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A continuum of dates and events.
However, timelines need not be limited to two-dimensions. Timelines can be multidimensional (i.e., date, relevant event, another event).
Work for: recording history or biography, but they can also be used to compare and contrast similar events.
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Is a linear method of taking notes that proceeds down the page, using indentation or bullets to denote major and minor points.
Pros: it records content relationship in a way that is easy to review.
Cons: difficult to go back and edit information written in this sy...
The goal is to jot down your thoughts as quickly as possible. Format is kept to a minimum: every new thought is written on a new line.
Pros: Is like free writing for notes.
Cons: lack organization and notes can be hard to understand.
Works for: meeti...
A nonlinear system of note-taking that resembles a tree and root structure: ideas stem from one major concept and are connected by lines (or “branches”).
Pros: works well for visual learners; is tool for analytical-thinkers, because it outlines connections.
Represented by individual steps that start from a problem and lead to a solution.
Each step is denoted by a different kind of shape which symbolizes whether the note requires action or decision. Unlike the timeline, a flow chart can veer in multiple directions, leading to different ...
Instead of taking notes in full sentences, you record only keywords and place them in a chain that maps the thought process, written on a web-like grid, starting in the 1 o’clock position and working clockwise.
Pros: allows you to take notes in “real time”.
Different types of information demand different styles of note-taking. There are lots of reasons to take notes: to retain information, to capture ideas, to problem solve or brainstorm, to visualize complex systems or concepts etc.
But what works for outlining a blog post might not work so ...
Usually comprise overlapping circle that represent sets. A set includes items that all share a specific characteristic.
Although there is no limit to the number of sets you compare, complicated Venn diagrams can be difficult to interpret
Works for: comparing and contras...
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We were taught, from the very first years of studying English, that 'any' and 'some' can be used in similar sentences. However, conversation analysts have come to the conclusion that 'any' usually meets with resistance, whereas 'some' will lead to a better response. This might be because 'any' is...
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