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Less. 15 Improving Your Memory

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  • 1. Improving your memory
    Lesson 15
  • 2. Short Term Memory
    Keeps certain info
    Phone numbers
    Cramming for test
    Spelling words
    Memory verse
  • 3. Long Term Memory
    Stores larger amounts of info for up to a lifetime
    Short term memory can shift to long term
    Stored for easy retrieval
  • 4. Learning
    Dependent on ability to remember
    Goal
    Store info in long-term memory
    Review info
    Interest
    Trick yourself just like commercial jingles
    Repeat info/Retell
  • 5. Develop a Memory System
    Be attentive to visual and audio info
    Practice comprehension and retell in your own words
    Regularly review info
  • 6. Memory
    Measured 3 ways
    1. Recall
    2. Recognition
    3. Relearning
  • 7. Recall
    Ability for instant reach of learned info
    Used to answer essay or fill-in-the-blank type questions
  • 8. Recognition
    Ability to associate known info to unknown info
    Used in multiple-choice or matching questions
  • 9. Relearning
    Ability to learn something over again, but forgotten due to NO review or use
    Takes less time than 1st time around
    Periodic review helps
  • 10. Mnemonics
    Uses association
    Uses awareness
    Uses concentration

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