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Q: b) Explain the procedures to be followed when preparing text from notes.
A: Preparing text from notes: Divide your page into 3 columns. The first column should be for your notes based on the reading. [ [ This section may include paraphrased information from the original text, (paraphrasing means to rewrite somebody else's ideas in your own words); or direct quotes. Ultimately, most of your notemaking should paraphrase or summarise the key ideas of the author(s). Use
direct quotes sparingly in assignments and only in situations where they seem to be the most appropriate way of expressing something. The second column is used for the page number on which you have found a particular piece of information. This is essential for two reasons. Firstly, when directly quoting you must acknowledge the page number(s) on which you located information. Secondly, if you need to clarify your notes, you need to be able to quickly locate the information. The third column, which is vital in effective notemaking, is used for your comments on the text. Your comments are important because this is where you relate what you are reading to the various ideas that you are trying to develop, you acknowledge similarities and differences with other authors, or you identify where your knowledge needs further developing. source: ]
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User: b) Explain the procedures to be followed when preparing text from notes.

Weegy: Preparing text from notes: Divide your page into 3 columns. The first column should be for your notes based on the reading. [ [ This section may include paraphrased information from the original text, (paraphrasing means to rewrite somebody else's ideas in your own words); or direct quotes. Ultimately, most of your notemaking should paraphrase or summarise the key ideas of the author(s). Use direct quotes sparingly in assignments and only in situations where they seem to be the most appropriate way of expressing something. The second column is used for the page number on which you have found a particular piece of information. This is essential for two reasons. Firstly, when directly quoting you must acknowledge the page number(s) on which you located information. Secondly, if you need to clarify your notes, you need to be able to quickly locate the information. The third column, which is vital in effective notemaking, is used for your comments on the text. Your comments are important because this is where you relate what you are reading to the various ideas that you are trying to develop, you acknowledge similarities and differences with other authors, or you identify where your knowledge needs further developing. source: ]
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