запоминания итальянского слова "amor" (→
можно использовать фразу "Любви все возрасты покорны". Получится:
5 ключей к
"Я слышу, и я забываю. Я вижу,
и я запоминаю. Я делаю, и я понимаю."
Понимание ‒лучший способ запоминания. Причем,
нужно задействовать два вида понимания: почему это важно запомнить, и понимание
сути запоминаемой информации.
Here are some tips to help you memorize what you've studied.
Motivate yourself. Choose to remember. Be interested. Pay attention. Want to
learn and know. What you want is an important part of learning.
Set learning goals before you begin to read or study. Link your study goals to
your long-term personal, business and educational goals.
Visualize or picture in your mind what you wish to remember. A mental picture or
visualization is clearer and easier to remember than words. For each major
concept that you want to remember, create a clear mental picture and then look
at it carefully for a few seconds.
Create associations. Relate the ideas and information you wish to remember to
each other and to ideas and information you already know. This would help you
create a chain of memories which lead to one another and makes it easy to locate
and remember the information.
Repeat what you wish to learn and say it in your own words. Even though you may
think you've already learned something, go over it one more time. Ask a friend
or relative to test you. To remember information for a long time, review many
times on different days. Practice until it's easy to recall. You can also make
up special memory devices or create a rhyme to help you remember some specific
"We remember what we understand; we understand only what we pay attention to; we
pay attention to what we want." - Edward Bolles
большую картину своего желанного будущего и объясни себе, как данное конкретное
новое знание может внести важный вклад в
осуществление твоей мечты...
Visualize what you want to remember. For each major concept, create a clear
mental picture and then look at it carefully for a few seconds.
Create associations. It easier to remember something if you link it to something
we already know. Relate new information to personal examples and other important
ideas as much as possible.
Rephrase the material in other words to turn the powerful active memorizing
Diversify your sensory immersion. Memorize through visual, auditory, and
kinesthetic systems. Incorporate as many of the senses as possible when learning,
focusing especially, but not exclusively on your preferred style.
Play with new knowledge and ideas. Make a quick story that uses them. The more
bizarre the story the better.
Apply the new knowledge. The less knowledge is used, the greater the forgetting.
Similarly, the more it is used, the better the remembering.
Review periodically. If you do nothing with the information you learned, you
will have lost 50%-80% of it by the next day. Yet, you can “reactivate” the
material by reviewing for few minutes. To remember information for a long time,
review many times on different days.