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Effective listening and Note-taking skills Stella Liao Keelung ZhongShan Municipal High School firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduce how to listen effectively by using note-taking skills Practice note-taking skills Review relevant teaching tips Overview
receive 1 attend 2 Assign meaning 3 Long term memory 4 Retrieve 5 How does the Effective listener do?
Unprepared for the discussion The lack of background knowledge The lack of visual cues Inability to get things repeat Limitation of word stock The speed is too fast The text is too long The theme is unclear The listenerThe text What interferes the listening comprehension?
Taking notes helps students to~ Be active in the listening develop a sense of being an effective listener learn to recognize main ideas prepare for the exams, quizzes Why Note-taking skill?
Note-taking Self-assessment Self-assessment Examine your note-taking skill
Glove puppetry has long been an important part of Taiwanese culture. It was introduced to the island from the southern region of Fujian Province in China about 250 years ago. At that time, people went to temple festivals to enjoy puppet shows. The shows’ live music, colorful costumes, graceful puppet movements, and familiar scripts based on classic Chinese stories easily captured the audiences’ interest. From then on, glove puppetry became more and more popular. Reading (Glove puppetry in Samin Publisher)
colonial period Drastically made a rise to visual and audio effects grotesque characters Pre listening
Listen & get key words Trigger out main ideas Listen to get supporting details Delete unimportant messages Discuss & clarify 1 st Draft (main ideas) 2 nd Draft (supporting details) While-listening
While-listening: Formal Outline Glove puppetry A. puppy show i.250 yrs fr. China ii. Music, costumes, movement, Chinese stories iii. Temple festivals enjoy shows
Note-taking skill: Students will learn to… observe record review
Refined worksheet Cue column 1 st round2 nd roundOutline New words / question Purpose: listen to key words Purpose: get main ideas + details Purpose: draw an outline Summary Reflections Date: Unit: Name: No.
Direct statements (listen for~) The speaker gives Introduction, concluding words, and transition words/phrases Observe - observe an event before taking notes
Repetitive words/ phrases The speaker repeats what has been said, repeats the textbook, takes more time on one area, Observe
Important points spoken in more slowly and clearly pace The speaker pauses, increases volume, changes pitch of voice Observe While-listening activity: Note taking
Body gestures or mood The speaker uses body language (facial expression, gestures, posture, pace) writes on the chalkboard Observe
Record _ Steps to take notes : 1. Listen for KEY WORDS Just as this animated film shows, polar bears are at risk of extinction. They not only have been over-hunted and badly affected by water and air pollution, but now are also being threatened by global warming. Name, Example Term Definition Effect
Record _ Steps to take notes : 1.easy to read + remember 2. easy to add points later polar bears are at risk of extinction. They not only have been over-hunted and badly affected by water and air pollution, but now are also being threatened by global warming. 2. Use space. Move your hand. While-listening activity: Note taking
3. Use headings to organize ideas Gas Use -Factors Europe U.S Less good hwys More $$ cheap gas More trains auto ind. +pub transp. oil comp. Gas Use -Factors Europe U.S Less good hwys More $$ cheap gas More trains auto ind. +pub transp. oil comp.
4. Use symbols and abbreviations. Symbols: W/ with W/O without b/4 before # for number x for times / for per Abbreviations: appropriate approp. large lrg. Students sts. Information info. “globalization” “gl?tion”
5. Use an to show relationships Formal Outline Notes on Notes: 11/26/2012 I.Uses of Notes A. identify major points B. identify minor points II. 3 different N.T. systems: A. running text Notes on Notes: 11/26/2012 Uses of notes identify major points identify minor points 4 different N.T. systems: running text Informal Outline