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Tintin Rentino

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Transcript of NOTE-TAKING

six R principles of note-taking
Kinds of Notes
writing in CONDENSED form the content of a chapter or a whole book or classroom lectures or speeches.
Mental alertness
ability to SELECT and ORGANIZE ideas or concepts to be taken down
writing down meaningful ideas and facts in a lecture.
Neural networks are computing systems modeled after the brain's meshlike network of interconnected processing elements called neurons. Of course, neural networks are a lot simpler in architecture (the human brain is estimated to have over 100 billion neuron brain cell!) However, like the brain, the interconnected processors in a neural network operate in parallel and interact dynamically with each other. This enables the network to 'learn' from data it process. That is, it learns to recognize patterns and relationships in the data it process. The more data examples it receives as input, the better it can learn to duplicate the results of the examples it processes. Thus, the neural network will change the strengths of the interconnections between the processing elements in response to changing patterns in the data it receives and the results that occur.
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Neural networks are hardware or software systems based on simple models of the brain's neuron structure that can learn to recognize patterns in data.
BRIEFLY & CONCISELY summarizing notes taken down from the lecture
reducing the main idea and facts to form suitable statements for recitation
concerning, as regards, about - re
as soon as possible - asap
sodium - Na
magnesium - Mg
kilogram - kg
greater than - >
thinking of ideas that make your notes more meaningful to you.

reciting of notes frequently either nightly or several times during the week.

summarizing what has been taken down, picking out keywords and concepts and providing clues to details described in notes
Why do we take notes?
Reading Notes
notes you take down while reading a chapter in a textbook, an article from a newspaper or any other periodical
Lecture Notes
notes written from the lectures, reports, speeches, interviews and other speaking activities

The seven stages of relationship development are challenging yet necessary part of life. There’s passionate love, discovery, commitment, power struggles, stability and growth, romantic love, and finally — crisis and recovery. In order to foster a better relationship, it helps to be able to identify your current stage, understand its importance, and know what you must do to break through to the next level.
Stages of Relationships
Seven stages of relationship:

- passionate love
- discovery
- commitment
- power struggles
- stability and growth
- romantic love
- crisis and recovery
to SUMMARIZE or HIGHLIGHT important information
~ Note-taking is writing in reduced form

~ 6 R principles of note-taking:
record, reduce, recite, reflect
review, recapitulate

~ 2 types of notes
reading notes, lecture notes
BSEd 1

Abbreviate the following words:
1. for example
2. considering/regarding
3. with
4. also known as
5. as soon as possible

6. It refers to writing down meaningful ideas and facts in a lecture.
7. These are notes that you take down while reading a chapter in a textbook.
8. It is a mental state where the mind is attentive and lively.
9. These are notes written from lectures, reports, speeches and other speaking activities.
10. A skill needed to be developed to be efficient in college work.
Condense the paragraph.

Why Do People Lie?
By: Mo Fung (Jackie) Chan
One reason people lie is to achieve personal power. Achieving personal power is helpful for someone who pretends to be more confident than he really is. For example, one of my friends threw a party at his house last month. He asked me to come to his party and bring a date. However, I didn’t have a girlfriend. One of my other friends, who had a date to go to the party with, asked me about my date. I didn’t want to be embarrassed, so I claimed that I had a lot of work to do. I said I could easily find a date even better than his if I wanted to. I also told him that his date was ugly. I achieved power to help me feel confident; however, I embarrassed my friend and his date. Although this lie helped me at the time, since then it has made me look down on myself.

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