Language Objective: I will take Cornell Notes on the differences between polarities in Eastern and Western world view, compare romantic and classic ideologies, and synthesize polarities in my own thinking.
HOPE Squad Nominations
1. Read your Quarter 1 Book for 10 minutes.
Make a copy of the Cornell Notes Template. Name it "Polarities Cornell Notes"
2. At the very top of the template, write your Reading Journal for 10 minutes. Choose one passage in your reading that stood out to you. Talk about how this passage is important in the context of your book and how it changed your thinking about your reading. Include textual evidence.
3. On the right side of your Cornell Notes, take notes on the following articles and clips. Follow the directions in these slides:
Would you consider yourself more of a romantic or a classic thinker? Write for 10 minutes and give specific examples in your writing.
In your Cornell Notes, include:
- Reading Journal
- Notes on Eastern vs. Western viewpoints, polarities, and classic vs. romantic thinking (see slides)
- Summary: Are you a romantic or classic thinker?