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The average student takes notes at a rate of one-third of a word per second,
the average teacher speaks about two to three words per second. Bottom line,
If you're trying to copy down everything your teacher is saying while he drones on about Shakespeare
you're going to fall seriously behind.
Note-taking is an important skill in and out of school, you can make the difference between
passing and failing a test, excelling at a job or
even enjoying a complicated movie. And most of us don't do it well
Welcome to WellCast! We took a viewer suggestion for this week's episode
The art of note-taking. We're going to give you a three-step method for taking notes that would actually help you learn.
Numerous studies over the years have proven what's already pretty obvious.
People who take notes remember the material better than those who don't
But how much better? A 1970's study by developmental psychologist Michael Howe
found the students were seven times more likely to remember facts one week after hearing them if they took notes.
But here's the thing, most people don't know how to take notes
We're taught from a very young age that when a teacher starts delivering a load of information
For example, Shakespeare described Romeo and Juliet's love is star-crossed.
We should start writing down as much what they're saying as possible
Well, this is an incredibly inefficient way to take notes
Why? You're not actually learning anything
You're simply acting as a human audio recorder. A recorder by the way that only
picks up one out of every ten words
and you're saving the learning for later when you'll have an even less complete lesson plan to look over
Note-taking should actually act as a form of learning. Something that helps you work your way through the lesson
as the teacher is giving it.
So that when you leave the classroom already understand the concepts.
So how do you do that?
We have a three-step method for taking the kind of notes
that force you to learn the material inside the classroom and not out.
Pause and print the sheet and put it in your binder
Ready for your next class. Finished? Okay let's go!
Step 1: don't write down facts
Write-down conclusions. Don't worry about capturing every single thing your teacher's saying
spend more time listening, trying to understand the lecture
When you do start writing, format your notes as a series of questions posed by the teacher's lecture, filling your own answers.
For example, question: what is the central theme in Romeo and Juliet?
Conclusion: more than being a tragic love story
Romeo and Juliet is about the consequences of deeply hell
This way, you're recording the importance
of what the teacher's saying and not just raw facts. When you do need to include data,
Add only the most important points under each question
This is the evidence for each question's answer
Step 2: Use colored pens
Yap that's right! This will help you remember your notes visually.
Also, if you establish a set template for your notes
you'll be able to take them more efficiently
Write questions in red, definitions in blue, conclusions in green.
Step 3: Review your notes, don't relearn them.
Spend at least ten minutes organizing your notes after class. Wanna test your comprehension?
Try teaching the material to your classmate. This will be a great marker to see if you've actually learned anything.
Note-taking is a valuable life skill. It doesn't lose its utility when you graduate
Why don't you integrate note-taking in your daily life?
You'll soon find yourself in the exclusive and creative group of people
bring out their Moleskines at lectures, movies, and TED
Alright Wellcasters, let's recap. Today we learned how to take notes in a way that ensures you learn the material during class time and not after.
First, write down your conclusions instead of a barrage of facts
Second, use your questions to make connections
and third, spend 10 minutes going over these notes
at the end of class and if you should choose, try going over these notes by teaching them to a classmate or friend.
Who was that lady?
Okay, did these tips help? Let us know!
or if you have a wellness topic that you'd like it to be covered
Throw us an email. We love to see your notes!
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