Learn the periodic table easily on Learnodo Newtonic. This is the first of two videos through which you will not only be able to memorize the periodic table but also retain that knowledge through mnemonics.
Memorizing maps can be a difficult task because your brain is unable to form any association between the various regions of the map. So to help you learn the map of Africa we have formed two monsters named KenUg and Kong Kong. Various body parts of these monsters will help you memorize the different countries of Africa.
So that you don’t forget what you learn we have used mnemonics. Let me tell you a few things about KenUg to make things KenUg is a monster shaped like a rhino. He has a tanned snout and raw brown teeth. The name of the monster KenUg gives you Kenya and Uganda. Tanned snout gives you Tanzania, which is of course located at the snout of KenUg.
The countries located at his raw brown teeth are Rwanda and Burundi. There is a lot more to know about KenUg but we will leave that for the video.
Anyways that should have given you an idea about how we will help you learn the map of Africa.
It is easy to learn the map of South America and you can read this article to memorize it. But we will recommend that you watch our video for forming better memory association.
Memorizing the map of South America becomes simple once you find the hidden crocodile in the map.
Okay now you just need to remember which part stands for what.
The remaining countries can be remembered from this mnemonic about the crocodile.
So that was how simple it was to learn the map of South America.
Roots covered in this movie: Bene, Mal, Turpis, Bon, Fide
Words covered in this movie: Benediction, Benevolent, Benign, Benignant, Benefactor, Benedict, Bonny, Bonkers, Bonbon, Bonhomie, Bonafide, Fidelity, Malediction, Malevolent, Malign, Malignant, Malefactor, Malodorous, Malice, Malaise, Malfunction, Malady, Hideous, Turpitude, Apprentice
It is difficult to memorize maps because the shapes of countries and continents are vague and hence easily forgotten. Imagine if the map of Asia was shaped like a giant and the countries were its body, legs etc. Wouldn’t it be easier to remember it then? Well that is exactly what we have done. To help you memorize the map of Asia, we have transformed it into a giant called Rusty.
Well let me tell you a few things about Rusty. He loves to eat horses. So in the illustration, Rusty is cooking a horse in a vessel. It is inverted as it wouldn’t fit in the vessel otherwise. Horse is a weird animal to eat! When we asked him why he loved eating horses, he started singing “It’s My Life.” Anyways, the inverted horse will help you in memorizing the countries in The Middle East.
Rusty is holding a Kazak spoon in his hand with which he is stirring the horse in the vessel. Don’t worry no animals were harmed while making this illustration. The Kazak spoon helps you in locating Kazakhstan on the map.
Rusty lost one of his legs while fighting with the South American monster, which is a croc. Must have eaten his leg I guess! Anyways so Rusty uses a wooden stump as a replacement – the wooden stump being the Indian sub-continent. His other leg is a sort of a dinosaur which he uses to catch small animals. This mutated leg helps you in remembering the countries of South East Asia.
Well I hope you got an idea of how we will help you learn the map of Asia. Wherever we have felt that you might find it difficult to remember the location of the countries, we have used mnemonics. Like to help you remember the countries on the head of the inverted horse, we have used the mnemonic : Why men like his forehead – because his nose looks like a man. Y men helps you remember Yemen while a man helps you remember Oman.
Watch these videos and you will learn the map of Asia in no time.