Reading for comprehension the key to reading for academic purposes is to take the information you find in a book or an article and to make it your own – the more you can make what you are learning your own (by writing or repeating it in your own words), the easier it’ll be for you to recall it. It simply means combining your lecture and reading notes into a coherent whole this is a lot more difficult than it sounds it requires you to look at different bits of information, figure out the main ideas and how they relate, and organize them in a way that makes sense. Your response will be judged on the basis of the quality of your writing and on how well your response presents the points in the lecture and their relationship to the reading passage typically, an effective response will be 150 to 225 words. Note taking will make you a better student 3 here are some key points to remember once you are in class and getting ready to do not try to write down every word of the lecture, instead focus on the main points if you have a question, do not be afraid to ask only write. Lecture 5 reading 1 is china abolishing the hukou system by kam wing chan and will buckingham 1 objectives of the hukou system concentrate resources to the industrial regions.
Summarize the points made in the lecture, being sure to explain how they cast doubt on specific points made in the reading passage summarize the points made in the lecture, being sure to explain how they challenge specific claims/arguments made in the reading passage. Thank you for joining introduction to public speaking i am thrilled at the prospect of a global discussion about good speech let's get started 2 readings week one lesson summaries 10m week one assignment check-in 10m the key point speech i love this format it's the swiss army knife of speeches this basic model works in. Here are my lessons learned from the “last lecture”: have specific dreams randy didn’t want to be an astronaut, he wanted the floating to make the point that it’s just a thing it’s the key to relationships, it’s the key to work, and it’s the key to life @ louisa. In short, the course covers the four skills although only listening and reading are tested in hsk at the end of the course, you will be able to understand and use simple chinese phrases, meet basic needs for communication and possess the ability to further your chinese language studies.
The last lecture a guide for educators, parents, and book clubs t he last lecture is a memoir, a celebration of life, and a testament to the power of childhood dreams but it is also, perhaps most of. Writing a summary step 1:take a few minutes to preview the work mark main points and key supporting details, including: summarize the reading “shoes in the shower” (pp 48-51) in one paragraph include citation information and main ideas-paraphrase material using your own words-review what is summary lecture. Note taking techniques many times note taking is one of the most difficult things for a student notes taken during reading or lectures can be one of the • underline or star key points • record lectures if you are having trouble keeping up. Think about it: how many times have you walked into a classroom or lecture hall and heard a teacher reading out the text on slides displayed on the front board the duplicated information—spoken and written—don’t positively reinforce one another instead, the two effectively flood students’ ability to handle the information. For this third step in effective listening and note-taking, we are dealing with what on the surface appears to be the obvious -- that good note-takers are people who read the material in advance that is, the students who take the best notes have done the assigned reading and, accordingly, have little trouble following the lecture or.
Introduction: lecture styles and note-taking techniques aims of this unit reading style conversational style and decide what they think are the key points about starting a university course at edinburgh play the whole video once without stopping it takes about 6 minutes. Focus your attention on what you are reading – and make it easy to see key points when re-reading think more carefully about what the key concepts and ideas in the text are, the bits that are worth highlighting. Each part of each lecture: reading (part 1), interpreting (part 2), and writing (part 3) we imagery, archetype, point of view, and soliloquy upon completing each diagnostic, students are interest through the lecturer’s interpretative reading the reading of a key passage places the.
Lecture 1 introduction to semiconductors and semiconductor devices a background equalization lecture reading: notes and fast transistors are the key building block for fast microprocessors, the brains of computers and countless other smart devices. This is the first lecture in mit's course 1806, linear algebra, and i'm gilbert strang the text for the course is this book, introduction to linear algebra and the course web page, which has got a lot of exercises from the past, matlab codes, the syllabus for the course, is webmitedu/1806. Fixing key terms and concepts in your mind will help you stay focused and pick out the important points during the lecture come prepared with paper, pens, highlighters, textbooks, and any important handouts. Critical reading means being able to reflect on what a text says, what it describes and what it means by scrutinising the style and structure of the writing, the language used as well as the content critical thinking is an extension of critical reading.
Write down supporting information such as key points, background information, dates, key terms, definitions, examples, formulas • listen carefully at the end of the lecture for a summary of the main points from the lecture a create an outline of a class lecture or textbook reading. In order to do well on the toefl, you don’t simply need to be good at english — you also need to know how to take clear and effective notesthis is why we’re giving you 17 expert toefl note-taking tipswith these tips, you’ll be able to answer toefl questions faster and more accurately than ever before. As mentioned in the lecture syllabus, your discussion section grade will total 260 points out of the 500 total points for this class (the other 240 points are from the three in-class exams) assignments and point values for the section are described below. Read these top tips on taking better lecture notes to make sure you are making the most out of your lectures as university it's easier to make out key points in your lecture notes but it's probably best to add these after class when you're reading over your notes again use abbreviations.