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Cornell Notes

Cornell Notes

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This is a brief explanation of how I want my physics students to use their composition books to take notes.

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Tutorial

This is an explanation of how I want you to use your composition books in physics to take notes.

Source: Created by Gary Strickland

Student Guide to Comprehension

Theses are the questions you should be asking yourself as you listen to a lecture, watch a video, read a textbook, or participate in a lab activity.

Follow some of these prompts and write your responses on the left side of your composition books as a way to complete your Cornell Notes.

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Source: Created by Gary Strickland

Cornell Notes WSR Form

Complete this form after watching the video over how to take Cornell Notes.

Source: Created by Gary Strickland