Cartoon Technique

The mnemonic techniques (which is what the comic strip technique belongs to) are widely used by students to study the modules or syllabi of the competitive examinations, as well as those of the careers, baccalaureate, ...

With these techniques the aim is to increase our capacity.

For example, let's delve into the cartoon technique. The comic strip technique is based on building a story based on a series of words or actions so that the story is built based on those words.

However, in order to force our memory, we can play with the technique and propose, at the beginning, that all these words cannot be repeated more than 1 time. For example, with vampire, castle, girl and cape we can create the story like this: The vampire captured the girl with his cape and took her to his castle.

When that technique, because of its ease, especially if we make the story short, no longer gives us the result it should, we can complicate it by adding a new rule: that between word and word (of the word relation) there is a minimum of 20 words more (with which we are already forcing ourselves, not only to remember the word that we have said, but to count our own words until we reach the one that we will actually take from the list). In this way we will not only empower our mind, but also have an even greater degree of concentration.

In this way, the story, applying that rule, would be as follows: The vampire, skilled as he was with the powers that his immortal condition gave him, silently approached the silhouette that was drawn in the window to catch the girl at the Which he carefully wrapped taking care not to damage his skin and thus avoid his concentration from being lost due to the deep smell that his blood could give off and for which he used his cape; then he lifted her and drew her close, wrapping his arms around her and taking a flight that would take them both to their new home, their castle.

As you can see, a bit convoluted, but it does its job by "forcing" me to measure my words while having to remember the story so as not to repeat words that have already been said.

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