Aims for lesson 6 Recap multi-store Build your

Aims for lesson 6  Recap multi-store  Build your

Aims for lesson 6 Recap multi-store Build your own memory model! Leave your 2 pieces of prep on your table so I can look at them while you are completing other tasks Read the feedback you have been given Practice question

Outline one strength and one limitation of the Multi-store memory model (4 marks) 4 marks = 5 mins Activity 1: Fill in the blanks ?

? Text box ? ? ?

? Some words can be used more than once Forgotten Short-term memory Attention Sensory input Rehearsal Long-term memory Sensory memory

? ? ? Aim for Lesson 6

Make your own Multi-Store Model of memory Take a picture at each stage You can then make a montage of photos

You can put these on a powerpoint and describe how the MSM Select 3 boxes Each box will represent each store The smallest box will be the sensory register

You must remove two of the doors and cut in a hole on the base Somewhere on your box I would like you to write the encoding, capacity and duration of the sensory register R: S f

o g n Encodi of SR: ty Capaci of SR: . n Duratio

Now choose your second box This will be your Short-term memory You must remove both doors You must cut in a small square on the base Somewhere on your box I would like you to write the encoding, capacity and duration of the STM TM

S f o g in Encod of STM ty Capaci of STM. on

Durati Your last box This will be your long-term memory store It should be the biggest I would like you to remove one of the doors and make a small hole on the base

Somewhere on your box I would like you to write the encoding, capacity and duration of the LTM of LTM g n i d o Enc

f LTM o y t i c a . Cap

f LTM o n o ti Dura You should make arrows of direction, forgetting and rehearsal and stick them on the boxes accordingly

Take your piece of paper As soon as the information enters the sensory register, how long does it stay for? What happens if we dont pay attention to some of the information? For example: the first four and last four digits? Take your piece of paper As soon as the information enters the sensory register, how long does

it stay for? What happens if we dont pay attention to some of the information? For example: the first four and last four digits? You should cut off the digits not given attention as they would be forgotten You should stick these onto your forgotten arrow Take your piece of paper When this information enters the short-term memory, it cannot all fit

in the store. What can we do to make all the information fit? Take your piece of paper When this information enters the short-term memory, it cannot all fit in the store. What can we do to make all the information fit? Chunking! You should chunk the digits Since chunking improves STM, where will these chunks go? And where will the digits which cannot be chunked go?

Essay question Outline and evaluate the multistore model of memory 12 marks Due: 22nd November

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