Revision clocks are a great way of breaking down information in up to 12 manageable chunks.
By breaking down an area you are revising, it allows you to see the big picture, as well as focus on the important aspects of the unit. By spending 5 minutes on each chunk it helps keep you focussed and makes revision more manageable. Combining text with images will help you retain information if you regularly revisit it (see dual coding).
Revision clocks allow you to break down a topic into manageble sections and help organise your revision time more effectively.
How to create revision clocks
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