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Mnemonic is a learning technique that helps us organize, retain and remember information, by making recall easy.

A mnemonic, also known as a memory aid, is a tool that helps you remember an idea or phrase with a pattern of letters, numbers or relatable associations. Mnemonic devices include special rhymes and poems, acronyms, images, songs, outlines, and other tools. Mnemonic (pronounced ni-mon-ik) is derived from the Greekphrase mimnēskesthai meaning to “remember.”


Mnemonicsare fun tools or memory aids you can use to remember word sequence. Figures,events, face and facts, can be mastered and recalled by using memory aids,popularly known as mnemonics. In fact, using mnemonics is effective compared toother conventional means such as repetition and rote learning.


1.Improvementin Memory:-

Mnemonicsis powerful tool that can help you improve your memory. While ordinarymemorization can be monotonous, using memorization techniques can be anentertaining method to retain valuable information. Mnemonics can help enhanceboth your long-term and short-term memory.


2. HelpsChildren with Dyslexia :-

Dyslexiasimply means reading difficulty or inability to read fluently, despite adequateopportunity and intelligence. The common symptoms among dyslexia patients arereversing numbers and/ or words, which translates to reading difficulty.However, using mnemonics can help improve reading ability in children withdyslexia.


3. EnhancesImagination:-

Imaginationis important in order to create strong mnemonics. Our information will help usto create effective learning aids to improve our memory. When we stronglyvisualize and imagine a short phrase, it becomes easy to recall the informationlater. Moreover, we can either decide to use violent or vivid mnemonics,depending on our preference.


4. SensoryStimulation :-

Mnemonicshelp to break monotony associated with rote learning, which make learning fun.Through using mnemonics, we can learn new language, a complex game, and evencook some unfamiliar recipes. Mnemonics are more effective with learners whohave improved verbal skills. This means that students who have readingdifficulties may have trouble learning new material using mnemonics.


5. RetrievesImportant Information :-

When wetry to remember something, the brain activates nerve cells used to store theinformation. By using mnemonics, it becomes easy to keep healthy function ofthe blood cells, improving your memory. Also, mnemonics help to enhance ourimagination to create more ways to remember important information.

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