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Why do you need to organize text information
Some texts lack subheading

Some texts include details under multiple headings

Some material is better organized with graphic displays.
Headings
Let you know what a selection of text is about
Subheadings
smaller headings that divide the information in a headed section into smaller.
When to take notes?
-as you read the chapter
-After the lecture
-When you prepare for the exam.
How to take text notes
take written notes

outline

modified block notes

summaries
marginal notes
(defintion)
help you focus your reading and can serve as recall cues for your highlighting
Modified-block notes
List all important details directly under each other.
Summary
condensed version of the information, generally written in sentence or paragraph form.
maps
visual displays of text information
line map or wheel map
visual display of information drawn by adding lines or spokes that radiate out from a central hub.
Hierarchical maps
provide a top-down display of information
semantic webs
radiate from a central focal point
Core concept
main focus of the text material you plan to map.
Chart
graphic display of information that shows the similarities and differences of closely related information
How to review text notes
-Recite notes
-Replicate notes
-Recall Questions