5. Review

5. Review

step 5

Review your images and keep saying them over and over until you can say the poem, quote or verse from memory!

IMPORTANT NOTE: You do not need to turn every word in the text into a picture. For example words like ‘a, the, and, are’ probably don’t need to be turned into an image. If you read the text a few times and got a feel for it then all you need is brain triggers for the main idea and your brain will fill in the gaps!



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