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Everson Case Engle v. Vitale Schempp Lenon v Kurtzman Reynolds Note-Taking Skills Day Two Assessment of Note Taking Skills Circle the numbers that describe your note taking approach Prior to the lecture: 1. I read assignments and review notes before class. 2. I come to class with the necessary tools for taking notes. 3. I sit near the front of the classroom. 4. My notes are organized by subjects in my notebook(s). 5. I have a definite note taking strategy such as the Cornell Method. 6. I adapt my note taking for different classes. During the lecture: 1. I date each day’s notes. 2. I use only one side of the page (when appropriate). 3. I put notes in my own words. 4. I use abbreviations. 5. My handwriting is legible so I can study my notes at a later date. 6. I can identify the main ideas in a lecture. 7. I can identify details and examples for the main ideas. 8. I indent examples and details under main ideas to show their relationship. 9. I leave enough space to resolve confusing ideas in the lecture. 10. I ask questions to clarify confusing points in the lecture. 11. I record the questions my classmates ask the instructor. 12. I am aware of instructor signals for important information. 13. I can tell the difference between lecture and non-related anecdotes. 14. I take notes until the instructor dismisses the class. After the lecture: 1. My notes represent the entire lecture. 2. I review my notes immediately after class to make sure that they contain all the important points of the lecture and are legible. 3. I underline important words and phrases in my notes. 4. I identify key ideas and potential questions from my notes and put them in a recall column. 5. I summarize the concepts and principles from each lecture in paragraph form. 6. I review information in the recall column weekly. 7. I make up practice questions based on my notes. 8. I ask classmates for help in understanding confusing points. 9. I utilize my instructor’s office hours to get assistance. 10. I use my notes to find ideas that need further explanation. 11. I can understand my notes when I study them later. 12. I use reading assignments to clarify ideas from the lecture. Learning Lab – Master Student Workshop Page 1
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Adapted from: “Enhancing Students’ Notes through Training and Evaluation,” Norman A. Stahl, James R.
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