INDEX<br />1. Definition of learningstyles<br />2. Whatkind of learner are you?<br />3. Characteristics of auditorylearners<br />4. Someothercharacteristics<br />
1. DEFINITION OF LEARNING STYLES<br />A learning style is a way that every student uses in order to learn things. The learning style is a mix of cognitive, affective and physiological factors that indicate how a learner interacts with the learning environment.<br />Learning styles must be used to improve the learning of the students and under any circumstances they have to be used to divide the students.<br />In the course of history they appeared different kind of models such as David Kolb’s model, Honey and Mumford’s model, Anthony Gregorc’s model or Fleming’s VAK model, the one that we have used.<br />
2. WHAT KIND OF LEARNER ARE YOU?<br /><ul><li>First of all, we have to explain that there are some many resources to discover which kind of learner you are, for example, the VAK tests.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>Once you have done this test, you know automatically which kind of learner you are.</li></li></ul><li>3. CHARACTERISTICS OF AUDITORY LEARNERS<br />IN THE CLASSROOM: they are learners that like to participate in the lessons, they also talk and discuss any issue with the partners. They prefer to listen what the teacher explains than read the unit on the student’s book. When they are in the classroom they asks questions constantly in order to understand what is being explained.<br />STUDYING TIME: when it’s time to study, auditory learners use to repeat the words or sentences in loud in order to remember the most important things.<br />
4. SOME OTHER CHARACTERISTICS<br />They get bored if they have to do silent activities.<br />If they have to watch a movie, they pay more attention on the sound than in the screen.<br />They often omit some words when they are taking notes form the blackboard.<br />A very important characteristic of auditory learners is that they are poorly organized students. This means that their papers and notes are messy.<br />
Theyaskquestions and youhavetoansweritcorrectly. Theyaren’tsatisfiedwithanswerslike “I don’tknow”.<br />Theymightreadoutloudwhentheythinkthey’rereadingtohimself, so maybeit can be a problemforotherstudents.<br />
Thispresentationwasmadeby Laura Moreno and David Montull.<br />
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