Accommodating the kinesthetic learner
Prompting students to write out spelling words or create flash cards helps accommodate visual learning styles.In addition, drawing pictures or cartoons is an effective way to teach to visual learners.
When you’re studying at home, make your own notes, write your own cue cards and do some online quizzes to really get the language down.
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Teachers can accommodate different learning styles with in-class exercises, group work and independent creations.
In Literature, a short story's lesson plan includes text with pictures in a Power Point, appealing to verbal and visual students.
Visual learners need to be able to see the information they are learning in image form. If you are learning English and identify as a visual learner, you might find it useful to create image based cue cards to help you learn and remember certain words or phrases.