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1.What is the note-taking section of the CORE learning system? A. Collect B. Organize C. Rehearse D. Evaluate A. Collect
2.What makes taking notes while attending class more challenging than while reading? A. Instructor rarely ever stops talking B. Instructor might have an accent that's hard to understand. C. Instructor might be poorly organized. D. All of the above D. All of the above
3.Lecture notes taken by first-year students contain what percentage of critical ideas presented during class? A. 50% B. 99% C. 11% D. 0% C. 11%
4.What should you do when you find it impossible to take good notes in class? A. Blame other people B. Complain C. Make excuses D. Make it your responsibility to take good notes. D. Make it your responsibility to take good notes.
5.What should you do when you become unfocused? A. Sleep B. Daydream C. Ask yourself "What's the main point here?" D. Do work for other classes. C. Ask yourself "What's the main point here?"
6.Which of the following will help you improve your note-taking? A. Be organized B. Listen for verbal cues C. Watch for visual cues D. All of the above D. All of the above
1.Students spend nearly 400 hours in a formal classroom in the pursuit of a four-year degree. True or False? True
2. You should write every single word your instructor says in your notes. True or False? False
3. No single method of note-taking works best for everyone. True or False? True
4. It's good to prepare a list of questions you have about the information from previous homework assignments to ask the professor. True or False? True
5. It's important to polish notes you've taken in the past 24 hours. True or False? True
6. Visual cues, like powerpoints, are not important. True or False? False
1. We lost about 75 percent of what we learn within _____ hours. 24
2. It is the _______'s responsibility to take effective notes, not the teacher's. Student
3. To take effective class notes, you need to answer 2 questions: ____ should I write in my notes and _____ should I write that information? What, How
4. Taking full responsibility for your learning outcomes and taking effective notes afterwards regardless of how many obstacles is known as having a _____ mindset. Creator
5. Arrive to class early and choose a _____ seat so you can concentrate on the source of information. Good
6. ______ is essential for learning. Focus
1. What is the goal of note-taking? Short Answer. To collect key concepts, main ideas, and supporting details.
2. What are the two categories of note-taking systems? Short Answer. Linear or Graphic.
Created by: jessal1998