# Английский язык. Горчакова Е.П - 22 стр.

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UNIT 3
MEMORY
1.
1 Memory helps us make use of what we have learnt.
What do you think is the purpose of forgetting?
2 Can our memory organize itself spontaneously? Are
there many ways to organize it deliberately and
efficiently?
examination?
from the list (A- F), for each part (1- 6).
A.
Information processing in reference to memory theory.
B.
What is the Freudian view of forgetting?
C.
How do we organize and why do we forget some long-
term memories.
D.
Short- term memory.
E.
In what ways do the three main memory systems differ?
F.
The characteristics of sensory memory.
3.Read the text and decide whether the following
statements are true or false.
1. In Bartletts major experiment the original story was
remembered unchanged.
2. Any experience is stored and then coded into one or
another kind of information.
3. Short- term memories can be reprocessed into long-
term ones.
4. Grouping and regrouping, organizing and reorganizing
are constantly going on in memory storage.
5. Forgetting long- term memories doesnt connect the
conditions under which the memories were first
processed.
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UNIT 3

MEMOR Y

1.

1 Memory helps us make use of what we have learnt.
What do you think is the purpose of forgetting?
2 Can our memory organize itself spontaneously? Are
there many ways to organize it deliberately and
efficiently?
examination?

2 . Rea d t h e t ex t a n d c h o o se t h e m o st su i t a bl e h ea d i n g
f r o m t h e l i st (A- F ), f o r ea c h p a r t (1 - 6 ).

A. Information processing in reference to memory theory.
B. What is the Freudian view of forgetting?
C. How do we organize and why do we forget some long-
term memories.
D. Short- term memory.
E. In what ways do the three main memory systems differ?
F. The characteristics of sensory memory.

3 .Rea d t h e t ex t a n d dec i de wh et h er            t h e f o l l o wi n g
st a t em en t s a r e t r u e o r f a l se.

1. In Bartlett’s major experiment the original story was
remembered unchanged.
2. Any experience is stored and then coded into one or
another kind of information.
3. Short- term memories can be reprocessed into long-
term ones.
4. Grouping and regrouping, organizing and reorganizing
are constantly going on in memory storage.
5. Forgetting long- term memories doesn’t connect the
conditions under which the memories were first
processed.