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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2010
During the second input, the teacher is revisiting the content from the first session. The same neural pathways will be stimulated, which demonstrates their importance to the brain. To vary this input and make it more interactive, it is advisable to change the way the content is presented. This could be achieved by using different examples of the same thing or missing out some of the key information, allowing the students to see what they can remember from the first input.
In this clip, the students are being shown slides similar to the first input and are asked to 'fill in the gaps' of some of the key information that is missing. It is important to remove information that you want them to know, as their attention will be drawn to it when asked to remember it.