Listening 시 따라 적기가 힘들어 abbreviations으로 검색하다가 찾은 내용인데요...
note taking시 유용할 것 같습니다. 물론 이것만으로 충분하지 않고 자기만의 abbreviation을 계속 추가 해나가는 것이 좋을 것 같습니다. 에를 들어 people은 pple.. 이런식으로요.
The use of symbols and abbreviations is useful for lectures, when speed is essential. You also need to be familiar with symbols frequently used in your courses.
|equals/is equal to/is the same as|
|is not equal to/is not the same as|
|is equivalent to|
|therefore, thus, so|
|and, more, plus|
|more than, greater than|
|gives, causes, produces, leads to, results in, is given by, is produced by, results from, comes from|
|rises, increases by|
|falls, decreases by|
|not proportional to|
These can be classified into three categories:
Many are derived from Latin.
c.f. (confer) = compare
i.e. (id est) = that is
e.g (exempla grate) = for example
NB (nota benne) =note well
no. (numero) = number
etc. (et cetera)= and so on
Au for gold
Mg for magnesium
In the case of quantities and concepts, these are represented by Greek letters in many fields.
A or a (alpha) B or b (beta)
Here you can shorten any word that is commonly used in your lectures.
Gov = government
NEC = necessary
Some abbreviations are so well known and widely used that they have become an Acronym - an abbreviation pronounced as a word.
For example , the word 'laser' was originally an abbreviation for 'Light Amplification by Stimulation Emission of Radiation'. It now is a noun in its own right!
You can set down information in a concept map or diagram. This presents the information in a visual form and is unlike the traditional linear form of note taking. Information can be added to the concept map in any sequence.
Concept maps can easily become cluttered, so we recommend you use both facing pages of an open A4 note book. This will give you an A3 size page to set out your concept map and allow plenty of space for adding ideas and symbols.