Unformatted text preview: Notice the following things about this sample outline: 1. It is spatially organized (that is, there are indentations to show which are examples of the big heading)—it is important to avoid just having bullet points which list information, but do not show you at a glance, how the information is organized. 2. Refrain from putting too much information on the outline. You can actually create an outline without much thought (by just copying notes/textbook information). Instead, create a “skeletal” outline-- it can also serve as a self-test when you review for an exam, e.g., you can look at a key word (e.g., “Dendrites”) and then see how much you can recall about it. If you can’t recall much information about it, it is a clue that you don’t know enough about it. Then, you should go back and study your notes, textbook. 3. This outline was based on part of the textbook (part of Chapter 2), but you may want to base your outline on the PP slides—as the slides are meant to emphasize the concepts which are particularly important, as well as give you...
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