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### Memorization

1. 1. MEMORIZATION How is it possible???
2. 2. STARRING  Acronyms  Acrostics  Rhymes  Loci  Keywords  Image naming  Chaining
3. 3. ACRONYMSAn acronym is an invented combination ofletters.Each letter is a cue to, or suggests, an item youneed to remember.
4. 4. ACRONYMSPEMDAS, sequence in solvingor evaluating math equationsParenthesis | Exponents |Multiplication | Division |Addition | Subtraction
5. 5. ACRONYMS ROY G. BIV, the colors of the visible spectrumRed, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet
6. 6. ACROSTICan invented sentence or poem with a first letter cue:The first letter of each word is a cue to an idea you need toremember.
7. 7. ACROSTICan invented sentence or poem with a first letter cue:The first letter of each word is a cue to an idea you need toremember. Sequence in solving or evaluating math equations (order of operations) Parenthesis | Exponents | Multiplication | Division | Addition | Subtraction
8. 8. RHYME-KEYS: (FOR ORDERED OR UNORDERED LISTS) Watch Spoon Shirt Towel
9. 9. Two blue TOWEL SHIRT bubbles A towel hangs onWATCH a Your shirt dries in bounce on the back door.one ton a tree your FOUR:DOORweight fall. THREE: TREE SPOONONE: TON TWO: BLUE 1 2 3 4
10. 10. THE METHOD OF LOCI: (FORA P P R OX I M A T E L Y T W E N T Y I T E M S ) Good for kinesthetic learners Imagine yourself walking through the location, selecting clearly defined places--the door, sofa, refrigerator, shelf, etc. Imagine yourself putting objects that you need to remember into each of these places by walking through this location in a direct path.
11. 11. LET’S MEMORIZE NAMES OF PRESIDENTSGEORGE WASHINGTON, THOMAS JEFFERSON,AND RICHARD NIXON