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Choose a topic on which you might give a short explanation or lecture to your students

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Choose a topic on which you might give a short explanation or lecture to your students. With effective memory storage processes in mind, describe three different strategies you might use to help students store the information in their long-term memories easily and effectively. Using information processing theory, give a theoretical rationale for each of the strategies you propose. If I were to teach my elementary students a unit on dinosaurs, I would first make arrangements to take a field trip to a natural history museum. ...read more.

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It will also allow them to learn more easily other items that associate with the largeness of dinosaurs because there will be things with which that new information can be associated. Secondly, I would use visual imagery to allow them to compare the size of the dinosaurs to animals they see everyday. For example, I could hold up a scale drawing of the size of a tyrannosaurus in comparison to the size of a dog. ...read more.

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For example, I would ask them questions like: "Why do you think dinosaurs were so large?" "Can you think of some other large animals?" "Do you think the largeness of the dinosaurs had anything to do with them becoming extinct?" "What can you conclude about dinosaurs based on their size?" Asking these questions will allow students to go beyond the information presented to them. In most cases, the more students elaborate on new material-the more they use what they already know to help them understand and interpret the material-the more effectively they will store it in long-term-memory. ...read more.

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