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VAKT Method Presentation

presented by Tonya Bobinac & Kaly Weinberg 6/3/13
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Kaly Weinberg

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Transcript of VAKT Method Presentation

Foundation
Questions Posed about VAKT
References
Example of VAKT in action:
Who developed it?
VAKT
Activities for....
Cullums, S. (Photography). (2012 December). Cognitive Learning
with Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Tactile, and Multi-sensory Learning, and Academic Performance in the Classroom. Retrieved from: http://www.cehs.ohio.edu/gfx/media/pdf/SCullums_MRP.pdf
by Tonya Bobinac &
Kaly Weinberg
What is the Target Population?
What does it promise?
Grace Fernald

University of California

1920s
Students who have failed to learn to read through other instructional methods or who have difficulty learning phonetically irregular words.
What is the Theoretical Grounding?
Who delivers instruction?

Teacher/Educator


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Visual
Movies & Videos
Television
Pictures
Posters
Maps, Charts, Graphs
Field Trips
Computer Software
Demonstrations
Experiments
Auditory
Read Alouds
Debates
Informal Discussions
Interviews
Lectures & Speeches
Books on Tape
Text-to-Speech
Plays
Radio Broadcasts
Music & Songs
Kinesthetic
Games
Models & Dioramas
Letter Tiles, Scrabble
Computer Software
Arts & Crafts
Hands-on Practice
Experiments
Field Trips
Arts & Crafts
Clay modeling
Gardening
Dress-up
Painting
Sewing
Highlighting
Computer Software
How long are students generally in the program?
What do VAKT supporters and detractors say about it?
What research has been done on the program and by whom? Toward what end?
"Learning Styles-Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Tactile (VAKT)-Learning
Abled Kids." LearningAbledKids.com N.p., n.d. Web 28 May 2013. http://www.learningabledkids.com/home_school_info/learning_styles.html
Thorpe, H.W. (1981). The effects of the kinethetic-tactile
component of the VAKT procedure on secondary LD students' reading performance. Psychology in the Schools, 18(3), 334-40.
Journal 1
University
of Wisconsin
Journal 2
Ohio
University
Tactile
Not all students learn the same.
A remedial reading method that relies on as many of the child’s senses as possible to reinforce learning.
One-on-One Method
Multi-sensory techniques are frequently used for students with Learning Disabilities because it engages students on multiple levels.
Provides structure and support for struggling students.
Multi-sensory, systematic and provides direct instruction for the student
VAKT is built upon language development and the student’s experiences or interests.
Encylopedia of american education. (2011). Retrieved 05/31, 2013, from
http://american-education.org/2336-v-a-k-t-method.html
Stage 1
1-Ask for Student's interest
2-Select a word to learn
3. Write the word
4. Model word tracing
5. Trace the word
6. Write word from memory
7. File the word
8. Type the word
Stage 2
Student learns by:
-looking at word
-saying word
-writing word
Stage 3
Works on pronouncing words
Selecting interesting books with unknown words
Stage 4
Student begins to recognize known words

Student begins to take interest in unknown words
Visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles (VAK). (2011). Retrieved
05/31, 2013, from http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/styles/vakt.html
Traditionally classrooms are based in this format:
Grades K-3 learn Kinesthetically
Grades 4-8 learn Visually
Grades 9-College learn Auditory
VAKT supports encourage usage of all styles throughout the grade levels
This depends on the school system and how the teachers operate.
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