NEW Topical Talk toy - try linking your thinking!

When we learn, we naturally hook all of the information together in our brain. This helps us to understand things better and it also makes new information easier to remember.

Our fantastic friends at Cognostics have created a fun graph to help you figure out where all of your brain links are for The power of sound.

STEP 1: watch to see how it works

STEP 2: have a go!

Make links in your own graph, here.

Take your time and think really carefully about what's important to you.

STEP 3: share your learning

Choose a question to answer in the comments:

  1. What did you learn from your graph?
  2. Which topics were the most important for you? Why?
  3. Which topics, words or links were missing from your graph? Why are they important? (We will keep an eye out for particularly persuasive answers and maybe even add your ideas to the graph for everyone to try)

We can't wait to see what you think!

Comments (2)

  • British Council.jpg rational_grape | Makini Academy | Kenya
    24 Jun 2022

    The missing link is audio-visual. To start with, I will explain the meaning of audio-visual. the act of using both sight and sound, typically in the form of images and recorded speech or recorded music. So, it is a combination of audio and visual media. Examples include television. think it is important because someone would want to make a post but he or she is not sure if it would be relevant. it is also important to the graph and even at the top because it makes us also explore beyond visual and audio journalism and t can give more ideas to people. In our day-to-day life, I think audio-visual journalism is important because t makes us able to get equal information on the news. For example, when using visual journalism n a society, it will be hard for peopple with blind people to get an equal amount of information as the other people with no eye problems. The problem can be solved by using audio journalism but what if a deaf person is there, they will have to switch the type of journalism and that will make it hard for the blind person to get information.

    Someone who disagrees with me might give the idea of bringing television to a deaf person (Deaf people can't read words but some do). Well, yes you are 50/50, but to make work easier still recommend using audio-visual media because, first, a televson is an example of audio-visual journalism.

    The word can be linked to television, radio, audio, and visual journalism.

  • Cardinal Langley RC High School |United Kingdom alert_attitude | Cardinal Langley RC High School |United Kingdom
    30 Jun 2022

    thank you so much this helped alot

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