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15 May 2008 Starter : Look at the objects on the next slide for one minute and see if you can remember them. You can write...
 
How did you do? How many did you get?
At the end of this lesson you should: At the end of this lesson you should: Learning Outcomes : How to improve our memory....
Have another go but this time work with a partner and use the sheet provided. Look at the sheet for ten seconds and then t...
Your brain has a short term memory that can hold 7 items or chunks of information. To increase that you need to allow it t...
A mnemonic works by using the first letters of the things you want to remember and creating a sentence.  Try activity 4 on...
Try activity 5 on the sheet, see if you can create a mnemonic or a story for the lists on the sheet.  (10 minutes)
Plenary : Be realistic?    I have learnt …    Target for next lesson …    I am still unsure about …    Strategy … June...
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  1. 1. 15 May 2008 Starter : Look at the objects on the next slide for one minute and see if you can remember them. You can write down a list if it helps.  (10 minutes)
  2. 3. How did you do? How many did you get?
  3. 4. At the end of this lesson you should: At the end of this lesson you should: Learning Outcomes : How to improve our memory. All: Know how to create a mnemonic Most: Know at least two ways to remember information Some: Be able to extend the technique to include more information. 15 May 2008
  4. 5. Have another go but this time work with a partner and use the sheet provided. Look at the sheet for ten seconds and then turn it over and see if you can remember the objects. Try activities 2 & 3 on the sheet, can you remember more?  (15 minutes)
  5. 6. Your brain has a short term memory that can hold 7 items or chunks of information. To increase that you need to allow it to create a story or rhyme which it can place items in. The rhyme is called a mnemonic
  6. 7. A mnemonic works by using the first letters of the things you want to remember and creating a sentence. Try activity 4 on the sheet, see if you can create a better mnemonic for the colours.  (10 minutes)
  7. 8. Try activity 5 on the sheet, see if you can create a mnemonic or a story for the lists on the sheet.  (10 minutes)
  8. 9. Plenary : Be realistic?  I have learnt …  Target for next lesson …  I am still unsure about …  Strategy … June 3, 2009  (10 minutes)
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