Having students verbally repeat information such as instructions ensures they have heard and supports remembering. With verbal repetition, learners also can personalize and interact with information, activating multiple brain pathways to help move knowledge from Short- to Long-term Memory.
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Watch how ABC Magic Phonics uses verbal repetition of sounds to encourage the development of Phonological Awareness. By repeating each letter sound twice and a corresponding word that includes the sound, the product encourages consolidation of sound knowledge into Long-term Memory.