Part of our Simple Color Covers notebook series...Slate Grey.
The Cornell Notes method provides a way to organize information. It helps with processing, reviewing and retaining information.
There are 3 main sections. The large area on the right is for notes. The area left of the notes is for key points, key words, cues or questions. The bottom area is the summary section. It is where only the most important ideas are recorded.
The Cornell Notes notebook is helpful during meetings, lectures, classes or personal study.
The key to using the Cornell Notes method effectively is using the key points/cues/questions and summary sections.
Notebook/Journal General Info
Dimensions = 8.5" x 11" (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm)
Line Spacing = Medium/College Rule [9/32" (.28" or 7.1 mm)]
Pages = 101 Pages/50 Sheets
Cover = Soft Cover
Lines = no writing lines & Section Dividing Lines are a Gray
The Cornell Notes notebooks are available in a variety of styles, a variety of page counts and with a variety of book covers.
Here can see a preview of the different available page styles, the available colors, and an explanation of the Cornell Notes Method here - https://drive.google.com/open?id=10T2vwygjBepqcBHMTKH4pVJHEWhu8fIq The Cornell Notes Method is referred to by several names which are Cornell Note-Taking System, Cornell Method and sometimes as Cornell Way.
Note...Several summary/index pages were included so a Table of Content can be created, if desired.