All learners take in information differently. Note-taking templates can be helpful tools for organizing your learning. Within this section, you will be introduced to three styles of note-taking templates.
After reading the different descriptions of note-taking styles below, it will be up to you to decide which style of notes you would prefer to utilize.
Styles of Note-Taking:
1. Charting Notes
2. Cornell Notes
3. Mind Mapping
Each note-taking style page contains guided notes for the different sections of Essential Knowledge that you can download from the ‘Downloadable Files’ section.
There are 6 components of the charting notes: main topic, learning objective/outcome, topic columns, idea boxes, key vocabulary boxes, and picture box.
You can access Charting note-taking templates for each section of Essential Knowledge by downloading the corresponding files from the ‘Downloadable Files’ section below.
Note: These PDF files contain fillable blanks so you may fill them in and save them/print out to turn in.
(Click on the titles below to download the PDF files)
Three Styles of Note Taking
Blank Charting Note-Taking Template
Blank Cornell Note-Taking Template
Blank Mind Mapping Note-Taking Template
Analyzing Data Charting Notes Template
Analyzing Data – Completed Charting Notes
Analyzing Data Cornell Notes Template
Analyzing Data – Completed Cornell Notes
Analyzing Data Mind Mapping Notes Template
Analyzing Data- Completed Mind Mapping Notes
Types of Data Charting Notes Template
Types of Data – Completed Charting Notes
Types of Data Cornell Notes Template
Types of Data – Completed Cornell Notes
Types of Data Mind Mapping Notes Template
Types of Data – Completed Mind Mapping Notes
Types of Graphs Charting Notes Template
Types of Graphs – Completed Charting Notes
Types of Graphs Cornell Notes Template
Types of Graphs – Completed Cornell Notes
Types of Graphs Mind Mapping Notes Template
Types of Graphs – Completed Mind Mapping Notes
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