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My notebook is a prodigy’s regurgitation!
Okay maybe it’s not that bad. I have one notebook for class and one for vocabulary.
Obviously, I don’t really care about keeping nice neat notes. I’m more focused on reading and understanding than writing a lot. However, with my class we get to practice writing and speaking a lot.
I just use it for practice. I don’t care about remembering too much. It’s just a canvas for me.
I know a lot of you guys here are hard core note takers. I prefer to just keep going. Keep reading keep listening. Sometimes I write things out, but that’s a rare occasion. Speak to remember write to forget. But if you speak what you write out, that’s probably not a bad idea.
I will of course chat and make Facebook posts in Korean. It’s not that I don’t write. It’s just not as often as I read.
Here is my vocabulary book. When I learn a new word or look up a word, I just write it down. I don’t care about knowing it perfectly. If I forget the word, I just look it up again and write it down again. I don’t try to find the word very often.
That’s my notebook! That’s how I roll.