By Kate Williams (auth.)
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5. be selective. Avoid material that's off the point, lengthy illustrations, repetitions. If an illustration helps you understand, note it, briefly. 6. be in your own words. You will often use key words from the text, but be clear about the difference between this and copying out chunks of ready made phrases. This doesn't help understanding. 7. be weIl spaced on the page so you can add to them later. 31 Taking notes from your reading: Key words As we saw in chapter 1 main ideas are indicated in keywords.
3. Poverty? 28% or 217. 4. Representative? Yes. 30% in East London (Booth). ) 17 5. Details? In paragraph 5 words like 'damp, dark slum', 'liquid filth' stand out; paragraph 6 continues 'Broken window panes .. ' etc. 7. Consequences? 1:4 children died, many deformed; paragraph 8 continues: inadequate diet, poor health. 9. Two reasons for 'primary poverty' are given. 10. Reasons for 'secondary poverty' are given. Seit-check From this skim read, you should have a pretty good idea of Rowntree's findings in his study of poverty.
Fa/se. To ignore or discount the views and experiences of other students is a great waste. Some may have considerable experience of an area of work from which you can learn. You can clarify - and change - your own views through discussion with others. Don't be intimidated by your fellow students, though. Mature students often underrate their own experience and abilities and immediately assume that everyone else is cleverer, quicker or more articulate. Try out these points about listening in your lectures and seminars, and even when you listen to the radio or TV.
Study Skills by Kate Williams (auth.)