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Title: Becoming a Master Student


1
Chapter 5
Notes
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In this chapter
  • The note-taking process
  • Cornell format of note-taking
  • Mind maps
  • Research notes
  • Concept maps
  • Journal writing

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Quote for discussion
I write to understand as much as to be
understood. ELIE WIESEL
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The note-taking process flows
Reviewing
Observing
Notes
Recording
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Observing - Set the stage
  • Complete outside assignments
  • Bring the right materials
  • Sit front and center
  • Conduct a short preclass review
  • Clarify your intentions

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Observing - Be here now in class
  • Accept your wandering mind
  • Notice your writing
  • Be with the instructor
  • Notice your environment
  • Postpone debate

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Observing - Be here now in class
  • Let go of judgments about lecture styles
  • Participate in class activities
  • Relate the class to your goals
  • Think critically about what you hear

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Observing - Watch for clues
  • Be alert to repetition
  • Listen for introductory, concluding, and
    transition words/phrases
  • Watch the board or overhead projector

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Also -
  • Watch the instructors eyes
  • Highlight the obvious clues
  • Notice the instructors interest level

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Record 1. Use the Cornell format of note-taking
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Record 1. Use the Cornell format of note-taking
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Record 1. Use the Cornell format of note-taking
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Record 1. Use the Cornell format of note-taking
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Record 2. Create mind maps
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Record 3. Write notes in outline form
Lesson Topic I. Major
Point A. Supporting Detail B.
Supporting Detail II. Major Point A.
Supporting Detail B. Supporting Detail
1. Minor Point 2. Minor Point
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Record 4. Write notes in paragraphs
Lesson Topic--Note-taking Effec
tive note taking consists of three parts
observing, recording, and reviewing. First,
observe an event. Then, record your observations
of the event. Finally, review what you recorded.
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Record 5. Use key words
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Record 6. Use pictures and diagrams
Lungs
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Record
  • Copy material from the board
  • Use a three-ring binder
  • Use only one side of paper
  • Use 3x5 cards
  • Keep your own thoughts separate

Becoming a Master Student
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Record
  • Use a lost signal
  • Label, number, and date all notes
  • Use standard abbreviations
  • Use blank space

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Record
  • Use tape recorders effectively
  • Use graphic signals
  • Use complete sentences when material is important
  • Take notes in different colors

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Review
  • Review within 24 hours
  • Edit notes
  • Fill in key words in left-hand column
  • Conduct short weekly review periods

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Review
  • Use your key words as cues to recite
  • Consider typing up your notes
  • Create mind map summaries

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Take notes on reading
Review Notes
Research Notes
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Notes for review
  • Compose notes you take in class
  • Mind maps of textbook material
  • Outline of textbook material
  • Purpose Quick review and recall

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Research notes
3x5 card
  • Notes for writing papers and speeches
  • Use 3x5 cards
  • Source cards
  • Information cards
  • Use your own words

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Power process
  • I create it all

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I create it all
  • Move from victim to victor
  • Ask How did I contribute to this outcome?

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I create it all
  • Choosing your response to what happens
  • Choosing your thoughts
  • Choosing your behaviors
  • Caution Apply only to yourself (its not about
    blame)

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Concept maps
  • Make the ideas leap off the page
  • Promote critical thinking
  • Improve comprehension
  • Uncover gaps in logic
  • Form multiple connections between ideas

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Concept maps
  • A visual device
  • to help you
  • discover how
  • the text is organized

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Concept maps 1. List the key concepts in the text
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Concept maps 2. Rank the concepts so that they
flow from general to specific
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Concept maps 3. Draw lines that connect the
concepts
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Concept maps 4. Finally, review your map and
make additions if needed
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Learning across borders
  • Getting the most from distance learning

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Types of distance learning
  • Online Internet courses
  • Telecourses
  • Video-based courses
  • Virtual classroom
  • Telephone or video conferencing

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Tips for Distance Learners
  • Consider the benefits
  • Choose format carefully
  • Manage your time
  • Prepare in advance
  • Ask for feedback

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More tips . . .
  • Contact other students
  • Know the technological ground rules
  • Take responsibility
  • Reflect on your learning

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The art of journal writing
  • Taking notes on your journey

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Benefits of journal writing
  • Hone your writing skills
  • Reflect on your coursework
  • Promote self-awareness
  • Document life experiences, obstacles and
    accomplishments

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Review
  • The note-taking process
  • Cornell format of note-taking
  • Mind maps
  • Research notes
  • Concept maps
  • Journal writing

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Remember - the note-taking process flows
to success!
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