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Note making is the art of being able to abstract the relevant ideas (main & subsidiary) while going through information/study material / report / reading material etc. Note making. LET US LARN THE ART AND IMBIBE THE ABILITY. USES It is a useful skill which helps to

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Note making

Note making is the art of being able to abstract the relevant ideas (main & subsidiary) while going through information/study material / report / reading material etc.

Note making

LET US LARN THE ART

AND

IMBIBE THE ABILITY


Note making

  • USES

  • It is a useful skill which helps to

    • remember the information gathered

    • make quick revision before exams

    • store supplement material taken from reference books and journals

    • condense lengthy lesson into shorterones

    • understand better


Note making

Purpose

TO GATHER INFORMATION ON A SPECIFIC TOPIC


Steps to make notes

STEPS TO MAKE NOTES

First :

Read the passage to know the theme and subject

Second :

Read carefully underlining or mentally making notes of main ideas.

Third :

Add the sub points which supplement the main points


Note making

Characteristics of good notesA) Brevity: note should be brief and to the pointB) Relevance: note should be relevant to the topic.C) Clarity: note should not be so brief that their clarity is lost.D) Note-form: Logical sequence should be maintained. The notes can be in various forms: 1) In sequence 2) In order of importance 3) As a flow chart 4) In a tabular form 5) Any other suitable methodsE) Abbreviations and symbols will have to be used.F) Include all the important information. Do not sacrifice relevance at the altar of brevity.G)The logical presentation should have headings and indented sub-headings.


Note making

  • What kind of abbreviation to use

  • Capitalized first letter of word: e.g. UNO for United Nation Organisation

  • Symbols:

  • i.e. that is

  • ↑ Rising

  • @ at the rate of

  • e.g. for example

  • = equal to

  • o circle% percentage

  • + in addition to

  • &and

  • /or

  • viznamely

  • etcand so on


Note making

3. Using abbreviations

Dr. Doctor

Prof.Professor

4. Using numbers for figures

12m12 meters

27kg27 kilogram

5. Using the first few letters of the word

edu. Education

tech.Technical

6. Using the first few and last letter of the word

govt.government

std.standard

7. Using the first few and last few letters of a word

rlgn.religion

ltd.limited

8. Using short words for long words

coppoliceman


Marking scheme

Marking Scheme

  • Title : 1 Mark

  • Content (minimum 3 headings/sub headings with proper indentation and notes):3 Marks

  • Abbreviations/Symbols (any 4):1 Mark

    TOTAL:5 Marks

NOTE:

1. The note should include the main points with suitable titles, sub titles and recognisable abbreviations.

2. Complete sentences are not accepted as notes. If any candidate writes complete sentences ½ mark will be deducted from the total.

3. Numbering of points can be indicated in different ways and these should be accepted as long as a consistent pattern is followed.


Note making

LAYOUT

  • TITLE

  • 1. Main Heading

  • 1.1. Sub heading

  • 1.1.1.Sub Sub heading

  • 1.1.2.Sub Sub heading

  • Main Heading

  • 2.1. Sub heading

  • 2.1.1.Sub Sub heading

  • 2.1.2.Sub Sub heading

  • 3. Main Heading

  • 3.1. Sub heading

  • 3.1.1.Sub Sub heading

  • 3.1.2.Sub Sub heading

  • 3.2. Sub heading

  • 3.3. Sub heading

Key to Abbreviations & Symbols

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.


Note making

Life in ancient Egypt was centered largely on agriculture. The majority of the people were involved in farming, and the growing season lasted eight-nine months. Wheat, fruits and vegetables were the principal crops, although there was some pastoral farming of cattle, sheep, or goats. Farmers in ancient Egypt worked to reach a level of subsistence so that they could feed themselves and pay their taxes. During the annual flooding of the Nile, which typically lasted from July through November, farming was impossible. But when the waters receded, a thick layer of fertile silt over the farmlands remained to insure rich soil for their crops and thick grasses for their grazing animals.

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Note making

Life in ancient Egypt was centered largely on agriculture. The majority of the people were involved in farming, and the growing season lasted eight-nine months. Wheat, fruits and vegetables were the principal crops, although there was some pastoral farming of cattle, sheep, or goats. Farmers in ancient Egypt worked to reach a level of subsistence so that they could feed themselves and pay their taxes. During the annual flooding of the Nile, which typically lasted from July through November, farming was impossible. But when the waters receded, a thick layer of fertile silt over the farmlands remained to ensure rich soil for their crops and thick grasses for their grazing animals.

Mainly agriculture - growing season - eight-nine months – wheat fruits vegetables – pastoral farming :cattle sheep goats - feed themselves - pay taxes - annual flooding – Nile - July to November - farming impossible – when waters receded – left layer fertile silt - crops - thick grasses for grazing animals.


Note making

Ancient Egypt

1. Main Profession

1.1. Agriculture

1.1.1. Prin. Crops : Wheat, Fruits, Veggies

1.1.2 Growing Season lasted One Month

1.2. Pastoral Farming

1.2.1. Cattle, Sheep, Goats

1.3. Helps to feed themselves & pay taxes

2. Major Problem

2.1. Annual Flooding of Nile

2.1.1. July through Nov.

2.1.2. Farming Impsbl.

3. Boon

3.1. When water receded

3.1.1. Left layer fertile silt

3.1.2. Crops & thick grasses for animals

Key to Abbreviations & Symbols

1. Prin.Principal

2. VeggiesVegetables

3. Nov.November

4. Impsbl.Impossible

5. &And


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