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Academic Success Program Presents Academic Success Program Presents Ready or Not, Here It Comes: Effective Outlining Strategies for Before, During, and After Class Email Us: email@example.com
OBJECTIVES Learn Like A Champion! 0 Define “Outlining” 0 Identify Content and Formats 0 Before Class: Class Assignments & Preparation 0 During Class: Deciphering What’s Important 0 After Class: Synthesizing Your Notes 0 Practical Exercise in Outlining
DEFINITION 0 “OUTLINING” – Creating a document that represents information covered in an entire class over the course of the semester. 0 CONTENT: 0 Vocabulary 0 Rules 0 Policy 0 Examples and Non-Examples 0 Cases 0 Hypotheticals 0 Unanswered Questions
Two Types Of Outlines 1. “ACTIVE” 2. “FINAL” 0 CASE DRIVEN 0 Case Briefs 0 In-Class Notes 0 20-100 pages 0 Think Daily Details! 0 RULE DRIVEN 0 Synthesized & Manageable < 10% 0 Examples and Non- Examples 0 Think Black-Letter Law!
Getting Started: Before Class 0 Decide on a Method: Handwrite v. Computer 0 Decide on a Template: 0 Table of Contents 0 Class Syllabus – Assignments 0 Commercial Outline 0 Recreate Template in an editable document 0 Save Two Skeleton Copies
BEFORE CLASS: ACTIVE OUTLINING 0 Context –Focus on Relevant Subject Matter 0 Organization 0 Case Briefs: 0 Case Name, Rule, Facts, Reasoning, Holding, Policy 0 Questions: Include Unresolved Questions/Concepts 0 **Practical Tip: AGREE or DISAGREE?
DURING CLASS: ACTIVE OUTLINING 0 Decide Method of Note-Taking: Hand v. Computer 0 Two Most Common Fears of Students: 0 Note-Taking: All or Nothing 0 Getting Called On: The Socratic Method
During Class: Practical Tips on What’s Important 0 Verbal Cues: 0 Hypotheticals 0 Professor’s Own Words 0 Rules 0 Conclusions 0 Rationales & Public Policy 0 Repetition 0 Reference to Authored Book or Article 0 Last Two Weeks of Class 0 Physical Cues: 0 Timing 0 Illustrations 0 Excitement 0 Watch Professor’s Eyes
POST-CLASS: FINAL EXAM OUTLINING 0 When to Create 0 Daily v. Topic Completion 0 What to Include 0 RULES, Policy, Examples or Non-Examples 0 Cases (brief fact to jog memory) 0 Hypotheticals 0 Where 0 SECOND TOC/Syllabus Document created 0 Why 0 Manageable document to prepare for finals 0 How 0 Traditional Outline, Case Comparison Chart, Flow Chart
Examples & Practice HANDOUTS: 0 Case Driven Outlines 0 Rule Driven Outline 0 Case Comparison Chart 0 Practice Question
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