Some have written to me asking to tell you some study techniques that I personally used to deal with the oppositions of prisons. In this first installment I’ll say my favorite. It’s a memory technique that tract of the book techniques of memory for oppositions. It’s a book specializing in the application of techniques to retain information on the study of oppositions. Also interesting thing about the book is that it is written by a person who applied in the study of opposition and worked him. But let’s go to the grain. It is technique is known as the stories and is application when we have to memorize certain terms that we consider very important and required learning. I put an example course.
To my way of seeing one of these listings of terms that we need to know are the principles of organization of the General Administration of the State: hierarchy. Functional decentralization. Functional and territorial devolution. Economy, sufficiency and strict adaptation of the means for institutional purposes. Simplicity, clarity, and proximity to citizens.
Coordination. Learn these terms at a glance can be easy, but taking into account that we must study more than 50 topics and we will probably have to deal with more listings of this type, it is advisable to use a technique that facilitates us the work. Here comes the memory technique of the stories. It is simply to create a story linking the terms of listing resulting us fun and easily assimilable. It has shown that much more rare and extraordinary is the story, easier will be to remember it. You’ll be thinking that it is quite difficult to create a story with these words so technical. The solution is to use a word or phrase cut easier to remember and can relate to the original, although not a priori have any relationship.