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Note Taking - Grade 7

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Jennifer Kotulak

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Determining Relevant Information Plagiarism 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Note Taking - The First Step Why take notes? It helps condense lengthy information
It helps focus on relevant information
It helps organize information
It helps prevent plagiarism Results of Plagiarism Student will redo assignment
The assignment will be graded based on the ‘late policy’ procedure
Head of School will be notified
Parents will be contacted What is it? - Taking someone's work
or ideas and passing them
off as your own. Common Symbols + & plus, and
= equals
- minus
# number
X times
W/ with
w/o without
w/in within What do we take notes for? Note-Taking Workshop Tips for Note Taking Taking better class notes all starts with the process of listening. Becoming a better listener is a talent, like any other, that can be developed through practice. The more involved one becomes in the process of listening, the better one can understand, prioritize and interrelate the concepts presented.

Tips to becoming a better listener in the classroom:
Active listeners focus on what the speaker is saying.
They try to find the important details, and ask themselves questions like "How does this relate to what we talked about yesterday or to what I read in the textbook?"
They think of personal examples that relate to what the speaker is saying.
They picture scenes being described, or draw diagrams in their notes for clarification.
They ask questions and participate in class discussion How do teacher know? - it doesn't sound like "you"
- the vocabulary is beyond your lexicon
- google search

- http://www.turnitoutsafely.com
- turnitin.com
- http://www.scanmyessay.com/detect-plagiarism.php Write your notes in your own words
Make your notes brief (eliminate small connecting words)
Use abbreviations and symbols
If your teacher gives you the notes before class, print them off so you can highlight and write on them. Settlement began in the Ottawa valley in 1800 when Philemon Wright brought his family and several other American settlers to present-day Hull at Chaudiere Falls. At this site, across the Ottawa River from the future site of Ottawa, Wright intended to develop an agriculture settlement. However, it was the timber industry that developed. Wright managed to successfully send rafts of lumber all the way to Montreal and Quebec for export, in spite of the falls and rapids, proving it was possible. Lumbering remained the chief industry for many years. On your history test outline, it states, "Describe the creation of York and Bytown" BYTOWN - 1st Settlers of Ottawa Valley You do not always need to take notes on all the facts in a paragraph
In fact, you are highly encouraged NOT to take notes on everything (use your study outline)
Authors often include colorful words and ideas, but they may not contain the facts you need Determining Important Information TIPS! Use topics to write notes write notes under subject, topic and subtopic headings
This will help you organize the information that you gather (you are then PROCESSING the information)
You can then find the information easily and scan your notes quicker York- Building a Colony's New Capital Lord Dorchester, the governor general, met with the Mississauga chiefs in 1788 to buy land that is now Toronto. When John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, arrived in the colony in 1792, very few people were living in towns. Simcoe established the first capital at Newark (now Niagara on the lake). He soon decided Newark was too near American territory. In 1793 he planned out a town on the shore of Lake Ontario. Local Native people called the place Toronto. This place seemed well suited for defense and transportation. In 1796, the settlement, renamed York, became the colony's new capital.
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