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Information about Chunking

Published on March 14, 2008

Author: laureepauree

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CHUNKING

Definition: Helps organize thinking, and handle information. Helps us become efficient at handling information Items can be classified into different groups moving from the general to the specific, and vice versa.

Helps organize thinking, and handle information.

Helps us become efficient at handling information

Items can be classified into different groups moving from the general to the specific, and vice versa.

All information should be presented in small digestible units

All information should be presented in small digestible units

Can be applied to: Written documents Object, data, functional and dynamic models Computer programs

Written documents

Object, data, functional and dynamic models

Computer programs

When to use chunking: When you are confronted with a task that seems daunting. Chunk it down to find smaller, more manageable mini-tasks. When you are overwhelmed by details. Chunk up to find the overall meaning or purpose to "get the bug picture" or "see the wood for the trees" When you want to communicate more effectively. Make sure you package the information in chunks that are the right size for your audience. When you want to find ways of reaching an agreement

When you are confronted with a task that seems daunting. Chunk it down to find smaller, more manageable mini-tasks.

When you are overwhelmed by details. Chunk up to find the overall meaning or purpose to "get the bug picture" or "see the wood for the trees"

When you want to communicate more effectively. Make sure you package the information in chunks that are the right size for your audience.

When you want to find ways of reaching an agreement

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