Everyone desires to improve in memory. It is disgusting if what has been presented is forgotten and inherent in conversation, thus hindering the sequence of ensuing ideas. Longer term learning also presents ideas on retention. It is salient to remember poignant concepts presented in a formal speech so that the receiver of information may grow, develop on and over previous learnings.When attending the public school, 1934-1942, there was mush interest in memorizing of classic poetry, especially in English classes. Much research since that time has revealed that memorization does not assist in retention and recall of ideas. Rather, the following helps:

* understanding subject matter presented by the communicator

* indicating how the knowledge and skills might be used

* using the new ideas in a variety of situations when contrasts are made of previously acquired content

* Repeated use in functional situations is needed.

— Marlow Ediger, North Newton