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Listen to Part Two of the lecture and take notes on your own paper.
Revise and reorganize your notes if necessary.
Exchange your notes with a partner. Use the checklist below to evaluate your partner’s notes. Check (✓) the skills that your partner used.
і_ ! Identifying main ideas and supporting details
HU Recording numerical information HU Using symbols and abbreviations HU Using telegraphic language
HU Organizing notes clearly in columns, a map, or an outline HU Using the lecturers handouts HU Identifying anything that was not clear HU Writing questions and comments
S Work with your partner and review each other’s note-taking skills.
Discuss your questions and comments with your partner. Clarify anything you still do not understand by asking other classmates.
AFTER THE LECTURE
1 Look at the first part of a summary of the lecture. Use your notes to finish writing the summary.
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Msntj More people – are Moving. to cities tcdaij than in the past. There are various reasons for this, Some of which are Shown in the handout frotv Йгепеглег Howard’s booh. The Main reason that мantj people prefer to live in a ci-fy is because there are More jots and More opportunities to earn мопсу in urban environMerrfy Л Second reason is that cities offer comforf and convenience. . . .
2 і Compare your summary with a partner. Remember that your summaries will not be exactly the same.