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Science tech yes

  1. 1. Learning Skills- by Jeremy
  2. 2. Information About My Project
  3. 3. My question: I found my interest in learning skills. So here is my question: Is visual learning or auditory learning more effective on six graders?
  4. 4. Research: In the process of researching, I found some needed concept and ideas I would need. Here is the definition of my subject: Definition of Visual learning & Auditory learning: Visual learning: Visual learning is a teaching and learning style in which ideas, concepts, data and other information are associated with images and techniques. It is one of the three basic types of learning styles in the widely-used. Auditory learning is a learning style in which a person learns through listening. An auditory learner depends on hearing and speaking as a main way of learning. Auditory learners must be able to hear what is being said in order to understand and may have difficulty with instructions that are written. They also use their listening and repeating skills to sort through the information that is sent to them.
  5. 5. Forming hypothesis: So based on research I formed my hypothesis: Hypothesis: I believed based on research that there would be same amount of people more effective on Auditory learning & Visual learning. (every learner prefer their own learning skill and sometimes there even is a dominant of people favoring different learning skill for different tasks)
  6. 6. Testing Process
  7. 7. So here is what we are going to do: I would have four helpers I would have the helper take SRA reading practices ( every people would take the test twice. The first time Mrs. Sabol will read the test once to the tester, the second time the readers would read the test once by themselves.
  8. 8. How is this going to work: If the tester had a better grade at the read-to one, the tester is probably an Auditory learner. If the tester had a better grade at the self-read one, the testers is probably a Visual leaner.
  9. 9. Testing Scenes
  10. 10.  Testing lab: OM room
  11. 11. Final Conclusion
  12. 12. Results Organization took quite a bit of time, but I finally came with my results.
  13. 13. Graphs Here are the two graphs I did:
  14. 14. Results(1) Visual Learning Trinity Shree Brad Caroline correct correct correct correct correct correct correct incorrect correct correct correct correct correct correct correct correct
  15. 15. Result(2) Auditory Learning Trinity Shree Brad Caroline Correct Incorrect Correct Incorrect Correct correct Correct Incorrect Correct correct Incorrect Incorrect Incorrect Incorrect correct Correct
  16. 16. Final Results & Conclusions There is 4 Auditory Learners (all) and only 2 AuditoryLearner.
  17. 17.  Well, my hypothesis went wrong. My hypothesis went wrong because testers said that is pretty hard to focus and remember the information Mrs. Sabol read. Visual learner is probably easier for six graders.
  18. 18. Bibliography Available

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