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TECHNIQUES MEMORIÇÃO E EFFECTIVE STUDY Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY Memorization techniques You've been through that horrible experience of having studied and then forget e verything in times of trial? Then check memory techniques for students who will help you study and remember the material studied. There is no trick and a miracl e. It only works if you study and simultaneously use the techniques properly. Di d you know that nearly 50% of the contents memorized by repeated readings is los t after only two hours? Then add and combine their practice routine the best stu dy techniques. You can achieve amazing results in their studies, using the metho d of the association, you put together what he is known, with what you want to r etain in memory. Try it! METHOD OF STUDY The difficulties that confront a student or professional in the acquisition of n ew information are not due to disability, but the use of inappropriate methods, sacrificing the advantages of a scientific method, rational and organized. The m ethodology of learning develops the capacity for concentration and analysis, int erpretation and synthesis of a text or an entire book through diagramming techni ques. Memorization techniques So inconsistent as to use carts in the era in which the man regularly travels to the moon is that students and professionals unaware of methods of study and mem orization techniques efficient in assimilating information. Likewise while devel oping machine learning and instruction subliminal, some still suffering from lon g periods of tiring repetitive reading to record information which will soon be forgotten. The memorization techniques allow the student, teacher or professiona l person, retain and recall instantly any information quickly, efficiently, with out the physical and mental. "AWAKEN THE GENIUS THAT IS inside you!" All our act ions and thoughts are nothing but the fruit of memory, are just memories. Learn to walk and then we memorize because its mechanism. Our communication depends on the memory, therefore, repeat sounds they make sense and have some meaning for us. Normally, we use very little of our storage capacity. But we can, through si mple and effective methods, greatly increase our power to save, and how this is important in student life. How many times have you, dear reader, was hardly a pr oof or even reproached in any discipline, just because you have missed a mathema tical formula, or some geographical data, or even dates and historical events. F rom now on, you will bury once the misfortune of forgetting, what is important t o be reminded, through the techniques described below. The study regular and con stant use of the techniques presented here will bring you safety and success in exams. If we are preparing for an entrance exam or even a tender and want to ach ieve happiness and approval, should we organize our lives for this. A marathon r unner will not cross the finish line, covering 42.195m, and have not trained eno ugh. And how extensive is your training, how dedicated and organized, the better your ranking at the end of the race. We should bear in mind the following: in o ur day, there should be hours to attend classes, time to feed ourselves properly , time for our home study and time of the crucial rest by sleep. We can not leav e aside the leisure and sports activities, properly embedded in the week, so tha

t does not hinder the study. Remember: "Mens sana in corpore sano." We should st ress that the techniques presented here are not meant to exclude the student stu dies, but rather that he has much greater efficiency in their routine studies, e stablishing and upholding it unequivocally material being studied, so that even the which was studied in March or April, is easily remembered at year's end. The memory techniques are basically: 2 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY repetition, combination, stacking, phonetic alphabet and key words. From all thi s, what we normally use is the technique of repetition, when we were reading and rereading texts, for hours, so we can memorize something. Could we get too huge advantage if we used other techniques,€with the assurance that such studies wou ld no longer be forgotten. JJJ 3 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY GETTING GREAT RESULTS IN STUDIES. The main factor is determining more and the desire to really want to learn. It t akes effort, a feeling that encourages someone to achieve this purpose. We need choice determination, interest, energy and vigor. One must keep in mind where yo u are coming. And above all you must want! 1 - THE PROJECT STUDY. Basic attitude s COMMITMENT - Self-Discipline - ORGANIZATION ACUI (ABILITY TO WATCH) - FITNESS. - Do not leave things to last minute (work, studies, etc.). - Set priorities. Discipline the time. - Establish and meet goals. If you will study, read a book or attend class, do well done. Focus on what you do, be curious, question, thin k and reason. Reflect. Flexibility is the ability to adapt. It is likely that so me modifications are needed, as new situations arise, circumstances, etc ... Wha t are your plans? Tell them now. After you define them, always remember that dre ams do not happen until we begin to work for them. "THERE ARE MORE PEOPLE THAT B ACK, one who fails" Getting Started: 1 - FAST ONE GOAL. 2 - IDENTIFY REASONS FOR THIS WILL RESULT. 3 - BELIEVE YOU CAN ACHIEVE THIS RESULT. 4 - TAKE THE DECISIO N TO ACT WITH VIGOR AND PERSISTENCE TO REACH THE GOAL. ADVANTAGES: Allows for gr eater yield, organizes activities, avoid the stress and strain of the race. What are your goals for the short, medium and long term? Assess the motivation of th is goal, if necessary, change them. Evaluate your commitment, self discipline, o rganization and accuracy, looking to acquire and exercise these attitudes and be haviors. "WANT responsibility and power" 2 - PLANNING STUDY. List 03 qualities a nd their defects in 2003: List what hinders you in college: If you can eliminate difficulties could double your income. There are more people with success in th e group of those who have difficulties, than in the group who did not fight agai nst so many difficulties. Who has the greatest difficulty, in general, leads the study more seriously. 4 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY

If you set your plans, organize, plan and execute the will and dedication, a wil l prepared and have excellent results whatever the circumstances! "Things always end well. If you still are not well is because they do not come to an end "Fern ando Pessoa. 3 - YOUR INTELLIGENCE Are you smart? INTELLIGENCE - is the ability to adapt. It is also the ability to seek happiness. You need not be a genius to pass the entrance exam. Use your faults. List everything you do and that leaves you with that hurt. However it is important to your success. Reverse habits - is a study usual. During the preparation for exams or tests, replace the custom fo r the study. So you'll be creating another custom. 4 - WAYS OF CAPTURE. VISUAL: See to learn. Beware the picture. Make visual schemes, mentalize them, use bulle ted text, colors. AUDIO: Do you need to hear. Concentrate in class. Repeat to yo urself and record the materials on tape and listen. Kinesthetic: Look for the fe eling. Study in places airy, fragrant, handle a ball of rubber or metal to study . Or DIGITAL VERSATILE: Capture balanced. Prepare lessons, talk, listen, do resu mes. Second Brain - Right. Limbic system. Emotional brain. The more you like som ething more limbic system is involved and increases the setting. Interest is rec ognized by the limbic system as an indication of what is important, and therefor e, what must be learned and memorized. (Motivation). So send clear verbal comman ds and positive for your brain, send orders with images (sound, light, emotions, etc. ..) Visualize what you want and envision happening. a) Attorney-Neuro Ling uistic To succeed you must: 1) Have an idea to be achieved in any situation. 2) Be alert and receptive to observe what is succeeding. 3) Having the flexibility to keep changing to get what they want. b) His memory - There are three types of memories: a very short-term (lasting only a few seconds), short term (when the brain believes the data is not deserving of storage) and long-term (working with structured information, with interest and motivation - write summaries and revi ews reinforces this kind of memory). The use of one type of memory is only of ou r will.€Methods of storage: 1 - The relationships and associations (diagrams). 2 - By identifying the application (For serving, even if the only use is to pass the entrance exam). 3-Implementation and use (Take classes and join the study an d practice.). 4 - Case Mnemonic (Save the key and from there, thinking.). N = m. x "no mess"-chemical formula. * The revision reduces the possibility of forgetti ng. Due to the accumulation of material. * Make good summaries that allow the re view of the main points. 5 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY 5 - TECHNICAL STUDY. In general the student thinks that the essential activities mean "wasting time" and that "gain time" is to study all the time. Know studyin g is much more than set hours of study is to define study quality. It is the rig ht balance between study activities, leisure, rest, work, etc ... Formula of rea l-time study: TRE = THE. NC. QE. TRE = real-time study. THE time = time of study . NC = concentration level. QE = Quality of study. Study very soon is not a ques tion of numbers of hours, but the numbers of hours actually used. Tips to save t ime: Make a timesheet. Keep your study area neat. Search and add all the necessa ry materials in advance and keep it near you. Say no when necessary. Study of ca mera. Use mealtime to relax. General framework for the study: One of the biggest advantages to having a timesheet, it is freedom and peace of mind that result f rom doing what they decided. Framework of general schedule: Be aware that to clo se a favorable outcome, we need a separate duct. Divide the time table and fill in their free time, divided into three studies for a recreation and a sports act ivity. Time frame of study: Define what you will do at times broken and set the time left over, multiply the number of hours in the matters of greater weight an d also the most difficult. Set hours of sleep, rest, leisure, physical activity, etc ... Outline of study: S Survey questions Questions Search Q 3R Read, read, review, read, read, review.

Define what you are looking for or what to learn: For questions and issues, read the text quickly, read and read emphasizing revising. Reading Scheme: Please Re ad reconstitute (mentally or aloud) what was read Reread verifying that you are not recalled. 6 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY TIPS FOR A GOOD STUDY Commandments for Good Memory 1 - Proper Techniques: So much better is the retention of information in memory, the stronger are the links between information and memory. This is why it is vi tal you use the techniques of memorization in their daily studies, they serve as nails, setting the information in your brain. Annotations and Schema annotation s or graphics created schemes based on the texts studied should be done in a str uctured way so as not to hinder the understanding (do not commit the crime of pr eparing a resume more complex than the original text!). Also make sure you have clearly understood the message conveyed by the original text (your notes should be faithful to it). Do not take notes during the first reading of the text. Righ t now you do not have a clear view of the whole, and to read and write at the sa me time, you are harming the understanding of the text being read. Griffin The G riffin is a good gimmick to highlight important points to be stored, transcribed into a short, etc, besides enabling the rapid location of the core text. It is characterized by the marking of words, sentences, paragraphs, and finally, patch es of any size. In general, you use keys when the passage is marked long (a para graph, for example). In the case of shorter periods, it can be noted, use the "l abel text" or enclose words and expressions. These signals can be used simultane ously within a highlighted text. Do not label a text when you read the first tim e. We only point out the fundamental ideas of the text, and only know what they are after reading the text in full. At the same time, take care not highlighting selected the entire text. When the student feel like highlighting selected all the text means that it did not differentiate the main ideas of the secondary of the examples, comments, etc.. Here, read the text again, until you do. The use o f the Griffin is a useful way to practice, therefore, practice! 2 - Concentration: A lack of concentration causes the student to turn off your o bject of study, occupying the mind with other matters. It may result from severa l factors such as lack of quality material that is being studied, or the fact of its contents not be the most interesting, as well as the particular concerns of the student, the interruptions caused by external factors, or even stress. The concentration must be trained. The student must discipline their attention. It i s easier to remember without listening to music or watch TV without thinking abo ut the girlfriend or accounts payable. We must keep our attention focused on the study, this increases our income. When studying, forget the other things and fo cus on our goal to learn what lies ahead. Emotional stability is the cornerstone of a good study. 3 - Motivation: Some people are unaware that a student must be motivated to dire ct your attention to the task of studying. The motivation may be related to the subject that is being used (this may not be interesting, or reduced need). A stu dent will be strongly discouraged prone to distraction, which means that he ofte n has to return to the beginning of a stretch already read. 7

Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY It is necessary to establish a purpose (goal) for the study, and arrange it thro ugh a timeline. Clearly define what your objective (what you want), and timefram e, outlining a plan of action. Suppose a student wishes to enhance his studies i n civil law, and for this, purchase a good book and was reading it from beginnin g to end, at one point, he would feel discouraged and your attention will drop c onsiderably, but if rather, he made a daily planning, dividing the work into mod ules (points to be studied) in order to center their attention on what he was st udying at that time, their income would be higher. He would no longer face the s tudies with the thought that "today I'm going to study civil law," but that "tod ay I will study the theory of property", for example (in order to, finally, prep are a resume or fingerprinting ). Its focus would no longer be in any civil law (too long and tiring), but at one point at a time. Keep in mind the focus (purpo se of the study) causes us to keep the attention and therefore motivation. The s tudent must bear in mind what he intends, in an objective and accurate. It is al so important, besides establishing a goal, organize themselves in order to estab lish how (by what methods) and when (how long) it will be achieved. Remember: it is impossible to make any study is interesting, but it is important that studen ts stay interested forever. 4 - While sitting Organization, please have everythi ng you need. Always study the materials you have more difficulty, at times more productive. 5 - Steady Study: Important: Make study a habit. The marathon runner does not tr ain just before competition, for him the kingdom is a habit. We must acquire the ability to analyze facts of everyday life. That is, do not bother to memorize, but rather in knowing. Therefore, you must create the habit of reading. You must read all the magazines, newspapers, books. Find out the facts and try to discus s with friends, to understand the context in which they live. 6 - Reading: While reading we get the right speed, without compromising the unde rstanding of the text. The reading speed varies with the nature of the text, but it should not be too low (by reading word for word), so as to impair attention and concentration. While reading, do follow the text with your fingers, pen, pen cil or ruler. This reduces the speed of reading and also the ability to assimila te the content. Also avoid moving your head sideways to accompany the text. Move only your eyes. This makes your eyes let's jump to the wrong line, interrupting the line of reasoning (when it will be forced to return to reading until the be ginning of the stretch). Moreover, it is common that during reading, during read ing backwards. However, whether this be a habit, will compromise quality and hen ce the speed of reading. Concentrate! Avoid vocalization (sound repetitions of t he text being read) and subvocalização (mental voice that accompanies the text.) They also reduce the speed of reading. Moreover, the habit of calling is not co mpatible with certain places, such as a library or a classroom. Ever before to h old the first reading of a text, perform a pre-reading€in order to obtain an ove rview (albeit superficial) of the subject. With this, the student can identify, besides the points that are addressed, the degree of difficulty and the same tim e it will take for your reading, important data for organizing their studies. 8 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY 7 - Good Health, "Mens Sana in Corpore Sano," if we are sick or weakened, with h ealth problems, we are not predisposed to the study. Therefore, more than ever, we must maintain a balanced diet, respecting the right time to sleep. Make your

schedule so as not to sacrifice their nights sleep. I insist that this is very i mportant to keep your health in good condition. Avoid medication to increase rev enue. Choose foods that fight the stress. Make a balanced diet. Avoid fat. Avoid taking too much coffee or other drinks exciting to spend more time awake and "e arn more". This is a trap that causes stress, fatigue and stomach problems. Duri ng the study days, you need reassurance. Studying everything has not studied dur ing the year will not help and only increases anxiety. 8 - Environment Fit: Study in a cool, organized and quiet. Only in a suitable en vironment where we feel good and nothing disturbs us, we may have enough concent ration to study. The environment should be organized. A place where you feel at ease, finding silence, where you can leave your study material without anyone pa nic. If you do not have an environment like this where you live, for lack of spa ce and overcrowding, we recommend you do your research in a library, where the e nvironment is conducive. The organization of the environment is reflected in our mind. Do not forget that. Must adopt a body position in which the student keep a straight back (from the buttocks to support the neck) without, however, keep i t too tight. Sit in chairs always hard, avoiding soft armchairs. The support arm s may be in the chair (if it has adjustable arms) or in the table. Try to keep y our elbows (and knees) at an angle of 90 degrees, and avoid going over the table . Feet must rely completely on the ground. If it is not possible, use a footrest that helps maintain posture, relaxes muscles and improves blood circulation in lower limbs. Avoid getting cross-legged or sit on them. This practice can hinder blood flow, causing tingling and discomfort. The lighting should not directly affect the eyes, and should not cast shadows on the study material. Ideally, the spotlight is placed behind the student, over h is shoulder. 9 - To Rest Intervals: When facing a long journey of study, take short rest brea ks. In general, the students themselves will identify the need to stop for a few minutes, especially at times when he is angry and inattentive. This pillow will not break the rhythm or cause dispersion, and will give new provision. Tirednes s and fatigue are detrimental to memorization, so we should rest before we get t ired, and you'll know the time to do them, therefore, begin to feel irritable an d listless, then there is good and the rest, the Contrary to what some think, wi ll not break the rhythm, nor cause scattering, and yes, will give new provision 9 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY 10 - In Study Group: Study in small groups. When you give an explanation to anyo ne, no matter how simple it is, necessarily perform a series of physical and men tal operations (speaking, pointing and etc ...) that provide the setting of know ledge. When you teach you who else is fixed. When teaching, you will be reviewin g the matter, which most facilitates memorization. To review the materials in a group may be a good idea, especially if the skills of each are complementary. Th us, one can help another. Details: The group should be a maximum of four or five people. More than that only serves to disperse the attention. 11 - In the Class room: Always pay attention in class. Give preference to what the teacher is tryi ng to explain, not the brunette's third book! Avoid taking notes during teacher explanations, trying to mentally visualize the context exposed. Avoid stand idly by, because impairs blood circulation. If the class is boring and goes sleep, t ry drinking water during the teacher's explanation,€This helps you not to disper se. 10

Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY METHODS FOR STORAGE The method to be used for retention of the information studied varies with the s tudent, as each person ends up developing his own technique, emphasizing one or another of the existing methods. There are individuals visuals (better absorb wh at they see), others more auditory (easily fix what they hear) and still others kinesthetic (motion record that perform when they write). Each needs to figure o ut which way better record the information, and should form their own method of study. The ideal is to use more than one way. The following are the five methods of storing more commonly known: METHOD OF REPETITION Well known, is usually the method used by the student. You is to read and reread several times a text to be able to remember it later, ie, it is the continuous repetition of a text aloud or not, in order to decorate it. Although in some cas es requiring the memorization of a text word for word, this method has its limit ations: the memory only lasts a short time, the volume of information furnished may not be extensive, and she runs the risk of not working (there is no guarante e that at the time of conducting a survey, decorated texts will be available in memory). It is an important method, however, you may have noticed several times that, even after hours of study to arrive at test time, you can not remember wha t you studied. This, from now on, will end, because you associate in your studie s powerful mnemonic methods. Here, we also remember some important tips: Learn b y doing short intervals, and you'll know the time to do them because you will be gin to feel irritable and listless, then there is good and the rest, contrary to what they think some, not break the rhythm, nor cause scattering, and yes, will give new provision. Choose a nice place to study, a place where you feel at eas e, finding silence, where you can leave your study material without anyone panic . If you do not have an environment like this where you live, for lack of space and overcrowding, we recommend you do your research in a library, where the envi ronment is conducive. Analyzing a curve of forgetting, we can see that certain k nowledge, acquired by the method of repetition, is not even 20% of the original, after a week. Forward start to see a series of mnemonic methods with very high efficiency rate s. 11 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY METHOD OF ASSOCIATION Is to associate something that is being studied (new information) to something w ith which the student is already familiar. It is associated in this way, somethi ng hard to remember with something easy to remember. We can associate with what we memorize a rhyme with the word of origin, with a combination of phonemes, or transform information in a mental image, coupled it with another image. Thus, in this method we associate something we want to remember and that is unknown to u s, with something that is familiar or that has a rhyme with the word of origin. In other words, we associate a difficult thing to remember with something easy t o remember, so they have a relationship. Association can do for a merger of two mental images for similarity between phonemes. Some examples illuminating: we re member that the capital of Australia is Canberra, then make a phrase associated with: AUSTRALIA Canberra on the road there the dog screams Thus we turn somethin g unknown to a sentence of support, through the similarity of phonemes, which is

reminiscent what we want. Another example: if we remember the greatest literary writer Júlio Ribeiro - "The Flesh" - Brazilian-era realism, can associate with the phrase: JULIO RIBEIRO BEEF swallowed first meat we can use this method and r emember mathematical formulas, for Example: the formula for work done in physics , is: t = Fxcos to where t is the Greek letter "such." Looking at the figure, one can imagine the little boy who brings strength to dra g the box, saying: "This arrow itches," where the consonant sounds remind us: t = the Fxcos Or, What the well-known trick is that the formula which expresses he at sensitive thermology: Q = MCT Here it should be noted, dear reader, that some more unsuspecting students feel they do not need mnemonic phrases, then, because they see repeatedly determined formula,€practice of daily exercise, they think they will never again forget or have questions about the composition of the variables of the formula. Ledo mista ke. We hold that one who is preparing for an entrance exam at the end of 12 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY months of study, with a head full of information, at test time, you have trouble remembering formulas. This is where the mnemonic phrases help us to ask questio ns about the composition of certain variables in a formula, and even, to make us remember formulas intact. The more prepared we are, we'll be less nervous and e ven that will help us clarify our memory. Every sentence mnemonic serves as bait the hook to catch a fish. You can even catch a fish without bait, but is much m ore difficult. Now, I have no doubt that with the proper bait, fishing will be m ore fruitful. Do not worry about having to remember the formula and the sentence . The formula you should know and have in mind as clear as possible, and you get it through the necessary practical exercises. Already a phrase or word mnemonic s, you should memorize it by association, so that in times of trial, recalling t he formula and the memory of the sentence add up. The effect is amazing. Sometim es, depending on the technique used, or even the ability to form the mnemonic fo rmulas, you instantly remember the phrase and it will take a formula or other in formation like dates and names, and you will see that it would be impossible to remember without the aid of mnemonic techniques. 13 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY METHOD OF STACKING In this method we give life to what we remember, making each item to be remember ed in our memories appear represented by a figure, using much profanity, color, exaggeration and movement. We will then stacking, literally, a figure on the oth er, through some detail, that it seems more interesting. This method aims to cre ate a mental landscape which will be added as many as are the elements that want to memorize. Each item corresponds to a figure embedded in the landscape, and t he student can take advantage of creativity, irreverence, exaggeration, color an d movement. -Here's an example: We want to save (not to forget more) of the 13 g reatest works of the writer José de Alencar, the Brazilian literature of the Rom antic era (1836-1881): - O Guarani - Five Minutes - The Silver Mines - Luciola Iracema - Gaucho - The Gazelle's Paw - The Trunk of Ipe - Sonhos D'ouro - Ubira jara - Lady - The Sertanejo started imagining the figure of an Indian to represe nt the work O Guarani, putting all the details that we imagine, with an Indian t hong of leather, painted, using a headdress and holding a bow and arrow. Well, t

his is O Guarani. In the hand of the Indian, a watch, may be a wristwatch, can b e up to your watch, but that mark only five minutes, and this will remind us the name of the second work. Stacked on top of the clock, several silver coins, ver y shiny, so heavy that they are breaking the clock display, and then remember Th e Silver Mines. Sitting on top of the coins, almost slipping, we see a picture o f a very bright woman, who remind us Luciola. Then we shall Luciola arm in arm w ith a naked Indian, will Iracema. Let's see what we have so far: think a minute and try to recall the works already 14 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY memorized. We have an Indian (Guarani), in his hand a watch brand that only five minutes (five minutes) and balancing on the clock we have silver coins (Silver Mines), sitting on the coins have a woman lit (Luciola ) with your arms around a naked Indian (Iracema). It works, no? Let us continue ... India is taking a gou rd of mate, that will remind you Gaucho. Eating the grass of the mate gourd, we see a gazelle, with a paw sunk in tea, and then remember The Gazelle's Paw. In t he antlers of the deer we see the trunk of Ipe and on the trunk, golden flowers to remember Dreams D'gold, and rested on the pollen of a flower we see Til (imag ine a pound sign like a butterfly). Do not lose your breath and go forward, lyin g on the tilde, as if on a couch, we see another Indian, Ubirajara. The Indian w oman is dreaming of an all-Senhoracom paraphernalia of a lady of the nineteenth century. But who holds the umbrella of the lady is a Sertanejo. Well,€we will re view everything - imagine an Indian holding a clock (which only marks five minut es) and watch many pieces of silver. Sitting on the coins a woman lit, with your arms around a naked Indian mate who takes over the bowl and a hind paw buried i n tea. On the antlers of a deer from a trunk and flourishing in ipe ipe gold but tons, which have landed on their pollen, like a butterfly, a tilde. Lying on the tilde, an Indian dreaming of a lady who has a frontiersman holding her umbrella . Clearly, all this explanation is too time consuming and more complicated than the technique developed with their own ideas, and readers will check soon, with a little more practice, how simple and efficient method. The big advantage is th at this information is now included in the archives of his memory, so solid at h is disposal. 15 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY METHOD OF PHONETIC ALPHABET It is a powerful mnemonic method, which consists of associating numbers to phone mes. First, we will learn the phonetic alphabet, which consists of ten consonant sounds: It is intended, therefore, the memorization of values. Oooooooooo accom panying sound sound sound sound corresponding corresponding corresponding corres ponding corresponding sound sound sound sound sound corresponding corresponding corresponding corresponding to the sound No to n. to n. to n. to n. to n. to n. to n. to n. to n. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 is the T or D is N or NH M will be the R o r RR will be the L or LH to the J, CH, X or G bland (with the sound of j, as in chalk, ice) is the K, QU, C strong (as in dog, cup) or G strongly (cock, swallow , gluttony) is the F or V is the P or B is the Z, C, S, SS C bland (as in SACI, onions) or SC Now see the big picture and remember through the tips: 1 = T, D (ot has a vertic al) 2 = N, NH (on has two vertical) 3 = M (om has three vertical) 4 = R, RR (the

rr has four legs) 5 = L, LH (fifty Romans is in L) = J 6, CH, X, G bland (unlik e seems oj 6) 7 = K, C Strong, Strong G, Q (remember tape "K-7") 8 = F, V (of ha ndwriting is similar to eight) 9 = P, B (P seems unlike the nine) 0 = Z, S, SS, SC, soft C, Ç (the word zero starts with the letter z) is necessary to be famili ar with the alphabet for us to continue our studies. We will use these concepts in later chapters. See, now, how can we use this method: Reportemo us geography. If we were studying the oceans, we need surely know the area of each: Ocean Pac ific: 164,316,900 km ² Atlantic Ocean: 85,555,200 km ² Indian Ocean: 72,577,280 km ² Now, remember this, it means memorizing a number with 25 digits: 1643169008 555520072577280. Would you say: impossible to memorize this number! (And when I talk about memorizing means remembering not only now but also months from now). With the phonetic alphabet it becomes a simple task, each number has a correspon ding phoneme, with which we can form words or phrases: Pacific Ocean: 1 6 4 3 1 6 9 0 0 corresponding phonemes chosen T CH CH RMD PSS Now, with the increase of the vowels, we will form words: 16 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY Torch Branch Shower Weights Atlantic Ocean 85555200 FLLLLNSC soft Fila Lula Canv as Saci words that can be easily remembered by one of the techniques already see n, such as stacking. Or we may even, as in the case below (Indian Ocean), form a single sentence. Will a single sentence with a certain sense, what will suffice for us to memorize: 72577280 CNLCCNVS Putting vowels, is: cinnamon and cocoa in the vase "Cinnamon and coconut in bowl" is a phrase that in itself shows a sing le frame of mind. You can then choose the technique that suits you. 17 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY METHOD OF KEYWORD In this method we will use pre-established mental frameworks, which will help us to memorize; may be of the alpha-numeric or words rhymed. We'll go deeper, goin g forward. Keyword Alpha-Numeric We are already familiar with the phonetic alpha bet, then go back to it, forming words that represent the numbers 10-10: 1. 2. 3 . 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Dwarf River Wool Hand Day Tea Cup Dog Grape Urn These are words that have consonants that represent a number, because you, dear reader, already know that the vowels in the alphabet represent numbers not only embody the word.€Imagine a mental picture for each word: - Day: Imagine a landsc ape you like, or even the view from the window of his house. - Dwarf: Think you know a dwarf, or one of the seven dwarfs of Snow White. - Hand: it can be yours, or even a giant hand bigger than your house. - River: think of a river and try to hear the roar of the water. - Wool: can be a ball or a jacket that you like. - Tea: imagine a cup of tea, bag, spoon and all. - Dog: a think that you have or have had, or else some of you enjoy. - UVa: think of you eating a bunch of grap es, or even people picking grapes in the vineyards. - Chest: imagine a very larg e and with many details. - Cup: can be a championship or cup to drink that champ agne. We talked, but we emphasize once again that his mental image should always be irreverent, illogical, extravagente and even ridiculous, that encourage memo rization. Let's now an application of this method. Studying biology, specificall y zoology, we needed to memorize for the class of mammals, ungulates of the orde r Artiodactyla, which are hoofed mammals with fingers pairs (2 or 4): 1 - 2 Ox Pig 3 - Camel (Dromedary) 4 - Sheep 5 - 6 Giraffe - Hippo 7 - 8 Buffalo - Bitch

9 - Llama 10-Elk (antelope, deer) to memorize, just melted in the pre-set menta l picture, what we remember. Let's see: 1 - Day / Ox: see that landscape preset picture on it and an ox grazing, eating so much that goes up a little fading of the landscape. 18 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY 2 - Dwarf / Pig: see, instead of a pig, a dwarf - poor thing - on a platter, cri spy and with an apple in his mouth. It is an absurd image, but that is how we wi ll remember that the second item refers to pork. 3 - Hand / Camel: imagine a big hand shaking camel's hump. 4 - River / Ram: think of a sheep that crossed a riv er and left the other side "skinny" because he had wet his hair. Add as many det ails as you can imagine, it enriches the mental framework helps to fix the image in memory. 5 - Wool / Giraffe: imagine a lot of balls it would take to make a c oat for a giraffe. 6 - Tea / Hippo: he had the mental picture of the cup, now se e her in a bathing hippo. 7 - Dog / Buffalo: think that this dog, you already ha ve in your mental picture preset, is looking after a herd of buffalo. 8 - UVA / Goat: imagine the mental picture of the grapes and see the goats eating the grap es, and instead of milk, their udders will leave the wine. 9 - Trunk / Llama: Yo u can imagine a trunk-shaped Llama. 10 - Cup / Elk: think of a moose drinking wa ter in a crystal cup. So if you used the crystal cup to your mental picture pres et. It's always good to avoid changing the mindset predetermined not to create c onfusion. Of course you can expand the number of frames-mental predetermined to as many as you want. Always with the same formula, the same strategy, in which t he number you will remember a word, by phonetic alphabet and the word brings to mind a mental picture, where it merges what you want to remember. Fascinating, n o! Ahead we have some suggestions for keywords to the number thirty: 11121314151 617181920212223242627282930TaTu Lady Tina Earth Screen Shower Taco Typhoon Tube Nut Note Nene NeMo Nero Cobra Nave neck Suit Girl Keyword rhymed works the same way as the previous method (7.1), but here we do n ot use any knowledge about the phonetic alphabet, yes ma, we make the link betwe en the number and password through rhyme. Here are some suggestions to thirty ke ywords: 1 - Bum (bang, bang) 2 - 3 Bois - Kings 4 - Table 5 - Trinco 6 - 7 Laws - Check 8 - Porto 19 Generated by Foxit PDF Creator © Foxit Software For evaluation only. TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT STORAGE AND STUDY 9 - Rain 10 - Feet 11 - Monk 12 - Pose (picture) 13 - Thesis (scientific paper, book) 14 - 15 Sickle - Lynx (animal) 16 - Customer 17 - Scooter 18 - Biscuit 19 - Automobile 20 - Listener 21 - Tuna 22 - Rice 23 - Chinese 24 - duck 25 - 26 Be lt - Peasant 27 - Puppet 28 - Crazy 29 - Taste (from the verb prove) 30 - Paint Now you are able to come up with their own frames of mind, without minor problem , but here are some tips for the top ten: 1 - Bum: think of a burst, an explosio n, then you include what we will remember this mental picture. Here, you can do, too, that the proper object of memorization explode, bringing with it a rich-me ntal framework. 2 - Bois: imagine a bull digging his horns into what you want to memorize.€3-Kings: think of a mind-frame with the three Magi. 4 - Table: imagin e a table with nice frame, signed by a painter of repute, which contains what yo u want to memorize it. 5 - Latch: Think what you want to memorize can be part of a door, or even be the door itself, and you, hand on the latch opens and closes the door. Imagine what would happen. 6 - Laws: think of a court-like frame of m ind, by jury, assistance, lawyers, defendant, judge, etc.. The object of memoriz

ation may be in the defendant's chair at the table of the judge (Judge imagine h itting the hammer on the subject) or else be the judge himself. 7 - Check: imagi ne you signing your check what you want to memorize. 8 - Port: Now, you can thin k what you want to remember is docking in the port like a ship. 9 - Rain: Here h is own theme of memory - what you want to memorize - it rains like water, imagin e, then, what happens when the object crashes to the floor, or fall on his head. 10 - Feet: Now, your foot, or any other, step on what you're memorizing, then i f you have certain reactions, depending on what it is. It is an effective way to memorize. Where there is no need to memorize the literal text (word by word), v arious techniques may be used: to speak aloud, summarize graphs and diagrams (di agrams), rewrite the text with your own words, summarize the text without lookin g at the original, elaborate schemes from the abstract, transform the schema tex t again, explain the matter to a colleague, etc.. The possibilities are endless. As a guideline, we suggest that, after the pre-reading and first reading, third reading is carried out together with the marking of the text (italics) in order to signal the central ideas and topics to be memorized. After this, they can be held notes or diagrams charts, summarizing the material being studied. In order to ascertain whether the restraint is accomplished, the student may, initially with the summary or outline chart in hand, trying to reconstruct the text studie d (mentally or orally). Later, he can gauge whether you can rebuild the text wit hout his notes. 20