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Memory – Recognise, Revise, Review, Recall and Reflect

Memory – Recognise, revise, review, recall and reflect

This chapter will provide strategies for developing skills in memory. The key to an effective memory is not necessarily gathering a host of strategies – an effective memory depends a great deal on organisation. It is important that learners develop effective organisational strategies to ensure that when they are learning new information it will be understood and retained. To a great extent memory strategies are usually a focus for children further up the school and at college. Much of the strategies in this chapter can be applicable to these groups. At the same time it is important to focus on memory strategies for younger children too and some of the ...

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