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Structure of Class Lectures You may or may not be aware that most lectures are split into 3 distinct parts Introductions Main Body Conclusions and Summaries It can be of benefit to you to identify the parts of the lecture as they occur as each one holds specific clues that will help you to pick up the most important points of the lecture Introductions A formal introduction will help give you an idea of the structure / subject of the lecture. It will help with your anticipation of the structure. It will probably outline the main ideas within the discipline which will help for revision purposes. Introductions in lectures also help with your organisation. Announcements about tests, cancellations etc. are usually made here. Main Body A lecturer will make both major and minor points during a lecture. You must try your hardest not to confuse them. Here is some advice on how to recognize when the lecturer is making an important point. If the lecturer pauses, it is probably to give you time to write down a piece of
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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