The purpose of the note-taking presentation is to introduce students to the Cornell style of taking notes, a popular style created in 1956 by Walter Pauk, a former education professor at Cornell University. The Cornell style provides students with a method for taking, condensing, organizing, and studying notes.
Students will be able to articulate a note-taking mastery technique.
Students will be able to develop a study plan in accordance with their desired educational goals.
Students will understand how to discuss their notes with their teachers.
Students will improve their formulation of test questions by using Bloom's Taxonomy.