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B UILDING YOUR TOOLKIT – Y OUR A MAZING M EMORY MODULE 2 YEAR 7 – LESSON 3 © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
LEARNING OUTCOMES To recall objects using your amazing memory skills. To understand how your memory works. To apply your knowledge of memory to a group challenge. © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
CONNECT: GENERATION GAME On the next set of slides – 11 objects will appear – without writing them down can you remember them all? © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
ANSWERS Tea Dog Paper Clip Candle Vegetables Football Twin babies Keyboard Aeroplane Cake/Raspberries Bread © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
NOW WRITE DOWN THE 11 ITEMS How many did you get right? How did you remember them? © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
HOW MANY........ Telephone numbers can you remember – write them down... © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
REFLECT What are the differences between the memory you used for the first 2 activities and the last one? © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
MEMORY What do you already know about memory? Everything we do relies on memory We do not know how the brain triggers memory Memory helps us survive Memory is slippery – the more we find out about it the more complicated it seems to be Memories are not single things – they are lots of pathways (riding a bike) Memory is a living thing – it is not fixed or constant Memories come and go There is no one part of the brain which is memory – it uses all your brain Copy into your Learning Journal © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
TEAM CHALLENGE! Read the instructions on your groups cards © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
PRESENTATIONS You need to listen carefully to each group and after each presentation you will have one minute to write down in your books what you have learnt about each memory type. Group 1 – the ‘How to’ memory Group 2 – The memory of past events Group 3 – The connecting memory © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
CONSOLIDATE Which memory you think lasts the longest and could last a lifetime (durable)? Which memory you think is easily lost and can be affected by what you feel – distorted? Which memory needs a lot of thought and effort? Which 2 memories happen automatically? Which one is needed most in school? © George Spencer Foundation School & Technology College 2010
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