Cornell Notes System
Divide your page into two columns.
The narrower left column is for recording keywords, questions, and recall prompts. The right column is for your actual notes taken during a lecture or class.
Create a summary section at the bottom.
When you review your notes, briefly summarize what you learned and what is important to retain from the full page of notes. This will help you internalize the information.
Here's an example:
We promise, a template is coming below!
What is the definition of propaganda?
What are the 4 techniques used by advertisers?
What is an example?
- Propaganda is messages intended to persuade audiences to adopt a certain option.
- Advertisers use propaganda using 4 techniques:
- Plain folks
- Testimonial example: Michael Jordan sells Nike shoes
Here's your template!
@today automatically stamps your notes with today's date. Fill in the topic of the lecture or class. Then use the Cornell Notes structure below. Click the
+ New Notes button above to automatically generate a fresh set of notes in this format.
Date: November 5, 2019