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1) Linear Outlines1) Now that we have an idea on what to put into your notes, let's consider how to write yournotes2) first on our list is linear notes. When taking notes in a linear fashion, you record as much aspossible in the order they are presented3) they record ideas using supporting details on separate lines, using indentation to indicate levelsof importance4) Linear notes work best if the lecture is well organized
2) Concept Maps1) on the other hand, if your instructor jumps from topic to topic and back again, aconcept map will work better2) when taking graphics notes with a concept map, your start in the center of thepage with your key concept or main topic, then work your way out.3) each new idea or concept you add should be connected in some way to thecounterpart it comes from.
3) Three Column Note-Taking for Mathematics1) This is a useful strategy of note-taking when equations are involved

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