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Universidade de Brasília - UnB Disciplina: Inglês Instrumental I Professora: Sonia Mara Braga Silva Note-taking and Keyword Alunos(as): Francisco Wallison, Lanna Tiany, Sarah Torres e Vinicius Moreira.
Note-taking Note-taking • - Informações de fonte variada • - Essência da informação • - Tem caráter de sentido • Tomar nota é possuir autodisciplina • História • - Gregos antigos desenvolveram a hypomnema • Hypomenma: Gravações pessoais sobre assuntos importantes • John Locke desenvolveu um modelo para livros comuns, assim surgindo o “Bell’s Common-Place Book, Formed generally upon the Principles Recommended and Practised by Mr Locke”
Note-taking Psicologia Cognitiva
Note-taking Exemplo: HINTS FOR GOOD NOTE TAKING -Ten Basic Steps: 1.Don’t write down everything that you read or hear. 2. Notes should consist of key words, or very short sentences. 3. Take accurate notes. 4.Don’t take notes just to be taking notes! 5. Have a system of punctuation and abbreviation that will make sense to you. 6.Keep your notes short and to the point. 7. Don’t worry about missing a point. 8.Keep notes in order and in one place. 9. Shortly after making your notes, go back and rework (not recopy!) 10. Review your notes periodically.
Keywords • Palavra que detecta os termos correspondentes • Localização de algum assunto específico numa pesquisa • Palavras-chaves são o alicerce do texto • Palavras-chaves retornam no texto • Exemplo I: Roteiro de uma dissertação • “A violência na sociedade brasileira: como mudar as regras desse jogo?” • violência sociedade brasileira mudar regras jogo • violência sociedade mudar regras • violência regras
Keywords Exemplo II: “Keywords are the words that academics use to reveal the internal of an author's reasoning. While they are used primarily for rhetoric, they are also used in a strictly grammatical sense for structural composition, reasoning, and comprehension. Indeed, they are an essential part of any language. There are many different types of keyword categories including: Conclusion, Continuation, Contrast, Emphasis, Evidence, Illustration and Sequence. Each category serves its own function, as do the keywords inside of a given category.”
Exemplo III: “The announcement was made by a team of researchers from the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Historic Jamestowne, and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation at a press conference May 1 in Washington, D.C. There are five historical accounts written by or about Jamestown colonists that reference cannibalism, but this is the first time it’s been proven, said William Kelso, director of archeology at Historic Jamestowne.“This is a very rare find,” said James Horn, vice president of research for the ColonalWilliamsburg Foundation. “It is the only artifactual evidence of cannibalism by Europeans at any European colony—Spanish, French, English, or Dutch—throughout the colonial period from about 1500 to 1800.” Portions of the butchered skull and shinbone of a 14-year-old girl from England, dubbed “Jane” by researchers, were unearthed by Jamestown archaeologists last year. They found the remains about 2.5 feet (0.8 meters) down in a 17th century trash deposit in the cellar of a building built in 1608 inside the James Fort site. Kelso then asked Doug Owsley, head physical anthropology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, to examine the remains and determine if she was killed or cannibalized.Kelso said he hadn't believed previous historical accounts regarding cannibalism. He thought they were politically motivated, intended to discredit the Virginia Company—the stockholders who provisioned and financed the settlement."Now, I know the accounts are true," he said. Since the excavation of James Fort began in1994, the discovery is second only to the discovery of the fort, he added.”