Class Agenda #23 – Cornell Notes Formative Assessment

Opener – Group Juggle Level 1

Laptops- Seats- Regular Groups –  #100 “Crazy,” Gnarls Barkley 

  • For the past 2 short weeks we’ve focused on:
  •  SLT– I can use Cornell Notes to effectively capture, evaluate and organize relevant information from a text.
  • SLT- I can use the Summary Space in my Cornell Notes to summarize how the ideas, themes, or conclusions of a text are developed and connected.
  • Reading- Review Quiz Directions (1 Minute)
  1. Create a Cornell Notes for Chapter II of “The Case For Reparations” in a NEW DOCUMENT
  2. Copy and Paste the Rubric into your document
  3. Share Document with your teacher(s), and Label Chap II Quiz
  4. Prompt for Chapter II- What does the author mean when he writes -“North Lawndale is an extreme portrait of the trends that ail black Chicago. Such is the magnitude of these ailments that it can be said that blacks and whites do not inhabit the same city.” HINT– Segregation
  5. As you Read Chapter II of “The Case For Reparations” CAPTURE ideas in your Note Column (15 Minutes)
  6. Organize your CUE Column using our Cue words: Note, Review, Reflect, Recite, Question, and Vocab (5 Minutes)
  7. Summarize your reading using the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How’s of the Chapter as your guide. (5 Minutes)
  • Discuss-
  • In your Pairs or Triads- Discuss what your supposed to Do in your Quiz
  • Share out-

Quiz Time- 20 minutes

    1. Create a Cornell Notes for Chapter II of “The Case For Reparations” in a NEW DOCUMENT
    2. Copy and Paste the Rubric into your document
    3. Share Document with your teacher(s), and Label Chap II Quiz
    4. Prompt for Chapter II- What does the author mean when he writes -“North Lawndale is an extreme portrait of the trends that ail black Chicago. Such is the magnitude of these ailments that it can be said that blacks and whites do not inhabit the same city.” HINT– Segregation
    5. As you Read Chapter II of “The Case For Reparations” CAPTURE ideas in your Note Column (15 Minutes)
    6. Organize your CUE Column using our Cue words: Note, Review, Reflect, Recite, Question, and Vocab (5 Minutes)
    7. Summarize your reading using the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How’s of the Chapter as your guide. (5 Minutes)
  • Finished Early- Work on HW
  •  Closing Circle – Group Juggle Level III – Animals
  • Homework- Practice note taking by reading articles from the #validus. Work on Cornell Notes in your notebook. One for EACH DAY

NEW- Add the Summary at the end of your notes.

Bonus for the Brave- Summarize your article in the Comments section.

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5 thoughts on “Class Agenda #23 – Cornell Notes Formative Assessment

  1. hstineman

    Sounds good!

    I’m sure this could take the whole period for Angelo, Jordan, Joshua, Freddy, Angel maybe a few more -we’ll see how it goes. I think you/we should explain that we are reserving the back group table (or any table) for students who need extra help with this quiz. I’ll hint to Jordan, Angelo, and Angel to come and work with me…hate to single them out/ require them to come since they are seniors in an 11th grade class but usually they are pretty responsive. Johanna and Elly may also needs help.

    ps: that prompt for chapter II is a doozy

    Reply
  2. Rosalva Rivera

    Title: “Doctors Tell All- And It’s Bad”

    Summary: Sometimes there are situations where one wants to know the answer to a question they may have but never receive an answer. In the article “Doctors Tell All- and It’s Bad” the author Meghan O’Rourke indicates that as a patient she had never been informed about the disease she had and that the communication between a patient and a doctor is difficult. Most of the time when she attended the doctor she was told that everything will be alright and there was nothing wrong with her. Until the day in which she saw a sympathetic doctor which informed her about the diseases she had. The reason for not being informed about her disease before was due to the lack of communication between a patient and a doctor.

    Reply
  3. Machiami Kamara

    Article: ” Doctors Tells All- and It’s Bad”

    Summary: The fear of being in a hospital became known when a doctor becomes a patient. For many years in her early 20s, this anonymous doctor has had a disease in which other specialists weren’t able to figure out what it was. Many trips to the hospital gave the doctor a new insight on what a hospital is really like. From the nurse’s kindness to the imaginable brusque behavior physicians showed. Not only did she have an insight but she developed the fear of being in a hospital.

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  4. Charles Crespo

    Title: This Snapchat Leak Should Warn You to Think Before You Snap

    Summary: Lily Hay Newman is the author of the passage. There are celebrities like Emma Watson that is involved in nude photo leak when being Snapchat. It started in New York. This idea was released on October 12. The celebrity nude photo leak dubbed the Fappening and a marketing stunt threatening to leak naked pictures of Emma Watson both emerged from 4chan. Hackers have a 13 GB cache of sensitive or explicit snaps that would help them match with Snapchat usernames so they would show embarrassing photos to the world when having access to hack people’s account.

    Reply
  5. Emmanuel Candelario

    Doctors tell all

    Summary: Doctors are not always right. They’re are times that professionals don’t know what is wrong with your body, even though they went to school to study all about pain. That person said that they went to the doctor and even though he knew that something was wrong, the doctor was not able to find it. A doctor is a human being and they can make mistakes at times.

    Reply

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