GE 101 – Spring 2010
Chapter 5 Quiz: notes
Effective note taking consists of three parts:
Questioning, highlighting, and reviewing.
Abbreviating, drawing, and summarizing.
Observing, recording, and reviewing.
Abbreviating, recording, and participating.
Note taking is useful only if you
Use a computer rather than a notepad to take notes.
Participate as an energetic observer in class.
Take enough notes so that you do not have to review later. d)
Analyze the instructor’s appearance while observing in class.
What is the best way to listen to an instructor’s lecture? a)
Sitting in the back so she will not call on you and interrupt your notes. b)
Hoping the instructor is a good performer and keeps your attention. c)
Listening to the lecture with a plan to read your notes at the end of the week. d)
Sitting as close to the front as possible.
During a lecture, you hear something you disagree with; you should a)
Think about the disagreement internally for the rest of class. b)
Plan a way to interrupt the instructor to ask a question about it. c)
Write down your disagreement and focus on the rest of the lecture. d)
Assume the instructor is wrong and ignore the rest of the material.
The Cornell format of note taking consists of
Symbols, abbreviations, and concepts.
A cue column, a notes section, and a summary.
Outlines, key words, and definitions.
First-level, second-level, and third-level headings
Mind mapping helps you in the note-taking process because it a)
Involves both left-brain and right-brain functions.
Helps you concentrate on the words.
Helps you see if you are really a left-brained thinker.
Shows you how artistic you are.
When taking notes for an online course, it is helpful to
Print everything and read it later.
Skip the notes because everything is on the computer anyway. c)...
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