Learning Taxonomy                                                              Visual
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  1. 1. Learning Taxonomy Visual Learning Styles Auditory Kinaesthetic Your task is to create a teaching unit on a topic Likes to: Doodle / draw / paint / Likes: telling jokes / telling Likes: Modelling / drama / write / trace /design / take stories / creating music / making things / dance / sports from Biophysical Interactions (atmosphere, photos / write down information debating / singing / Activities: demonstrations, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere). Activities: use Post-Its / use discussing role-play and learning activities Your teacher will allocate a topic that your group coloured pens / highlighters and Activities: repeat / develop good note-taking will prepare a unit for. There are three suggested unlined paper / use spider charts everything / take part in skills or mind maps / watch a video or class discussion / ask / write out the word to know if Learning Styles – you have to choose one ONLY demonstration / use a questions / record it feels right, when working on from each horizontal row. In total your group will computer / make mental movies information and listen to it / spellings / draw images, have completed a minimum of 6 tasks. of important facts or visualise have background music on numbers and diagrams on Topics: Global warming, weather & climatic spelling in your heads / use while you study / discuss paper that are connected with drawings and visual aids homework and projects with the learning / repeat answers variation (atmosphere) friends / make up songs, when running/jogging / teach Erosion/weathering Mass movement & Plate rhymes and raps to help you others tectonics (lithosphere) remember things / get Water cycle, Total catchment management, sea someone to ask you questions if you are studying level rising (hydrosphere) for a test / explain to others Bush fires, ecosystems & nutrient cycling (biosphere) Anderson’s Revised Taxonomy Remembering Verbs: Identify and define your topic ‘s Make up a song, rhyme or Record yourself using either a Retrieving, recognizing, and Define, identify, list, name, concepts. rap to help an auditory mobile phone, digital camera recalling relevant knowledge recall, reproduce, tell, learner remember the or video camera demonstrating from long-term memory. underline topic’s concepts. the topic’s concepts. Products: Definitions, fact charts, lists, recitations, worksheets Understanding Verbs: Using annotated sketches Give a presentation to Produce a series of models to Constructing meaning from Calculate, describe, discuss, describe and explain the another student and explain explain the geographic oral, written, and graphic expand, explain, identify, geographic processes of your the geographic processes of processes of your topic. messages through locate, outline, report, topic. your topic. You can use interpreting, exemplifying, restate visual aides to do this. Ask classifying, summarising, Products: them to then summarise inferring, comparing, and Drawing, paraphrasing, peer what you have taught them explaining. teaching, show & tell, story (in written form) and provide problems, summary you with feedback about your lesson. Applying Verbs: Demonstrate your understanding Make a podcast to Produce a mind map to Carrying out or using a Classify, demonstrate, of your topic by creating a demonstrate your demonstrate your procedure through dramatise, illustrate, scrapbook about a case understanding of your topic.. understanding of your topic. executing, or implementing. practice, solve, use study/ies. A scrapbook could You could use Audacity (free Before starting your mindmap Products: contain photos, newspaper software) or Windows Sound watch this video from Tony Collection, interview, model articles etc Recorder to create your Buzan that explains how you building, presentation, role ICT: You could use Scrapbook podcast. You can download a should construct a mindmap playing, scrap book, Flair (free software) to create guide to using Audacity here. http://tiny.cc/DdJbR simulation your scrapbook Analysing Verbs: Compare (say how things are Write a questionnaire on Research information on the Breaking material into appraise, compare, contrast, similar) and contrast (say how your topic and ask at least 2 internet about management constituent parts, differentiate, distinguish, things are different) two students to answer it. options. Copy and paste determining how the parts examine, infer, outline, methods of managing issues to Present your results as a information into a word relate to one another and to sequence, test do with your topic. You should series of charts and document or highlight key an overall structure or Products: include annotated images in the summarise your findings. words and information. Then purpose through Chart, plan, questionnaire, task. produce a mind map to differentiating, organising, spreadsheet, summary, compare the different types of and attributing. survey management options. Evaluating Verbs: Find and watch a video showing Find and watch a video Find and watch a video Making judgments based on Appraise, defend, dispute, issues relating to your topic. showing issues relating to showing issues relating to your criteria and standards editorialise, judge, justify, Write a letter to justify the your topic. With a friend topic.. Produce a short play through checking and prioritise, rate, select, management techniques record a debate about the that evaluates the success of critiquing. support, verify outlined in the video. advantages and the scheme. You could do this Products: disadvantages of the with friends and record the Critique, judgement, opinion, scheme. play or present it to your class. recommendation, report, self-evaluation Creating Verbs: Create a game to help put all the Formulate a plan to manage Create sorting cards for key Putting elements together to Change, combine, compose, elements of your topic together. your topic. Share the plan words and definitions for your form a coherent or create, formulate, Ask your teacher for some game with a student then explain topic and get a friend to match functional whole; hypothesis, improve, invent, templates in powerpoint or word to them the advantages and them up. reorganizing elements into a predict format. Your game will require disadvantages of your plan. new pattern or structure Products: accurate answers. Ask them to summarise your through generating, New game, Puppet show, information. planning, or producing. cartoon, book cover, multimedia, poem, skit