Procedural memory is the type of memory called upon when performing skills, learned behaviors, or procedures such as tying a shoelace or riding a bicycle. Students perform a task that involves procedural memory and discover that repetition is key to becoming efficient at the task.
Grade Level: 4-12
Lesson Length: 1 class period with extensions
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