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Memory Principle Exercise. Carolyn Hopper . Memory. Cat Jupiter New York Saturn Superior June Pluto turtle lettuce Pennsylvania Eagle tomato Indiana donkey napkins April shark milk Huron butterfly Carolyn Hopper Mars bread Earth Ontario

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Memory

Cat JupiterNew YorkSaturnSuperior

JunePlutoturtlelettucePennsylvania

EagletomatoIndianadonkeynapkins

AprilsharkmilkHuron butterfly

Carolyn Hopper MarsbreadEarthOntario

RabbitUranus TexaslionVenuselephant MercuryTennesseeErieNovember1492SeptemberNeptune Michigan 5798261340

memory techniques
MemoryTechniques

Organization

Visualization

Association

the first step is to organize
The first step is to ORGANIZE
  • Lion turtle eagle donkey shark butterfly rabbit cat elephant
  • lettuce tomato napkins milk bread
  • Mars Venus Earth Mercury Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto
  • Texas, Tennessee New York Pennsylvania Indiana
  • Huron Ontario Michigan Erie Superior
  • September April June November
  • 57982630141492
  • Carolyn Hopper
how many can you remember
How many can you remember?

LET\'S TRY

VISUALIZATION

ASSOCIATION

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Carolyn Hopper

Care of

Lynn

LYNN

memory location remembering a grocery list put it on your car hood
Memory -LocationRemembering a grocery list:Put it on your car hood
  • Head of lettuce: like a hood ornament
  • 4 tomatoes: spinning around lettuce (like satellites)
  • Napkins: spread all over the hood
  • Milk in the middle of the hood
  • Bread: balanced on top of milk
whole brain
Left Brain

Word

LION

Right Brain

Picture

Whole Brain

Visualization

what can you remember so far
What can you remember so far?
  • Name?
  • Grocery List
  • Animals?
memory acronym the great lakes homes
Memory - AcronymThe Great Lakes =HOMES
  • H=Huron
  • O=Ontario
  • M=Michigan
  • E= Erie
  • S=Superior
memory sentence
Mercury

Venus

Earth

Mars

Jupiter

Saturn

Uranus

Neptune

Pluto

My

Very

Elegant

Mother

Just

Served

Us

Nine

Pizzas

Memory-Sentence
memory rhymes

Memory-Rhymes

Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue

In

1492

memory rhyme
Memory-Rhyme

Thirty days hath September,

April, June, and November

what do you remember so far
What do you remember so far?
  • States (Texas oil)
  • Planets (Sentence My Mother)
  • Date (Columbus)
  • Months (30 days)
  • Great Lakes (Homes)
  • Animals (your house)
  • Grocery List (car hood)
  • Name
remembering numbers
1=

2=

3

4=

5=

6=

7=

8=

9=

0=

Remembering Numbers

MTWTFSS

5798261340
5798261340

MTWTFSS

memory
Memory
  • Carolyn Hopper
  • Animals: Your house
  • Grocery list: hood of car
  • Planets:”My mother” sentence
  • States: Texas oil
  • Great Lakes: HOMES
  • Months: “30 days hath September”
  • Columbus:1492
  • Numbers
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Memory

Lion Turtle Eagle Donkey Shark

Butterfly Rabbit Cat Elephant

lettuce tomato napkins milk bread

Mars Venus Earth Mercury Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto

Texas Tennessee New York Pennsylvania Indiana

Huron Ontario Michigan Erie Superior

September April June November Columbus

Carolyn Hopper 5798261340

memory for test day
Memory for Test Day
  • Group the facts
  • Memory techniques for each group
  • Used symbols for each group for one big picture
  • Last picture you see before the test
  • Draw picture on test
  • Complete each group on the test
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