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HOW DO YOU PREFER TO LEARN?

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Charles Davis

on 19 October 2015

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Auditory:Auditory learners would rather listen to things being explained than read about them. Reciting information out loud and having music in the background may be a common study method. Other noises may become a distraction resulting in a need for a relatively quiet place. - See more at: http://www.learningrx.com/types-of-learning-styles-faq.htm#sthash.9hfDgweH.dpuf
Activities for a visual learner:
color code notes
draw to help visualize
create mind maps
"Visual learners learn best by looking at graphics, watching a demonstration, or reading. For them, it’s easy to look at charts and graphs, but they may have difficulty focusing while listening to an explanation." - See more at: http://www.learningrx.com/types-of-learning-styles-faq.htm#sthash.9hfDgweH.dpuf
Auditory learners enjoy:
•Video tapes
•Audio tapes
•Books on tape

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HOW DO YOU PREFER TO LEARN?
Charles Davis
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The three most common learning styles are
visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.
Throughout this presentation I will explore other types of learning, as well as addressing these three.
Activities for an auditory learner:
•Use the phonetic approach
•Use rhyming word games
•Read aloud, even when reading independently
Kinesthetic
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