When teaching language skills, I have found that I use these eight memory strategies the most: ID the Key, Rehearse, Link, Paraphrase, Chunk, Visualize, List, and Draw. (I include color coding, tracing, writing, drawing pictures into the "drawing" strategy) I make an effort to incorporate the vocabulary and concepts of these memory strategies into every activity and lesson. The repetition makes a difference!
There are three versions: half page, quarter page, and all eight to a page. I like having them all on one page when sending home or including in their journals, but the larger sizes are nice for teaching. When I am pushing in to classes, I slip the full page into a sturdy page protector and have them all available to reference.
I made it printer friendly, thinking you could print onto color paper that matches your color scheme. Check out the post on my blog for more information about this resource!
Emily Richardson, M.S., CCC-SLP 2014