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The student and I discussed the details of her social sciences course and the goals she has for our sessions. Our main focus will be on how she prioritizes and analyzes the information from class and readings. With a few simple techniques, I think she will make real strides and enjoy her class a lot more.
We focused primarily on efficient note-taking from readings today. The bulk of the information from this class is presented in a textbook, and the professor then reviews the information and adds her own analysis. Currently, she takes notes in a very linear fashion without really processing and engaging with the material. I recommend the following strategies:
1. Use the subheadings to guide your notes. Every time there is a subheading in the textbook, write it down as a new section in your notes!
2. Once you have subheadings, fill in 2-3 big ideas from each section. Ask yourself what the author means when they write that subheading. From today's chapter, one of the subheadings was economic problems. Here, your big ideas could be bankruptcy after the war and hyperinflation.
3. Write down all bolded vocabulary words from your readings with a few words explaining why they are important.
4. Write down any and all questions you have as you go along.
Before our next session on Thursday, she will review and make notes on chapters 12, 13, 14 and 16. Then we'll go through her class notes from those topics together and reinforce the ideas. She will also bring a draft of her research paper proposal to edit together."