2. Memory pegs
This video explains how to associate numbers and keywords with revision material and thus make detailed information much easy to recall.
3. Tips for remembering what you read
Dr Cynthia Green explains how to use the SING method to better remember the contents of books and articles.
4. Using rhymes and rap
For some, converting information into a poem or song can be the best way to memorise and recall it. This highly enthusiastic history teacher gives a fine example of how to do this, rapping Russian history from the first World War to the October Revolution.
5. Study habits
There's more to revision than remembering things. This video outlines six key study habits and a memory technique to help you remember what to memorise!
6. Different memory tricks for different types of learners
Taking the example of GCSE history, this video describes mnemonics for visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learners. These approaches are covered by the other videos in this article, but the examples here are useful.