1. Music Mnemonics
How many lyrics to songs do you remember? How did you come to remember them? Music is a powerful memory technique and it can work just as well in school, also. Many learners have made songs out of information when a list of items must be learned. Advertising on radio and TV uses this technique to help potential customers remember their products when shopping. 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, some children learn the ABC's by singing the "ABC" song. Other children learn all the states in alphabetical order using the "50 Nifty United States" song.
2. Name Mnemonics
In a Name Mnemonic, the 1st letter of each word in a list of items is used to make a name of a person or thing. An example is:
1. ROY G. BIV = colors of the spectrum (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.)
Address: 5636 Lemon Ave.
Dallas TX 75209
Phone: +1 214 5203694