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By the Waters of Babylon p. 42There Will Come Soft Rains p. 86The Pedestrian p. 95Harrison Bergeron p. 20Searching for Summer, p. 30
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Sophomore Literature

 

Taking Notes

Taking notes is an integral part of learning in school.  You use your notes to review later for renewed comprehension and to be able to use the information within your notes for higher learning..... BUT what do you take notes on?  The bad notes can overwhelm you and suffocate the good notes.  Watch this video for a brief overview of taking Cornell Notes.

 

Mesa HS Sophomore English PLC

Ms. Massey, Ms. Cavolo, Ms. Broberg and Ms. Carrasco-Villalpando

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