Thus, we come to a special method of note-taking that yours truly put together.
It’s not easy, but that’s kind of the point.
• The four steps are: (1) normal notetaking with as much detail as you can, (2) summarizing the information in your own words, clarifying the significance and noting questions, (3) connecting this particular piece of information to the lesson at large, and then (4) answering remaining questions and then summarizing each distinct page or section again.
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