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Psyc 1300 A1 O2

Assignment 1 Option 2

24 hours after learning, how much of that information will have already been forgotten? A. 25% B. 50% C. 75% D. 90% C. 75%
Which of the following is not a step of "before taking notes" A. Attend class B. Complete homework C. Record the class D. Prepare a list of questions C. Record the class
Which of the following is not apart of having organized notes? A. Having the course name B. Having the date C. Homework due dates on it D. Reading assignments on the side C. Homework on it
What are concept maps helpful for? A. When lecturers stay on topic B. When the lecturer moves from one topic to the next, then back C. When lectures keep topics separate D. When the lecturer uses an organized powerpoint B. When the lecturer moves from one topic to the next, then back
What are the four levels of a concept map? A. Main though, major thought, minor idea, major idea B. Major point, minor point, major details, minor details C. What notes? D. Main ideas, secondary ideas, major details, minor details D. Main ideas, secondary ideas, major details, minor details
Which of the following is not a verbal cue to start to take notes? A. If you want to look this up for fun B. Let me repeat C. Be sure to get this D. May be on the test A. If you want to look this up for fun
After taking notes you should leave them as is False
The tre strategies of speed note taking are to condense, leave blank space, and to abbreviate. True
A concept map works best with mathematics False
Notes should only have everything the professor says False
Taking notes while attending class is similar to taking notes while reading the textbook. True
Note taking is collecting key concepts, main ideas, and supporting details. True
Instructors will often provide ____ to introduce a main idea or supporting detail, thus helping you decide what to write in your notes. Verbal cues
When you don't understand an idea,____ and ask. Raise your hand
When you listen actively, you're able to ___ back what the speaker says. Reflect
Research shows that first-year students' notes contain only _____ of the important ideas presented during a class. 11%
If you don't ____ the course information completely and accurately, then your entire learning efforts is sabotaged from the ____. collect, start
Listen for additional kinds of _______ ________ such as personal experiences, experiments, dates, names, etc. Supporting details
Name as many of the ways to polish up your notes after each class.(8 total) Finish partial sentences, Expand key words, Fill in spaces with missing information, Correct misspellings, Clarify unreadable words and confusing sentences, Delete unnecessary information, Revise drawings or charts, Correct steps in problem solving
How long do four-year degree and two-year degree students spend in the classroom? Four-year students spend about 400 hours in a classroom while two-year degree students spend about have that time in class.
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