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Note-taking is the practice of recording information captured from another source. By taking notes, the writer records the essence of the information, freeing their mind from having to recall everything.[1] Notes are commonly drawn from a transient source, such as an oral discussion at a meeting, or a lecture (notes of a meeting are usually called minutes), in which case the notes may be the only record of the event. Note taking is a form of self-discipline.

Importance of notetaking :You don’t have to rely on your memory later on you could be a fantastic listener to concentrate in your teacher.
What is note taking?
Note taking involves recording ideas and facts that you learn in class to help you remember and use them later. The five R’s of note taking are as follows: Record, Reduce, Recite, Reflect, and Review. Each term is defined at the Dartmouth Academic Skills Center page.
Why is note taking important?
You become an active part of the listening and learning process.
You create a history of your course content.
You have a written record to view or study later.
You reinforce what is communicated verbally.
Examples of note taking methods Outline
I. Preparing to Listen Effectively A. Read assignments before class B. Bring appropriate materials C. Pay attention
II. Possible Listening Barriers A. External 1. Hunger 2. Climate B. Internal 1. Distracting thoughts 2. Stress

Note Taking for a Research Paper
Bibliography Cards and the Three Kinds of Note Cards Bibliography Cards 1. For each source you use in your research, you need one bibliography card, made from an index card. 2. A bibliography card records all the information from a source you will need to make your “Works Cited” page. 3. The card also contains all of the…...

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