January 15, 2010

Forced Memories


You know how certain events in your childhood are very memorable? Just little interactions that really stand out, even after all this time?

Sometimes I wonder if the only reason we remember things like that is because we're supposed to.

But, I also wonder if there's a method to it? Is there a way to "manipulate" a situation to make it stick in someone's mind forever? Obviously, a traumatic experience will do the trick. But, what about really interesting wordplay? Is this something a teacher could capitalize on? Any ideas for methods?

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