how to take a good note
    

    
    
    


        

how to take a good note

A student making notes

Making notes

Introduction

Write your introduction to The lectures that you attend on your course can provide important information for assignments, exam revision or simply help to extend your knowledge of your own subject. For this reason, it is important that you are able to take good notes while listening to a lecture.the learning point or topic here.

Objectives

In this activity you will explore how to make a good set of lecture notes. You will also identify some useful techniques for taking notes in English while listening.



Activity 1: What makes a good set of lecture notes?

(OP1. Good notes are legible and include a title and dateTIONAL) Write a lead-in to your activity here

Instruction

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2. Good notes should not be more than one page in length

 

Additional Resources

(OPTIONAL) Write a sentence linking any extra resource to the main activity here, making it clear what the purpose of the resource is. Then insert a link to your extra resource here and indicate the file type and size e.g. Transcript ( pdf 30KB). Dependent resources that you might wish to consider including are: a Word doc for the learner to complete; a transcript of an audio or a text for offline reading in pdf format.

Activity 2: Time saving techniques for note-taking

A student on an online course in Business Studies made some notes during a lecture on B2B Enabling Technologies. Part of the lecture focused on problems concerning the use of the Internet for business to business transaction purposes.

Instruction

Study the student's notes on this part of the lecture and then look at the list of note-taking techniques below. Tick the boxes next to the techniques that she used in her notes. Then check the feedback.

Write a sentence linking any dependent resource to the main activity here, making it clear what the purpose of the resource is. Then insert a link to your extra resource here and indicate the file type and size e.g. Transcript ( pdf 30KB).  

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Additional Resources

(OPTIONAL) Write a sentence linking any extra resource to the main activity here, making it clear what the purpose of the resource is. Then insert a link to your extra resource here and indicate the file type and size e.g. Transcript ( pdf 30KB). Dependent resources that you might wish to consider including are: a Word doc for the learner to complete; a transcript of an audio or a text for offline reading in pdf format.

Activity 3: Write the title of your activity here

(OPTIONAL) Write a lead-in to your activity here

Instruction

Write the instruction to your activity here

(OPTIONAL) Insert any additional text here

Write any text for the interactive task item here

Additional Resources

(OPTIONAmy resourceL) Write a sentence linking any extra resource to the main activity here, making it clear what the purpose of the resource is.

 

Then insert a link to your extra resource here and indicate the file type and size e.g. Transcript ( pdf 30KB).

Dependent resources that you might wish to consider including are: a Word doc for the learner to complete; a transcript of an audio or a text for offline reading in pdf format.

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