- Go through a chatroom and make a note of what CGs are posted
- Left column is the album the photo is found in and the number of the CG
(So, for example, the “CATNIP” CG would be labelled as “Common, #6″)
- Right column is the title of the chatroom you got the CG from, plus any additional requirements (e.g. you must answer a certain way in the chat, or you must participate/not participate in the chat)
That’s all! Message me if you have any questions, or comment on this post. I’d really appreciate it if you could reblog this for visibility! If everyone who sees this does just one day or even just one chatroom, we’ll have all the CGs documented in no time ^^ Thank you for all your help!
As a high-school student, I’ve tried my fair share of note taking techniques. There’s the obvious ‘try to write down everything they say’ and then make notes when you have time, but this for me doesn’t work. It’s a load of unnecessary rewriting which takes up time and patience.
If you’re like me, you might need a more organised way of doing things. Look no further, friends, as I have found the perfect way to take notes.
Usually, the process of note-taking involves writing down whatever the teacher/lecturer says, then summarising and working out what you don’t understand so you can revise. The Cornell method does this all in one page.
Here’s how to do it: Get an A4 piece of paper and rule a 2 inch horizontal margin at the bottom of the page. On the left-hand side, rule a 2.5 inch column. This should leave you with an additional 6 inch column. Optionally, rule a 0.5 margin at the top for the date and title.
During the class, take notes in the 6 inch column. Remember to be thorough. After the class (or during if you have time) summarise the notes in the 2 inch margin. Then, write down questions and things you don’t understand in the 2.5 inch column.
The reason this method works so well for me is because of the accessibility of the page: Everything is on one page which makes revision a lot quicker. You instantly know what the topic is about and what you need to revise/work on. It also makes for easy storage - no loose pages everywhere!
To make it easier for you guys, here are some printables I made:
Pictured here is the Greek Temple of Concordia, located in Agrigento, Sicily. It was built approximately 430 BC, and named after a Roman inscription found near the site.
This is certainly one of the best-preserved Greek temples in the world. It’s exceptional state of preservation can be owed, at least in part, to its transformation to a Christian church in the 6th century AD. These Christian refurbishments, however, were removed during the restoration work which took place in 1785. It is actually a rather small temple, a characteristic of Classical temples in Sicily, and has a peristyle of 13 x 6 columns.