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Note Taking Tricks

Use the Google search box to find exactly what you're looking for, including answers to math problems and the current weather.
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Lindsey Wilcox

on 26 November 2010

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Transcript of Note Taking Tricks

Note Taking Tricks
Objectives and Questions
Read the section objectives
Example:
Learn why people form groups.

Describe the five major social institutions.
Turn the objectives into questions
Create
Example:
Why do people form groups?

What are the five major social institutions?
Answer with a partner...
What are the 5 major social institutions?
Name
Headings and Subheadings
Graphic Organizer
A bigger font than the rest of the text and in
RED
Heading
Take out the important information from under each subheading and list it
Subheading Example
located after the heading in
BLUE
Subheadings
I. Participating in a Group
A. Becoming a Group Member
1. Socialization – process of learning how to participate in a group, learning rules of behavior
2. Rules – specific expectations about what behavior should be
Final
Put the main idea or topic in a bubble in the middle
Web
located under the "Reading Preview"
Why do people form groups?

1.

2.

3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Don't forget to leave space for the answers :)
Example:
I. Who is a Citizen?

Take out the important information from under each heading/subheading and list it
Example:
A. Naturalization
Example:
I. Who is a Citizen?
1. Legally a citizen if:
a. born in the U.S. or one of its territories
b. At least one of your parents was a U.S. citizen when you were born (it does not matter where you were born if a parent is a citizen)
c. You have been naturalized: you have gone through the process of becoming a citizen.
1. You were less than 18 when your parents were naturalized.
Draw lines off of the middle to other "bubbles"
And lines off the other bubbles for more info on them
Social institutions
Economy
Family
Education
Religion
Government
Details under headings
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