Updated: Oct 19, 2022
Memory Aids - Tips For Learning
Explore what a mnemonic is by looking at the following examples shared by HL Tutoring Services.
Big Elephants Can't Always Use Small Exits
Spring forward and fall back
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
Leave me, Change me, Turn me Over
What are these examples of?
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They are mnemonics.
What is a mnemonic?
A mnemonic is a memory aid. It could be a song, a rhyme, a picture or a phrase.
It's also a good idea to personalise any mnemonics; they'll be easier to remember too. Try making up your own or adapting one.
Is there a mnemonic you use as a memory aid? Which mnemonics do you use to help you spell tough words, use musical terms correctly, remember tricky mathematical methods, or to help you remember difficult things? Please share your mnemonic in the comments section right at the bottom of this post. Many thanks!
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