Revision Methods

kittreadwell
Mind Map by kittreadwell, updated more than 1 year ago
kittreadwell
Created by kittreadwell about 6 years ago
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Don't know if this is helpful, just my view.

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Revision Methods
1 Old style
1.1 Reciting
1.1.1 Boring
1.1.2 however quite good in the long run
1.1.3 Not good if you find repetition Annoying
1.2 Testing
1.2.1 Needs helpful assistant often
1.2.2 Teacher's choice
1.2.3 Solid, but can be repetitive
2 Aural/Modern
2.1 Record yourself
2.1.1 Easy
2.1.2 easily accessible
2.1.3 Useful
2.2 Flashcards/Mindmaps
2.2.1 allows creativeness
2.2.2 good for dyslexics
2.2.3 I find this brilliant.
2.3 Sticky/post-it notes
2.3.1 Brilliant.
2.3.1.1 And creative.
2.3.1.1.1 100
3 Dyslexia methods
3.1 "1st review" sheets
3.1.1 Clinically proven
3.1.2 Small, you can get thousands of goes from 1 sheet.
3.1.3 Hard to find, otherwise great.
3.2 The Kit method
3.2.1 1. Enjoy yourself as much as you can!
3.2.1.1 Worst thing, I find, is sitting, chanting -o, -is, -it...
3.2.2 2. Make sure to actually do work, however.
3.2.3 3. Be reasonable. Give yourself plenty of breaks and rests.
3.2.4 I find listening to music very very helpful.
3.2.5 101%. Can't be beaten.
4 *An Awesome person's guide to:
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