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  1. 1.  Visual  Aural  Verbal  Physical  Social  Solitary  Logical
  2. 2. Learner learn through observation in order to improve his or her level of knowledge Learn through seeing and reading Prefer written directions Often good readers  Pictures, illustrations, photos, graphs, diagrams, maps etc. •Mental photograph or video •Flash cards •Highlighting •Draw pictures to remember •Use pictures or symbols in the margin to remember •Draw a map or outline
  3. 3.  Learning through listening and talking  Remember what they hear better than what they see  Prefer to listen to instructions  Often like to talk on the phone or listen to music  Learn best if they can hear and see the assignment •Discuss what you have learned with others •Participate in study groups •Recite aloud •Teach others what you have learned •Use flash cards and say the items •Use music in the background if it does not distract you or use it as a break from studying
  4. 4.  Words are our strong point  We prefer to use words both in speech and in writing  Recording our scripts using tape or recorder and use it later for review •Teach concept •Write instructions •Retell in your own words •Create ads •role - playing •Presentation
  5. 5.  Learn through doing  Remember hands on activities  Use their hands to build, create, plant, draw or decorate  Learn the assignment best by using physical activity •Read while walking or pacing •Study outside when practical •Create games •Do an experiment •Construct model •Build representation •Think of practical applications
  6. 6.  Learn new things as a part of group  Explaining their understanding to a group help them to learn  Child prefers to lean within a group and is usually a good communicator •Tell stories •Survey others •Interview someone •Teach a cooperative games •Role play •Hold a discussion
  7. 7.  Like to work alone  Use self-study  Prefer their own company for learning  Shows independent play •Research an area •Write about personal experience •Think and plan •Create a Power point •Read books, journals
  8. 8.  Learning through logic, reasoning and sequences  Child recognizes easily through patterns  System thinking helps to understand the bigger picture •Create codes •Make time lines •Compare / contrast ideas •Design maps •Show pattern
  9. 9.  Help teachers to focus on how individual students learn  Make teaching and learning a dialogue  Provide different ways to communicate massages  Making teaching more rewarding  Help students to become more productive  Increase achievements  Be more creative  Improve problem solving  Make better decisions  Learn more effectively

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