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Note Taking

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Delia Gallegos

on 1 November 2012

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Summarize and Note taking use key words and phrases
use symbols and abbreviations
put only one fact at a time
paraphrase when is possible
use synonyms Cornell Notes
Outlining Method
Mapping Method
The Sentence Method
Webbing Method
Paragraph With Pictures

Summarize on Bottom Why we need to take notes? Why is important to take notes? Note Taking Method Do not try to write everything down!
your goal is to extract the professor's main points.
how do you identify the main points?
the professor will give you signs consciously or subconsciously .
the professor will say this is going to be in the test , or he repeats the same information several times, writes information on the board.
first, second and third .
don't forget the emphasis How to Write Down the Main Points of the lecture? "Organized notes, will help you identify the core of important ideas of the lecture.
The lecture of that day might not have information available anywhere else; therefore, it is your only opportunity to learn it.
recording information will help you to remember better.
Class assignments are given in the lecture. Summarizing helps long-term memory Summarizing The five R's
Record: Get the main ideas and facts.
Reducing: To summarize and pick the most important term.
Reflecting: review what the ideas mean to grasps the ideas.
Review: go over the material that's covered in class.
Recitting: Review your notes from time to time,specially after class.
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