We gain information by listening and hearing.
We gain information by looking and seeing.
We gain information by hearing and seeing.
We gain meaning by thinking about what we see and hear.
We gain meaning by thinking appropriately about what we can think about.
We gain meaning by linking what we see and hear to what we have already seen and heard and thought about.
We begin to secure what we understand by active thinking.
We can remember because we know and can recognise similarities.
We can remember because we know what it is not.
We can recall because we have remembered and we have practised remembering enough.
We have learned if we can do all of these.
Thank you, Linsey.