Learning Visualisation:
(A story with an American background)

Read (and be amused) about the following text/story: 

See the white house.

And in front of it, or in the oval office is Judy Garland, playing with Christmas Garland. And now she is rubbing this Christmas garland around her really, really hairy knee. This is so weird.

And now John Lennon takes this garland (away from the hairy knee, maybe he even rips it away, as you rip off a plaster and you can even feel the pain); so he rips it away and wraps it around a ton weight. Maybe that ton weight is coming to life (like in cartoons), and it falls down, or even smashes down on a bottle of Scotch whisky.So can see the broken glass, you could hear when it broke and you can smell the aroma of the whisky. And now that whisky breed summer. However you imagine summer,however summer is coming out of the whisky drops.And this summer picture is fighting with twigs, loads of twigs. Like in cartoon they have arms and legs. Summer fighting with twigs, and twigs fighting with summer.And now this fight is getting tangled up in wool, a ball of wool. Or is the wool joining in the fight as well? Let’s stop here for a moment.Yes, this was an unusual story, we may even call it crazy and weird. However, in this story are the seven names of U.S. Army generals in early 1861. The list is as follows: John GarlandWilliam S. HarneyAlbert S. JohnstonWinfield ScottEdwin V. SumnerDavid E. TwiggsJohn E. Wool Taken from:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American_Civil_War_generals If we recap the story and what it was all about: See the white house.This may be an anchor, something to start the story with.And in front of it, or in the oval office is Judy Garland, playing with Christmas Garland. (=> John Garland)And now she is rubbing this Christmas garland around her really, really hairy knee. You may not like this picture, however it does sound a bit like Har-ney (=> William S. Harney)This is so weird.And now John Lennon takes this garland (away from the hairy knee, maybe he even rips it away, as you rip off a plaster and you can even feel the pain); so he rips it away and wraps it around a ton weight. (=> Albert S. Johnston)Maybe that ton weight is coming to life (like in cartoons), and it falls down, or even smashes down on a bottle of Scotch whisky. (=> Winfield Scott)So can see the broken glass, you could hear when it broke and you can smell the aroma of the whisky. And now that whisky breed summer. However you imagine summer,however summer is coming out of the whisky drops.Don’t worry, this one is not entirely exact, however summer is very close to sumner (=> Edwin V. Sumner).And this summer picture is fighting with twigs, loads of twigs. Like in cartoon they have arms and legs. Summer fighting with twigs, and twigs fighting with summer. (=> David E. Twiggs)And now this fight is getting tangled up in wool, a ball of wool. Or is the wool joining in the fight as well? (John E. Wool) SUMMARY:It is not important WHAT picture you have, as long as you have one.You can weave it into a story, but you don’t have to.And many/most/all  of the pictures have absolutely nothing to do with the meaning of the word to be remembered. ð You do NOT need to know the meaning of the word.ð You do need to have a picture.

 

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