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So what exactly is academic listening, and why is it important to be
able to take good notes? I believe that your answer and your
attitude toward these two questions will heavily influence your academic success. By academic listening,
I mean university lectures. When professors present important
information that students need to understand and will be responsible for. Lectures in university settings vary,
as much as people vary themselves. Some speakers are dynamic and engaging to listen to as they relate
their message clearly to the students. Others may present their information as
if they were reading their notes word for word and are not aware or even care
that their audience is even there. Others may speak too fast or too slowly,
some may go off topic often, some may use a lot of confusing and
new vocabulary. In any case, students,
you are responsible for the information. In this course,
I hope to provide you with strategies and tools that will help you listen
to different kinds of lectures. I hope that you will be able to identify
the message which includes the topic, organization, the main ideas and
details and the attitude of the speaker. So on to the second question. Why is it important to learn
the skill of taking notes? Students may claim that they have a really
good memory, and they don't have to take notes or that they just can't listen and
write at the same time. Some may say that they will
just record the lecture, so they can listen to it again at home. These statements maybe true, but they are poor excuses to use to get
out of learning to taking notes. The aim of taking lecture notes is to
put the ideas of speaker on paper in a way that you can quickly know the topic
of the lecture, the main ideas, and some details that support the main
ideas, when you just glance at your notes. You should be able to summarize
the lecture to a classmate, if you've taken effective lecture notes. Taking notes will allow you to
remember the contents of a lecture for weeks, month and even years. Taking noted while listening to
a lecture is a learned skill, it just needs to be developed. Lastly, it's fine to have a recording of
a lecture to refer to later, but it's not good use of your time for you to sit
and listen to the entire lecture again. It's much smarter to select
the important information and to write it down in an organized way so
that you can review the key information. Listening is perhaps the hardest
language skill to improve. In order to improve your listening skills, I believe that you need to be
convinced that listening and note taking are important skills and
that you have the ability to develop them. In this first module,
you'll reflect on tips that can help you improve your
listening and note taking skills. The 12 tips are presented in the online
exercise as well as in the handout. Take your time and
consider which of the 12 tips you can incorporate in your own
personal note taking process. [MUSIC]

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