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How to Utilize the Cornell Note-Taking System (CNTS)

How to CNTS

Written April, 2017.

What is CNTS?

What steps are missing here?

Why is it important for both the student and teacher to see?

Small Talk – the teacher spends 10 minutes of the first part of any lesson digging into the daily interactions, conflicts, achievements, successes, complaints, and any relevant data connected to the student’s life:

TO IDENTIFY WHAT ASPECT OF THEIR LIVES COULD REQUIRE ENGLISH,

TRANSLATE/INTERPRET/ THEIR THOUGHT PROCESS TO ENGLISH,

AND help with WEAKNESSES.

It’s a world in which technology can enable us to customize education to each and every student somehow, someway. 

Look forward for specific academic and industry-specific CNTS content/structured curriculum. e.g. IT, business negotiation, insurance, sales, hospitality, reservations, accounting, marketing in several different categories, dermatology, skincare, medicine, photography, travel, videography, manufacturing (product specific), politics, and…
The Cornell Note-Taking System is a system in which the writer summarizes a large amount of information to key ideas/details while posing questions and adding key points in the left column to direct thought/analysis.

How to Utilize It Inside and Outside of Class

Copy the template.

Open the document on a computer that is both viewable by the student(s) and teacher(s).

Hyperlink any relevant Google searches to the keywords.

Begin adding questions on the left side to ‘dig’

*Take time in class or outside of class to summarize your discussion and add specific phrases/questions/sentences covered.

Hyperlink any new words covered in class.

Summarize target content/skills in the field below.

Move the Google Doc file to the Gdrive location.

The list goes on and on.
9. Summarize target content/skills in the field below.

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