Summary of learning styles the first one is visual

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Summary of learning styles The first one is Visual learning styles. The students using this style like illustrating information in spider diagrams, graphs, charts, hierarchies, circles, symbolic arrows, labeled figures and other expedients. The learner values map presentation to portray connection to various things. Aural is the second learning style. This method explains information predilection which is overheard or spoken. The learner studies best from lectures, speaking, group discussions, web
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VARK LEARNING STYLES 3 chat, radio, talking things through, email and using mobile phones. Such students like sorting things out loud via speaking activities (Fleming & Bonwell, 2015). Read or write is the third learning styles. The student prefers information displayed in words. The majority of the learners and teachers use this style. Additionally, most of the employers like their staffs with reading and writing capabilities. This style put more emphasis on text-built input and output. The learner prefer reports, essays, manuals and assignments as they help one to understand things. They prefer words, Power Point presentations, the internet lists, and thesauri. Kinesthetic is the last learning style. Kinesthetic student’s tactics are videos, simulations, demonstrations, movies, real things, case studies, application, and practice. The student best participates using all the intellects e.g. hearing, smell, tastes, touch, and sight. The kinesthetic learner output is writing down their questions and solutions of employ situational paragraphs and role playing. Most of the teachers use this modality into the classrooms as it allows the students to participate in the classroom activities (Fleming & Bonwell, 2015).
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