In Today's Episode:
- Revision needs to be meaningful and you need to know it works
- It's possible to waste a lot of time with revision, time that you could be spending with more content
- It can be tricky with multiple languages
- I tend to think of revision now more as a question of repeating content – listening/reading to things over and over
- Important point: Things that you want to “revise” will learn themselves naturally over time
- Taking notes is a funny one… many people literally never look at them again
- My personal revision process involves:
- Putting key phrases into flashcards and reviewing regularly
- Highlighting useful words/phrases for lessons
- Covering topics multiple times in speaking sessions
- I deal with grammar by:
- Putting complete sentences into flashcards
- Looking briefly at rules, and then noticing how that grammar is used in real content
- Bulletproof Memory – My complete programme for developing a world-class memory & never forgetting another word
- IWTYAL 246 – Why do some gurus advise against learning multiple languages at the same time?
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