ok the link might give you a few thinks to look at it’s a huge site very basic- in the way it looks- yet a gold mine- for home educators- Schools- and people who just want to be look around. http://www.happychild.org.uk
This site is not quite like your asking for- the quickest way to get list- is to got to the library get a few books on the topics you want make sure that book as a glossary- and there is your list.
Memorizing list might be good to build up your vocabulary- yet there is a knowledge gap- so if your going to just memorize list- just as an aid to boost your vocabulary- then that’s fine- yet it might help to read the book that you are getting the list from. So have a data reference- to help with hooking the memory in place-
Memory- works on a number of ideas- association- movement- and location- so the more you know about the contents of the list- the richer the memory will be.
I would recommend getting Tony Buzan’s books- Use your head- The Speed reading book- Master your memory**- the last book as a huge amount of things/list to memorize- like body parts- history dates- composers- artist- plays- etc.
If you want a good memory programme then “Quantum Memory” by Dominic O’Brien is pretty good-
Mega memory By Kevin Trudoe is also a very interesting programme and was very popular in the USA in the late 80s- the mind 90s
The Classic books by Harry Lorayne have a lot of cool memory tricks- that might be worth a look at.
Memory optimizer By Paul Scheele and Vera Birkenbihl as an very interesting way- of looking at
memory- and how memories are organized-
The Learning Revolution by Gordon Dryden & Dr. Jeannette Vos is also a incredible book that covers a lot of topics- on learning how to learn. And you can read it online (www.thelearningweb.net