A Video to deepen the understanding
Before you start the video, we want to introduce a new way of taking notes and watching videos – The Cornell method.
The Cornell method provides a systematic format for summarising and organising notes. In the two-column note-taking method, the sheet is divided into two columns. The column for the notes (usually on the right-hand side) is twice the size of the column for the questions/keywords, which is on the left-hand side. Five to seven lines, or about 5 cm, are left blank at the bottom of the page.
Notes on a text or video are written in the notes column. These notes usually consist of the central content. Relevant questions or keywords that are helpful for later repetition or further processing are written in the left column (these should be written down as soon as possible so that the lecture and the questions are still fresh in your mind).
If you would like to continue using this method, you can find various templates for it here: 37 Cornell Notes Templates & Examples [Word, Excel, PDF] ᐅ (templatelab.com)