Want to improve your recall and retention from lessons and self study? You can use this 8.5"x11" notebook to take notes with the Cornell Notes method. The Cornell method provides a systematic format for condensing, organizing and recording notes. The Cornell Notes method was created so you can take more effective notes in class or while studying yourself. You can use them for any subject and you will soon realize how the system is great for helping you recall and learn the topic well. In the "Notes" section of the page you take notes while in the "Cue" column you select key words or questions that will best help you remember the information. In the "Summary" section you add a concise summary of the notes you have taken. A guide to using the Cornell Notes method is included on the first page of the Spicy Journals notebook. Part of the Live Life to the Full Notebook not Ebook series with cover design by "annumar" - "#LIVELIFETOTHEFULL - Life is a Dream. Realize it!" on a red cover. The notebook is perfect bound so that pages will not fall out and has a soft yet sturdy cover. Our notebooks all have a distinctive, colorful cover. To see our full range of notebooks and journals visit us at Spicyjournals.com or click on the Amazon author link for Spicy Journals above.
Focusing exclusively on management, this new book describes the oral health care delivery system and the interrelated roles of dental hygienists and dental assistants. The unique focus on the management side of dental hygiene provides students with knowledge and skills vital to professional growth. Terminology and principles give readers a comprehensive, basic foundation. Contributing writers introduce realistic examples and experiences, as well as the skills needed to address the health care delivery issues.
"How the Other Half Lives" is a chronicle of the conditions of abject poverty that the residents of the slums of New York at the end of the 19th century had to endure. Riis, who as an immigrant himself lived in these tenements on the lower east side of Manhattan, exposed the horrible conditions while working as a reporter for the New York Tribune. This book when first published in 1890 shed a much-needed light on the conditions of the poor. Presented here is a reproduction of that original 1890 edition with the numerous illustrations included in that volume.
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