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10980250Need help with taking notes for the story the rocking horse



and her children?
e style was always
seem to love her chi At last the mother
mother's love
mething! But she di
Children are aware of the lack of their ked her brains, an
What is the family like?
it could not find any
A wealthy family: nice house, garden, ade deep lines com
How does society perceive the family?
owing up, they wo
ust be more money
Social perception is that the mother love her, who was alway
her children
Short summary of notes:
his tastes, seemed
anything worth d
This passage presents an image of the mother and her lack of love and affection for her three children And so the house
eat belief in herself
r tastes were just as
spoken phrase: The
ist be more money!
he, though nobody
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ristmas, when the e
e nursery. Behind th
(Do send answers in for evaluation)
hind the smart doll
ispering: 'There mu
2 .
pre money!' And the
Now it's your turn to demonstrate your ability to use one of the note-taking
ten for a moment. Th
techniques. Read the following passage, found in Form 1 on the next page. It is a the eyes of the other
es, to see if they had
continuation of the short story you've been reading in this lesson. Use one of the
note-taking techniques to record your notes on this part of the story.
here must be more
Use one of the following note-taking forms for recording your notes:
It came whispering
aying rocking-horse
If you plan to make notes using highlighting and margin notes, use the first
wooden, champing
note-taking form, found on page 17.
ting so pink and smi
ar it quite plainly, an
If you plan to use combination notes, use the second note-taking form, found , that took the place
re self-consciously
on page 18.
king so extraordina
If you plan to make notes using the Cornell note-taking system, use the third here must be more m
t that he heard the s
note-taking form, found on page 19.
Yet nobody ever said
erywhere, and theref
e ever says: 'We are
at breath is coming
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