Create multisensory memories...
Multi-sensory experiences help us to form long lasting memories. So when you want to remember, do everything you can to ensure that there is a visual, auditory and physical experience in your learning.
Flash cards. This is great for learning vocabulary, a new alphabet or a new language structure.
Draw a picture on one side of a small card or use a magazine picture (visual); Say the word or phrase aloud as you write it on the back of the card in your new language (auditory); Each time you go through the cards, imagine you are using the new words/structure in-country. Remember – NO ENGLISH - only your new language.
Enjoy pushing the boundaries of your memory.
Accelerated Learning for the 21st Century – Colin Rose and Malcom J Nicholl;
The Learning Revolution; Gordan Dryden and Dr Jeannette Vos).
Both of these books are great reads if you want more in-depth information on accelerated learning.