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LEARNING PLAN REMEMBERING TIPS
CONSTRUCT A timeline for studying the material.
WRITE OR LIST A description of the choices of material to study.
FIND A way of putting the information in an organized format that will make it easier to remember
DECIDE On methods of self-testing.
TRICKS FOR REMEMBERING If its visual, make it verbal. If its verbal, create a diagram or picture of it. Use lists, tables, graphics, and other devices.
TRICKS FOR REMEMBERING What does this information fit with or remind you of? The more you transform and connect knowledge, the more actively accessible it will be in memory.
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LINCing List the parts Indicate a reminding word Note a lincing story Create a lincing picture.
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