How to use the Memory Palace Technique

A Morning Time Methods Training

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  • Mrs.Momof8 says:

    Thanks for the demonstration. I ran across this idea a month or so ago, but had a hard time figuring out how to implement it. You’ve given me a great example to follow, and I’m going to try it with my kinesthetic learner who can’t remember the sounds of letters!

    • Pam Barnhill says:

      That is a great idea! My friend Jessica uses it with her kids to match the Latin chant tunes to the correct noun declension numbers (first declension, second declension, etc). We memorize the chants, but they all kind of run together and you can’t remember which chant goes with which declension. Her little Memory Palace she created helps with that. So it can certainly be used for connecting bits of information together, not just poetry and scripture. Let us know how it goes.

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