in the thylakoid membranes of the chloroplast. Other parts of the chloroplast are the stroma and the granum (a stack of thylakoids).
Reflect on the material by asking yourself questions, for example:
-What’s the significance of these facts?
-What principles are these based on?
-How can I apply them?
-How do they fit in with what I already know?
-What’s beyond them?
Spend at least 10 minutes every week reviewing all your previous notes. If you do, you’ll retain a great deal for current use, as well as, for the exam.
With 6 subjects, that’s only an hour a week.
It’s up to you!