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- Print Length: 138 pages
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- Publisher: Advanced Education Methodology (AEM) (25 Dec. 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H0JZ2M0
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
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How To Learn And Memorize Latin Vocabulary ... Using A Memory Palace Specifically Designed For Classical Latin (Magnetic Memory Series) Kindle Edition
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I read on a blog about how someone is using mnemonics to teach their children Spanish, so then we found this. The techniques are definitely working for my husband and me - surprisingly so - and it's easy to see how children can use them too. I'm excited to get the kids started - but may just do some of the easier techniques at first (oldest is only three and a half - and while I'm so eager for them to learn, I also want to take it slow, so as to avoid the burnout that we're trying to avoid from school!)
(Also, VERY heavily padded with advertising for his other publications).
Wikepedia The Method of loci (loci being Latin for "places"), also called the memory palace or mind palace technique, is a mnemonic device known to the ancient Greeks and. In this technique the subject memorizes the layout of some building, or the arrangement of shops on a street, or any geographical entity which is composed of a number of discrete loci. When desiring to remember a set of items the subject literally 'walks' through these loci and commits an item to each one by forming an image between the item and any distinguishing feature of that locus. Retrieval of items is achieved by 'walking' through the loci, allowing the latter to activate the desired items