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Note-taking represents the operation of “working memory” – the interface between our attention, our sense of “relevance”, and any task (or even a subconscious “future agenda item” for that matter) we have in mind. In everyday life, most of us take notes very sporadically, only when we want to retain something that we’re sure we’ll...
Area of Practice  Form of Practice/ Repetition Learner Shift During Practice Lower level skills      speech processing: minimal pairs series of pairs of phonological phrases that are identical or “minimally different” (e.g. Do you repair clocks? Do you repair clogs?); students listen and say “same” or “different”. improved ability to detect minimally different words  speech processing:...