Even though visual and auditory memory form an essential part of all learning, we very often do not deliberately teach or practise them. NOW YOU CAN!
These very quick exercises can be done weekly or even daily.
You'll most likely find your students ASKING to do them, as they self-monitor their scores and see them improving!
Choose from AUDITORY MEMORY (listening) and VISUAL MEMORY (seeing) below.
"The "Looking with the brain" activities are going really well. We do 1 a week and students now look forward to the challenge. I think I now need harder ones!! They notice every little detail now and most get 100% on the questions." (R Hollinger, NZ)
Visual discrimination and visual memory skills can be enhanced by practice, and your students will benefit from regular exercises of a minimum of once a week. The activities in this book will help you to provide that practice.
They are essential and critical skill areas; but we don't often, or regularly, teach or consciously 'develop' them in our classrooms.
Visual discrimination and visual memory form an integral part of many daily activities. They are essential and critical skill areas; but we don't often, or regularly, teach or consciously 'develop' th..