This note taking template has five boxes without labels. Type the headings that fit your needs. Just click in the blank spaces, type, print or photocopy for students. Suggested uses include: textbook chapters, current event articles, lectures and interviews.
Similar to the Beginning, Middle and End Story Summary Sheet, young writers use this page to write sentences summarizing just the beginning and end of the story.
Young writers use this page to write sentences summarizing the beginning, middle and end of the story. It could be a story they have read or one the teacher has read to them.
Summarize and organize the important events and plot elements in a story.
This is the third Cornell Notes template on this site. This version has more space and lines. This one has less space and no lines, and this one has room for summary at the bottom.
Students create a facebook style profile with this worksheet. It is in Word format so it can be edited to fit different topics. Everwhere it says “Heading” can be edited. Some suggested uses include: author, novel character, historical figure or artist profiles. Even math concepts can be explained with their own profile. I’d love to hear how this page is being used.
Keep track of the sequence of events in the story or process with this main event sequence log.
This Cornell Notes template provides space on the left for key ideas, details on the lines to the right and summary of ideas on the bottom.