The fundamental equipment of the Learner

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The fundamental equipment of the Learner

  1. 1. THE FUNDAMENTAL EQUIPMENT OF THE LEARNER
  2. 2. TWO FUNDAMENTAL QUALITIES A. Cognitive Faculty   Cognitive means involving conscious intellectual activity such as thinking, reasoning, or remembering. The cognitive faculties of the learners involved the learners: Five senses  Memory  Imagination  Intellect 
  3. 3. TWO FUNDAMENTAL QUALITIES  Five senses  Through the learners five senses , the learner can be able to: See – learns through seeing things Hear – learns best through hearing  things Feel – learns through experiencing/doing things Smell use their sense of smell/taste Taste to learn
  4. 4. General Facts  The visual learner remembers 75% of what they read or see.  Demonstrations from the blackboard, diagrams, graphs and charts are all valuable tools for the visual learner.  Generally, analytic visual learners will process the printed word before iconic (pictorial) information.  Generally, global visual learners will process iconic (pictorial) information before reading the printed text.
  5. 5. General Facts  The auditory learner MUST HEAR things for them to have the best chance of learning.  Only 30% of the general school-age population is auditory.  Generally, the auditory learner will remember 75% of what they hear in a lecture.  Using the auditory modality is the most difficult way to learn new material. Learning Strengths of the Auditory Learner  Remembers what they hear and say.  Enjoys classroom and small-group discussion.  Can remember oral instructions well.  Understands information best when they HEAR it.
  6. 6. General Facts •The tactile-kinesthetic learner must DO things for them to have the best chance of learning. •The tactile-kinesthetic learner remembers best the things they experience. •Kinesthetic learning involves use of the whole body rather than just hands-on. •Getting information from written materials or by listening is not as easy as aforementioned methods.
  7. 7. OLFACTORY LEARNER  They are the people who associate what they learn with particular smells or tastes.
  8. 8. THE LEARNERS MEMORY, IMAGINATION, & INTELLECT ARE ALSO AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN LEARNING PROCESS. WithWith use use of the the use of With the of learners MEMORY, the learner INTELLECT, the learner IMAGINATION, the can recall to form can be canor retain learner ableactions in be able post mental ideas as concepts of to formmind. The his/her pictorial he/she thinks, as well memory serves of representation as make storage of from the judgment the material objects & in given information of prior knowledge his/her mind. reason out. the learner.
  9. 9. B. APPETITIVE FACULTY  Refers to the learners feeling & emotions & rational will.
  10. 10. Using the learners rational will, the learners learners Using the learners feelings, as well as, the has the capacity to the learner can be able to experience: be emotions, think & choose, what he/she thinks to desirable according to his/her own analysis. Pain, Joy, Happy, Sad, or Angry The learners rational will, will serve as a kind of guiding force particular subject or situation. his/her character. To a or a main integrating force in With his/her feelings, he can be able to identify & experience the real feelings about a particular thing/situation.
  11. 11. All learners are equipped with the cognitive & appetitive faculties. They differ in the degree to which they are utilized & expressed on account of the Learner’s:      A – ability A – aptitudes I – interests FC – family & cultural background A – attitudes
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