#1 The Science of Taking Great Notes: Natural Observation

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Course Description

This is a four-part Lesson: Part 1, Students will create a Noteboard, fashion a system of abbreviations and symbols, adapt the T.A.P. method, learn the importance on gathering good information and organization, the art of note-making, and learn how to take notes from a book chapter; Part 2 will be methods of note taking, notes from lectures, presentation of book chapter summary, discovering the antagonist and the protagonist in stories, how to take notes while watching a movie, creating a “Rockin Study Space,” and taking notes from radio or podcast; Part 3 Students will review notes from lecture and video, learn how to take notes while doing natural observation, and look at websites; Part 4 will be how to take notes from journals and articles, tips on memory retention, how to do in-text citations, and close with doing a bibliography.

In this Lesson Students will learn proven and easily applicable methods of being motivated to take great notes from various genres: videos, websites, journals, audio, books, lectures and more. In this four-part course, Students will learn how to take great notes, and the consequences of not doing so, and learning how to make your notes “stick.” A 'Noteboard' will be created and used as a template for all note taking exercises, and sixteen motivational tips will help guide the Student towards good habits, better all-around performance, and the end product of taking great notes.

Expected Outcomes

  1. This is a four-part Lesson: Part 1, Students will create a Noteboard, fashion a system of abbreviations and symbols, adapt the T.A.P. method, learn the importance on gathering good information and organization, the art of note-making, and learn how to take notes from a book chapter; Part 2 will be methods of note taking, notes from lectures, presentation of book chapter summary, discovering the antagonist and the protagonist in stories, how to take notes while watching a movie, creating a “Rockin Study Space,” and taking notes from radio or podcast; Part 3 Students will review notes from lecture and video, learn how to take notes while doing natural observation, and look at websites; Part 4 will be how to take notes from journals and articles, tips on memory retention, how to do in-text citations, and close with doing a bibliography.
  2. In this Lesson, Students will learn proven and easily applicable methods of being motivated to take great notes from various genres: videos, websites, journals, audio, books, lectures and more. In this four-part course, Student will learn how to take great notes, and the consequences of not doing so, and learning how to make your notes “stick.” A 'Noteboard' will be created and used as a template for all note taking exercises, and sixteen motivational tips will help guide the Student towards good habits, better all-around performance, and the end product of taking great notes.