by / Tuesday, 25 June 2013 / Published in Actions

Sometimes it is difficult for participants in a class to remember certain concepts. Sometimes because they are somewhat abstract, because they are unfamiliar with the terms or simply because they are difficult to remember. When ever you need them to learn certain ideas or concepts, ask participants to draw a rectangle and divide it into the same number of squares that you have concepts for. For example, if you have 2, 4 or 6 concepts, to divide it into in 2, 4 or 6. If you don’t have an even number of concepts, don’t worry, they can leave a blank square. Now ask them to do a simple drawing of the concept that you have just described in a square. When the activity ends they will have a drawing for each concept.  It is far more likely that they will now retain the concept because they can associate the idea to an image that they have chosen and worked from.

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