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Study Skills


Elvira Lee

on 4 February 2013

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Fastest person to come up with the correct answer... Pit Stop 1 Tools! Recollect Start 3-Stages of Memory Items to be memorized are divided into small and easily memorizable chunks or groups 3. Method of Loci Something New
Something Old
Something Unsure Of Study Skills - Memory How to remember not to forget! Memory Model How much can you remember? 2. Chunking a.) Think of a place you know well, such as your own house.
b.) Imagine where you would go from beginning to the end.
c.) Make a story with each "item" that you want to remember at one of the locations.
d.) When you want to remember the items, simply visualize your house and go through it room by room in your mind. To sharpen your weapon! Encoding Forming a memory code Storage Retrieval Maintaining over time Recovering stored information Organize the material as meaningfully as you can and think out relationships among each group.

It improves learnability, retention and aids in faster and effortless recollection. Example apple, cucumber, paper, ink, cabbage, banana, grapes, beans, stapler, orange, coconut, pencil, spinach, ruler, eraser, carrot, pen, broccoli Person #5 to give the chunks & items in the chunks Get into groups! To memorize a long list of items in exact order:
- create a sentence using the first letter of each word as a retrieval cue. a.) Classification of animals:
Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Group, and Species
"Kittens and Pigs Climb Over Fences Going South"

b.) Bases of DNA:
Thymine, Cytosine, Guanine, Adenine
"The Cat Got Ann" 1. First-letter Mnemonic Do As I Say Not As I Do! What tools will we have by the end of today? 1. First-Letter Mnemonic
2. Chunking
3. Method of Loci Sharpen your weapon! In your groups,
1.) Use one A4 paper
2.) Create a first-letter mnemonic for a list you have to remember from your Science textbook. 10 minutes Sharpen your weapon! In your groups,
1.) Use the mah jong paper and markers
2.) Create 2 chunks of information that you would have to remember from your History textbook. Gallery Walk 15 minutes Move clockwise and view 3 other groups' work 5 minutes Each item that you associated with a specific location in your house should spring to mind as you mentally make your way through your home. Sharpen your weapon! Individually,
1.) Use an A4 paper
2.) Draw a rough map of your school/house
3.) Make a story and link 5 moral values to each familiar location.

b.) Take turns. Have a partner quiz you based on your map. 15 minutes 5 minutes Thank you and All the Best! example Ciri-ciri Tamadun
Negara Kota
Organisasi Sosial
Sistem Pemerintahan
Pengkhususan Pekerjaan
Bahasa &Sistem Tulisan
Agama & Kepercayaan example At the front gate - Kepercayaan kepada Tuhan - God greeting you at the front gate when you enter school.
At the canteen area - Kasih Sayang - You see an injured stray cat and you buy some food to feed it and water to clean it's injuries. Why? According to the Harvard Med School, Few ways to improve your memory:
1.) Organize your thoughts
2.) Expand your brain
3.) Create mnemonics! http://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/HEALTHbeat_051006.htm#art1
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