Event Dispersal Mnemonics-woodmam

There are many people who believe that there are good and bad minds and good and bad memories are innate. The fact that one can't remember doesn't mean that one has a bad memory. The physicist Albert Einstein had a strong memory, but he was indifferent to things he didn't want to remember. When he arrived at his new home with his wife after his wedding, he opened the door only to find that he had forgotten his keys and had to ask the bride to wait outside the door for a long time until he returned with the keys to open the door.

  The key to remembering is to have the confidence and determination to remember. Without confidence and determination, the activity of brain cells will be inhibited and memory will be sluggish, and over time, it will fall into a vicious circle: no confidence → brain cell activity inhibited → inability to remember → more lack of confidence. "The more this machine of memory is turned on, the more powerful it becomes, and as long as you trust it, it is capable". Of course, self-confidence alone is not enough, but also sufficient effort. Each small success can enhance one's self-confidence and self-esteem, thus entering a virtuous cycle.

  (23) Event Dispersal Memory Method

  Frequent memorization of complex events with a large span of time and space is the process of advancing ideas from simple to complex. William James said, "The more two people of equal intelligence who can think about past experiences and relate them systematically, the better memory they will have." Consciously and actively remembering complex events that span time and space, and making it a habit, will not only increase the brain's storage of such events, but will also make it easier to remember new complex events.

(24) "Observation-Imitation-Practice" Mnemonic Method

  The lack of language skills is causing countless students to scratch their heads today, and many are stretched to the limit in terms of composition. One of the effective ways to improve language skills and composition is to consciously and consistently use the "Observe - Imitate - Practice" method.

  For students, it is difficult to complete an exercise on your own when you are just starting to approach composition. It is a good idea to observe the common things in life carefully and develop sensitivity to the things around you. At the same time, pay attention to reading and studying the examples of the exercises, and complete some small essays on this basis. Only with time can you integrate your observations with your feelings and imitations. Only through continuous imitations and exercises can you gradually get rid of the shadow of simple imitation and enter the advanced stage of creation.

  (25) Combined experience memory method

  In order to resist forgetting, you can combine separate information that needs to be remembered with experience, combining abstract, difficult and unfamiliar knowledge with non-abstract, intuitive and easy-to-understand experience, so that the undisputed facts accompanying the new concepts live in the "guest room" of the brain for a long time.

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