Seeing and Remembering





Fifteen or twenty articles are placed upon a table under a sheet, in

front of the pupils. The sheet is removed for a space of 10 seconds and

the pupils are given a good chance to study the articles on the table.

After the sheet has again covered the articles, each pupil is requested

to write as many of the articles as can be remembered, on a sheet of

paper. The one remembering the largest number wins.





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