0600JournalAssignment.rtf - 6.00 Journal Your journals are meant to help you take notes and study as you move through the modules They should be

0600JournalAssignment.rtf - 6.00 Journal Your journals are...

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6.00 Journal Your journals are meant to help you take notes and study as you move through the modules. They should be completed little by little as you do each lesson, not as a stand-alone assignment to be done all at once. There are 2 options for completing your Journals throughout the course. Once you choose an option for module 1, you need to stick with the same option throughout the course. This will make it easy for you to have all of your journals in one place and in the same format. If the 2 options given do not work for you, please reach out to your teacher for an alternative. Option 1: Use the Template For each term, provide the definition from your e-text or lessons in the course and then how you will remember it. You can use examples, apply it to a real life scenario, put in a picture, or put the definition in your own words. Each term should have a unique trigger to help you remember what it is. Feel free to add other concepts, terms, people, or case studies to your document. Option 2: Index Cards For each module, you will have a separate set. 1 Number and put your initials on the front and back of each card the same way the terms are numbered below. Feel free to add additional concepts, terms, people, or case studies to your index cards. 2 Take pictures of the cards in numeric order in groups of up to 25 at a time (5 rows of 5 cards). Make sure the photos are a high enough resolution that we can read them on the computer screen. 3 Arrange these photos in order in a Word document or PowerPoint presentation, keeping the front and back photos for each group together. (example… slide 1 front of group 1, slide 2 back of group 1, slide 3 front of group 2, slide 3 back of group 2….) 4 Upload your 1 file to the journal assignment. Term Definition or Description How will you remember? (examples from your life or books, articles, tv, etc.. or you can put the definition in your own words) 6.01 Memory and Models of Memory: Accessing the Data Bank 1. Memory (e-text) an active system that receives it is what I know
information from the senses, puts that information into a usable form, and organizes it as it stores it away, and then retrieves the information from storage 2. Encoding the set of mental operations that people perform on sensory information to convert that information into a form that is usable in the brain's storage systems 3. Storage holding onto information for some period of time 4. Retrieval getting information that is in storage into a form that can be used 5. Information-processing model model of memory that assumes the processing of information for memory storage is similar to the way a computer processes memory in a series of three stages 6. Parallel distributed processing (PDP) model model of memory that spumes information that is more "deeply processed," or processed according to its meaning rather than just the sound or physical characteristics of the word or words, will be remembered more efficiently and for a longer period of time 7. Levels-of-processing model a model of memory in which

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