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Running head: RECALL ABILITY 1 Recall Ability XXXX XXXXXXX
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RECALL ABILITY 2 Abstract Recall test has been the greater part of the experimental memory. Recently, psychology researchers have focused on process of recognition; however, there have been few differences between the two processes. The purpose of this study is to determine the aspects that are pertinent to an individual’s recall ability, such as visual cues. This study has therefore taken a sample of a University as a mock representative of the human memory. It aims to look at the factors leading to memory lapse and recovery and how the process is affected by other things such as destructions.
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RECALL ABILITY 3 Introduction In education and educational psychology, testing and evaluation are the main methods used to evaluate the progress made by a student. They are also important as tests are used all over the world as basis for bottlenecking opportunities through qualifications based on academic excellence. Tests are used to measure cognitive abilities such as recall and might necessarily be a true measure of intelligence and intellectual ability (Aggarwal, 2009). Despite this, preparations for examination are based on content retention and recall. As such, it is important to improve the recall abilities of students through different policies and methods. To make these improvements, it is important to carryout research on different related domains that could be used to improve student recall and improve performance. In light of that, this paper is an introduction of the study that seeks to understand different factors that affect recall ability such as visual cues and sequence order. Audio-visual education is an important part of the modern teaching/learning process. Parts of the teaching aids that are widely used are visual aids such as multimedia, charts, flashcards and online material. Such material is used in strengthening different teaching skills to make the teaching and learning process more effective (Akram, Sufiana & Malik, 2012). The efficacy is especially raised by the increased attraction and retention of learners’ attention through generation of interest for students with different levels of cognition. A lesson plan can be an effective tool that teachers can use to teach students due to the increased classroom interaction. Thus, the teaching aids or teaching plans provide a student-centered approach and increases recall abilities of students when they are learning different concepts from the various disciplines. Using them, the same meaning is conveyed as done by words but concepts are clearer thus improving recall (Mishra, & Yadav, 2004).
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RECALL ABILITY 4 The integration of teaching aids into the classroom setting helps the students to have a virtual experience. Firsthand experience is a better way of creating educative experiences that would increase recall but where such experiences cannot be practical substitution like teaching aids are handy. According to DeBernardes and Olsen (1948), audio-visual aids also help in increasing discipline within the classrooms students have their attention focused on learning. The
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