Unformatted text preview: acronyms, sentences, vivid references, or a journey through a familiar place. Visual: the first 3 letters of “association” form “ass” - a beast who carries heavy loads 5. REPEAT. Repetition is a very good memory technique, but it can be boring. Repetition might not be fun, but it can be very useful. It helps to use our senses – eyes, ears, hands, mouth – to help us remember. Don’t just rely on just one sense, such as the eyes when re-reading. Instead use your hand to write notes and your ears to hear yourself repeat some key ideas. Visual: a ringing t 6. When memorizing, DISTRIBUTE your learning. Spread your study time over a number of days; do not try to learn it all at once. Visual: eggs distributed in an egg carton. 7. Try to OVERLEARN. You want to be a master, not just an adequate student. Visual: See yourself as a GIANT towering over others....
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.
- Spring '11