2. Main aspects1. Learning Styles: What Are They2. Learning Styles Strategies3. Questionnaire about learning styles4. Conclusions
3. What is learning? Learning is acquiring new, or modifying existing, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or preferences and may involve synthesizing different types of information..
4. What are Learning Styles?Are the ways in which alearner prefers to take in. Visual Individual Auditory Visual Group Reflective Visual Kines- thetic Impulsive
5. Learning Styles•Diagrams and •Read your •Learners •MovingCharts notes out loud learn best •Recall through •Doing•White Space stories, working with•Video •Touching examples, others.•Images jokes •Playing•Lecture notes •Tape yourinto learnable •Group •Role plays notes into apackages. work. recorder •All your •Use recorded •By peer senses. audio lectures
6. Learning Styles•Learners •Learners •Learnerslearn best learn best learn bestwhen given when they when they aretime to work able toconsider alone. respondchoices. immediately.
7. Learning Styles Strategies Are the ways chosen and used by learners to learn language. They include ways to help ourselves identify what we need to learn.
8. Learning Styles Strategies•Repeating new words in your •Asking a speaker to repeat Read/ Kines-head until you remember them. Visual Aural what they have said. Write thetic•Guessing the meaning of •Deciding what area ofunknown words. vocabulary you need to learn•Using the foreign language as and then learning it.much as possible by talking to •Face to face interaction.tourists. •Chatting through the•Recording yourself speaking, facebook.then judging and correctingyour pronunciation.
9. Questionnaire about learning styles
10. Questionnaire about learning styles
11. Conclusions There are a lot of techniques a teacher can use in order to stimulate the learners learning proccess. Eases the teaching proccess with different aids and provides each lesson with the proper tool. Using different learning styles catches the students motivation and increases the teaching effectiveness.
12. SourcesLearning StylesFelder & Silverman http://www.ncsu.edu/felder-public/Learning_Styles.htmlFleming, Neil http://www.vark-learn.comKolb, David A. http://www.learningfromexperience.comBibliography of works: http://learningfromexperience.com/research-library/