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Strategies for the VISUAL Learner ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Write things that you want to remember down; you will remember them better that way. 2. Look at the person who is speaking to you; it will help you focus. 3. Try to work in a quiet place. Wear earmuffs or earplugs if necessary. Some visual learners do, however, like soft music in the background. 4. If you miss something a teacher says or do not understand, ask if he/she could repeat or explain. 5. Most visual learners learn best alone. 6. When studying, take many notes and write down lots of details. 7. When trying to learn material by writing out notes, cover your notes then re-write. Rewriting will help you remember better. 8. Use color to highlight main ideas. 9. Before starting an assignment, set a goal and write it down. Even post it in front of you. Read it as you do your assignment. 10. Before reading a chapter or a book, preview it first by scanning the pictures, headings and so on. 11. At home try to put your desk away from the door and windows; in the classroom sit close to the
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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