Main Topic Of Study with SLNR
(SLNR: Solved, Like, Not Like, Recommendation)
SLNR Method (really good note-taking method tip that may change your note-taking today): The 4 pillar notes elaboration (SLNR) technique for any idea: From learning a word to general concepts.
What problems it solved, benefits you got out of it, and others?
What do you like about this?
What do you not like?
Would you recommend this to everyone or depends (at note page bottom or chapter end)?
Basically, this is where we put in most of our usual notes first. You may add more informative notes here as well. Some may support your arguments, state neutral opinions or why you did not get any benefit out of this because the information is not useful at all. We can designate this section to hold a lot of information before commenting on other sections.
The general favourable sentiment goes in this section. When we put in our emotional response into a study topic, we are more likely to connect and engage for better understanding and memory.
The disadvantages or unfavourable reasons will also register with us here. People can remember the adversary more, much like a villain in a story.
Write recommendation notes at bottom of a note page or chapter, add upon experience gathered, much like a seasoned product review. When recommending to others for practical use, speak in the terms and way that someone can understand. Whenever ideas arise, make mental gist notes (summarize in as few words as possible without losing the essence) if you cannot jot down immediately.