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How To Take Good Notes

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on 28 June 2014

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Transcript of How To Take Good Notes

When taking notes:
Ways to Organize your notes
Phase 2
Phase 3
How To Take Good Notes
Thank you!
Higher Order Questioning
To understand and internalize the desired information

It is in our nature to be critical thinkers
Before taking notes use
prereading strategies
What is Critical Thinking?
Good note taking begins
with c
ritical thinking
Critical Thinking Leads to Asking Questions
Questioning helps me engage with
the text and understand it better.
Use Socratic Questioning
Pre-reading Strategies
Textbook Note-Taking
Cornell notes
Graphic organizers
Annotating your book or
Clarification: "How does this relate to our discussion?"
Assumptions: "What can we assume from what we read?"
Reason and Evidence: "What are some examples the author uses to support his claim?"
Viewpoints and Perspectives: "What is the counterargument?"
Implications and consequences: "What are the consequences of that assumption?"
Questions: How does this apply to everyday life?
How does questioning
help me take good notes?

Read chapter summaries first
Look at all visuals
Turn headings into questions
Write any words in bold
Write main ideas and supporting points
For Academic Articles

READ the Abstract First
Highlight theories and opinions, author's interpretations
In the MARGIN: Ask questions, reflect, summarize,
and predict
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