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Web Notetaking with Word

November 10, 2005

Name: Mr. Rhys
Class: 5-302H
Date: 10.24.05

Instructions:
[Make sure you save this document with a new title in your student folder: [“File/Save As”, Student/Documents/your name), file name example: “Hurricane Notes”]
[once you are finished taking notes on an article, “Edit/Copy” the following headings, “Edit/Paste” them after your last summary, and add your notes to them for your next article]

Copy ( these Headings each time you find a new source:
Research Question:
Title of Article:
Web Address (url):
Who is the author?:
How did you find this site?:
Main Idea:
Extracts:
Images:
Summary in your own words:


SAMPLE NOTES by Mr. Rhys

    Research Question: How is Hurricane Wilma going to affect Florida?Title of Article: Hurricane Sweeps Florida

    Web Address (url): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/4369674.stm

    Who is the author?: BBC News World Service

    How did you find this site?: Through a Google News link for the day

    Main Idea: Hurricane Wilma is sweeping over Florida after making landfall near the city of Naples, US meteorologists say.

    Extracts:
    1. Florida residents who had defied evacuation orders were urged to head for emergency shelters.

    “This is a very dangerous hurricane,” National Hurricane Center (NHC) director Max Mayfield said.

    2. Wilma is now moving at 25mph and is expected to reach the Atlantic off Palm Beach County shortly. It is then expected to head north up the coast.

    Images:
    wilma preparation

    Summary in your own words: This article describes the possible path of Hurricane Wilma as it moves past Florida.

    Research Question:
    Title of Article:
    Web Address (url):
    Who is the author:
    How did you find this site:
    Main Idea:
    Extracts:
    Images:
    Summary in your own words:

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