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Acronymic Sentences

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on 27 May 2014

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Transcript of Acronymic Sentences

ACRONYMIC SENTENCES
Acronymic Sentences
An acronymic sentence is a strategy that is useful for remembering information in any order or remembering information in a certain order.
Tips
Try to form a sentence that is funny or personal to you. You will find it easier to remember the sentence if you do this.
Lesser-Known Examples
E
very
G
ood
B
oy
D
oes
F
ine - is used in Music to read the staff (notes) on the treble clef. Similarly,
G
ood
B
oys
D
o
F
ine
A
lways- is used to read the staff in the bass clef.

Resources
https://www.google.com/search?q=the+solar+system&tbm=isch&imgil=L5bqJzyicdqJyM%253A%253Bhttps%253A%252F%252F

Science, Math, and Music classes
How to use an Acronymic sentence
write each piece of information you need to remember. Write these in any order in a certain order if required.
underline the first letter of each piece of information
write a sentence using wods that begin with underlined letters
Well-Known Examples
P
lease
E
xcuse
M
y
D
ear
A
unt
S
ally-
is used for the order of operations in math. The P stands for parentheses, E for exponents, M and D for multiplication and division, and A and S for addition and subtraction.
More Examples
M
y
V
ery
E
ducated
M
other
J
ust
S
erved
U
s
N
oodles
- is used in Science to help students remember the order of the planets
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