Dual coding is a study technique that combines attempting to recall and make sense of both pictures and words to learn the subject matter. When reviewing with Dual Coding you look at the pictures and compare the visuals with what is in the textbook (Nelson Chemistry). This technique works because you now have two ways of learning, knowing and recalling the information.
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