mnemonics


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mne·mon·ics

 (nĭ-mŏn′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
A system to develop or improve the memory.
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mnemonics

(nɪˈmɒnɪks)
n (usually functioning as singular)
1. the art or practice of improving or of aiding the memory
2. (Education) a system of rules to aid the memory
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mne•mon•ics

(nɪˈmɒn ɪks)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
the process or technique of improving or developing the memory.
[1700–10]
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mnemonics

the process or technique of improving, assisting, or developing the memory. Also called mnemotechnics. — mnemonic, adj.
See also: Memory
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mnemonics

A code consisting of abbreviated instructions.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mnemonics - a method or system for improving the memorymnemonics - a method or system for improving the memory
method - a way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)
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Translations
mnemotechnika

mnemonics

[nɪˈmɒnɪks] NSINGmnemotécnica f, nemotécnica f
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mne·mon·ics

n. mnemónica, adiestramiento de la memoria por medio de asociación de ideas y otros recursos.
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References in classic literature ?
It is not known if the name of the letter was altered as an additional mnemonic, or if the name was always Klatch and the destruction one of nature's pums.
But at least this gave you an opportunity to write to me about your little memory tricks, including a surprising number of mnemonics for stalactites/stalagmites.
Essentially, keyword mnemonics consists of two stages: the first is the acoustic or verbal stage, and the second the visual or interactive image stage.
There are a few exceptions to these mnemonics, and in Class G (uncontrolled) airspace, VFR requires only one mile and clear of clouds.
Kalder (2012) and many others have seen first-hand how mathematical mnemonics can sometimes mislead students to view mathematics as a magical set of formulas to be memorised and applied without much thought to the matter.
Oral mnemonics are a set of techniques which allow information to be placed in a form that is easy to remember.
Contestants should complete the existing mnemonic with their preferred presidential candidate.
A mnemonic (or mnemonic device) is any learning technique that aids information retention.
Next clinic, we'll finish with OUS VFR and then break things down a little differently for those who are not keen on mnemonics or want things parsed out by radar vs.
Each of the philosophies explored, namely concept mapping, step by step scaffolding, online forums and mnemonics will provide students with techniques to enhance their learning prospects.
The multisensory approach consisted of using visuals, kinesthetic-tactile movements, and auditory and mnemonic skills.