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Memory techniques for

english vocabulary

Mnemonics
Mental Association

Useful for recall large pieces of information

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Types of Mnemonics
This presentation includes 9 types of mnemonics.
Music mnemonics

Name mnemonics
Expression or word mnemonics
Model mnemonics
Ode or rhyme mnemonics
Note organization mnemonics
Image mnemonics
Connection mnemonics
Spelling mnemonics

The best type of mnemonics depends only of the learners imagination.

Music Mnemonics
You can make a song or jingle using any type of music you choose for any
list of items.
Music Mnemonics work best with long lists.
For example: The ABCs Song.

Source:
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Name Mnemonics
The 1st letter of each word in a list of items is used to make a name of a
person or thing.

For Example:
ROY G. BIV = colors of the spectrum
(Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.)
Pvt. Tim Hall = Essential amino acids
(Phenylanine, Valine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Isolucine, Histidine,Arginine, Le
ucine, Lysine.

Expresion or Word Mnemonic


The first letter of each item in a list is arranged to form a phrase or word.
For Example:
In English, the 7 coordinating conjunctions are For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So
= FANBOYS.
The order of operations for math
is Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply, Divide, Add, and Subtract = Please
Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally.
In Spanish:
udv = uv - vdu Integration by parts

Model Mnemonics
In a Model Mnemonic, some type of representation is constructed to help
with understanding and recalling important information.

Source:

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http://www.learningassistance.com/2006/images/evaluationpyramid.gif

http://www.learningassistance.com/2006/images/boxmodel.gif

Ode or Rhyme Mnemonics


An Ode or Rhyme Mnemonic puts information in the form of a poem

For example: How to know the difference between cyanate and cyanide:
Cyanate "I ate" and Cyanide "I died." Cyanide is a little fatal.
An easy way to remember the nerves: olfactory, optic, oculomotor,
trochlear, trigeminal, abducens, facial, acoustic, glassopharyngeal, vagus,
spinal accessory and hypoglossal.

On Old Olympus' Towering Tops, A Finn And German Viewed Some Hops

Note Organization Mnemonics


The organization of notes can promote recall, it is a memory device.

For example: Connell System

Source:
http://www.learningassistance.com/2006/images/notemnemonics.gif

Image Mnemonics
The information in an Image Mnemonic is constructed in the form of a
picture that promotes recall of information when you need it.
For Example: You can use an Image Mnemonic to remember BAT (the
depressant drugs mentioned above - Barbiturates, Alcohol, and
Tranquilizers). Visualize or sketch in your notes a limp, depressed bat that
took Barbiturates, Alcohol, and Tranquilizers.

Source:
http://www.learningassistance.com/2006/images/evaluationpyramid.gif

Connection Mnemonics
The information to be remembered is connected to something already
known.
For english vocabulary we can create a relation between a known word
which are similar to a new word.

Source:
http://www.colorado.edu/ics/sites/default/files/attached-files/90-10.pdf

For example:

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Spelling Mnemonics
Helps to remember how to spell some words.

For Example:
Geography: George Edwards's Old Grandma Rode A Pig Home Yesterday.
Arithmetic: A Rat In The House May Eat The Ice Cream.
To spell Mississippi, many learners combine a Rhythm Mnemonic with a Spelling
mnemonic: M-iss-iss-ipp-i.

Take the 1st letter of each type of


mnemonic listed below and Surprise!
Music mnemonics
Name mnemonics
Expression or word mnemonics
Model mnemonics
Ode or rhyme mnemonics
Note organization mnemonics

Image mnemonics
Connection mnemonics
Spelling mnemonics

References
Online
http://www.learningassistance.com/2006/january/mnemonics.html
http://www.colorado.edu/ics/sites/default/files/attached-files/90-10.pdf
http://aprendeinglessila.com/2013/01/como-memorizar-verbos-irregulares-parte-1/
http://neuronetlearning.com/blog/keywords-hold-our-vocabulary-together/

Thanks for your attention

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