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Greek Memory

Posted by Toni on 16th June and posted in Uncategorized

Memory – is the process of capturing, preserving and reproducing what we see, hear, think, do, etc. Without memory is impossible the formation of personality behaviors, the acquisition of skills, experience, habits – all these associated with the work of memory. Unconscious assimilation of the public can not, the expansion of ties with the child's environment. In memory of preschool children is spontaneous in nature, ie more memorable objects, events, phenomena, close to the life experiences of the child with whom he comes into active engagement. With age, memory becomes arbitrary, ie child learns to help adults manage the processes of memorization and reproduction information necessary for him to practice. To improve the memory necessary to educate the children recall memorization techniques.

This contributes to some mnemonics. Mnemonic or mnemonics (from the Greek – "art of memory") – a system of different techniques to facilitate memorization and increase storage capacity by forming additional associations. An example may serve as a mnemonic device remembering the sequence of colors in the spectrum from the phrase in which the first letters correspond to the first letter of color names: "Every hunter wants to know where sits the pheasant." Such techniques are extremely effective when working with children. It is known that human memory is designed so that it firmly fixed visual images. Therefore, for the development of memory is very important observation, as well as training of associative thinking. We can not remember what eluded our observation. But after seeing the storage is only possible if the object is associated in our minds to something we already know and remember.


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