|Author: [Anonymous] 11 Jan 2016 Member Level: Bronze Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Methods of learning and remembering will vary depending on the child and also the subject. Some learn by seeing, others by hearing, or doing. Take time to find out what kind of a learner the child is. Mostly, they learn by a combination of all the methods with a predominance over one method.
Memorising a subject without understanding it, will be of no use because then it doesn't help improve the child's knowledge. Learning by understanding must be given utmost importance.
It is also equally important to help the child develop interest in the subject and know why he is studying what he is studying. If the child is studying history for example, help the child gain a little more interest by reading stories about the people in that time and era.
|Author: jenny 12 Jan 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 10 (Rs 10) Voting Score: 0|
The following methods can be used to memorize the long answers:
1. Make the child to understand the answer first then learn it.
2. Split the long answers into points. Make the child learn the answer point wise.
3. Make a flow chart with key words and then build up the answer, and then try to memorise.
4. Make the child to learn it in a song sequence wise to learn the answer.
5. Create the answer with small pictures to learn and remember the answer.
6. Make the child to learn with actions, it would be easy to grasp.
7. Let the child write the answer with key words only in the points, and then memorize.
8. Allow the child to learn with other children loudly.
9. You can also use audio/visual aids to help the child to learn the answer.
10. Read out the answer and then make the child to repeat the answer after-you repeatedly.