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Edld 101 Chapter 6a

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    • 1. Enhancing your Memory and Comprehension
    • 2.
      • P lease E xcuse M y D ear A unt S ally
    • 3.  
    • 4.
      • Visualizations
      • Associations
      • Mnemonic Devices
    • 5.
      • Visualization is forming a mental picture of information you are trying to remember.
      • By seeing a picture in your mind of the content, you will retain more of the information.
    • 6.
      • Association means relating or linking new information to that with which you already know.
      • By connecting new ideas with familiar ideas already rooted in your mind, you can form memorable images to boost immediate recall.
      • Best used to employ short- term recall of facts and details
    • 7.
      • Mnemonic Devices are another type of memory tool best used for short-term recall of details.
      • An effective mnemonic device is simple to devise and easy to remember.
      • Disadvantages to using mnemonic devices:
        • You are remembering not learning information.
        • They can be cumbersome to create and easily confused.
    • 8.
      • Red
      • Orange
      • Yellow
      • Green
      • Black
      • Indigo
      • Violet
    • 9.
      • ROY G. BIV
    • 10.
      • Visual
        • Make color coded study cards
        • Use sticky notes as reminders
    • 11.
      • Auditory
        • Recite aloud while reviewing
        • Create a catchy rhyme, jingle, or song as a memory device
        • To strengthen recall, imagine hearing the information.
    • 12.
      • Kinesthetic
        • To strengthen memory, use all of your senses– sight, touch, taste, smell, and hearing.
        • Move about and read aloud while reviewing.
        • Act out roles, play charades, and develop games to help you remember.
    • 13.
      • Read/ Write
        • Rewrite as a method of review
        • Separate and write out details of each step for a problem or process, such as with math and science coursework
        • Create mnemonic devices by using the first letter of the word to develop a new word or phrase.
    • 14.
      • Six Ingredients to enhance Learning.
      • Three Ways to Enhance Memory.
      • Learning Styles and Memory Enhancing Strategies
    • 15.
      • Turn to page 110 in your text book.
      • Complete the summary grid and prepare for quiz on Wednesday.