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Note Taking

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Kirstin Morris

on 14 September 2016

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Transcript of Note Taking

Note Taking
1o Tips for Note Taking
January 2014
1. Concentrate on the "meat" of the subject

Watch this video:

Take thorough notes on this video using the note taking skills we explored in this lesson.

Then, either using a concept map, a traditional outline, phrases, definitions, the Cornell method, or a strategy of your own, organize the information
Why do we need notes?
review important things study

remind us of things to do stay organized
Notes help us:
2. Keep it short
3. You should use your own words, but try not to change the meaning.
4. Don't take notes just to be taking notes!
5. Have a short form system.
6. Leave white space.
7. Don't worry about missing a point.
8. Don't keep notes on oddly shaped pieces of paper.
9. Rework your notes afterward.
10. Review!
Note taking
1. Observe

2. Record

3. Review
A 3-part process:
Complete assigned readings before class.
Don't let your attitude about the instructor's style, appearance, etc., get in the way of learning.
Relate the class to your goals
Participate in class activities
Bring your materials
keep organized notes - name of class, date, page number
An important part of note taking

Review within 24 hour
- saves time later when studying
- moves information from short term to long term memory

Edit notes
- fix illegible words, mark things you don't understand, make sure notes are labeled properly

Fill in key word column (if using the Cornell method)

Short weekly reviews

Create summaries
What's your note taking style?
Concept Map
Cornell Method
Some More Tips
1. Use dashes when you miss something.
2. *****use symbols to call attention*****
3. Don't erase a mistake, and don't scribble it out either.
4. Abbrv.
Common abbreviations
No. or #
w/ or w
Homework due before next Wednesday:
How many more can you think of?
chocolate cake - delicious because:
a treat
Chocolate cake is delicious because it is a sweet, chocolatey treat.
Cake: a baked treat made from sweet light batter.
Chocolate: a delicious ingredient from the fruit of the cacao plant.
Chocolate Cake
Sweet and chocolatey
Homemade or store bought
retrieved from: http://www.princeton.edu/mcgraw/library/for-students/great-notes/
Use keywords, rather than complete sentences
standard abbreviations
Use pictures and diagrams
Bring any notes posted online
Use index cards
Use "I'm lost," or "this is important" signals
Leave white space
Ellis, D. B. (2006). Becoming a master student
(Canadian 4th ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
This book is available at our library at this call number: LB2343.3 .E44 2006b
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