LRS 107 - Textbook Mastry and Notetaking
Use of college textbooks as study aids, principles of effective text reading, and text study systems. Extensive application of these principles in the student's own textbook. Examination of the organizational patterns, as they exist, in oral communication. Explorations on systems of note-taking and application of these systems to student's own lectures and notes. The instructor will have the flexibility to determine, for each class, the amount of time required for each topic based upon student's needs.
1 Class Hour
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Choose from several note-taking systems and apply them to their current courses.
2. Implement textbook study systems and improve their ability to read effectively and discern important information.
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