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Learning Styles PPT
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TERMIZ STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF FOREIGN PHILOLOGY ENGLISH TEACHING METHODOLOGY DEPARTMENT

  • TERMIZ STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF FOREIGN PHILOLOGY ENGLISH TEACHING METHODOLOGY DEPARTMENT
  • INDEPENDENT WORK
  • on the theme
  • Learning Styles
  • DONE BY: Qodirov Bobur

Information enters your brain three main ways: sight, hearing and touch, which one you use the most is called your Learning Style

  • Information enters your brain three main ways: sight, hearing and touch, which one you use the most is called your Learning Style
  • Visual Learners learn by sight
  • Auditory Learners learn by hearing
  • Tactile Learners (kinesthetic) learn by touch

Prefer to see information such as pictures, diagrams, cartoons, demonstrations

  • Prefer to see information such as pictures, diagrams, cartoons, demonstrations
  • Picture words and concepts they hear as images
  • Easily distracted in lecture with no visual aids
  • Overwhelmed with intense visuals accompanied by lecture
  • Benefit from using charts, maps, notes, and flash cards when studying
  • Let me see it!

Prefer to hear information spoken

  • Prefer to hear information spoken
  • Can absorb a lecture with little effort
  • May not need careful notes to learn.
  • Often avoid eye contact in order to concentrate
  • May read aloud to themselves
  • Like background music when they study
  • Let me hear it!

Prefer touch as their primary mode for taking in information

  • Prefer touch as their primary mode for taking in information
  • In traditional lecture situations, they should write out important facts
  • Create study sheets connected to vivid examples
  • Role-playing can help them learn and remember important ideas
  • May benefit by using manipulatives
  • Let me experience it!
  • Okay, I
  • get it now.

A theory of “multiple intelligences,” suggesting abilities seem to cluster in eight different areas:

  • A theory of “multiple intelligences,” suggesting abilities seem to cluster in eight different areas:
    • Verbal-Linguistic Skills
    • Logical-Mathematical Skills
    • Bodily-Kinesthetic Skills
    • Visual-Spatial Skills
    • Interpersonal Abilities
    • Intrapersonal Abilities
    • Musical Abilities
    • Naturalistic Abilities

Extroverts

  • Extroverts
    • Like talking with others and taking action.
    • Prefer active learning and group projects.
  • Introverts
    • Prefer to have others do the talking.
    • Prefer lectures and structured tasks.

Thinkers

  • Thinkers
    • Like to take an objective approach and emphasize logic and analysis in their decisions.
    • Prefer objective feedback, and thrive when there is pressure to succeed.
  • Feelers
    • Prefer emotion to logic.
    • Give greater weight to the impact of relationships in their decisions.
    • Prefer positive feedback and individual recognition.

Judgers

  • Judgers
    • Prefer clearly defined strategies to achieve goals.
    • May jump to closure too quickly.
    • Prefer orderliness, structure, and deadlines.
  • Perceivers
    • Like to consider all sides to a problem and may be at some risk for not completing their work.
    • Prefer spontaneity and flexibility.
  • My mind is made up!
  • Don’t confuse me with facts.
  • Let’s think this through
  • Take a Learning Styles test.
  • Think about your favorite classes so far. What do they have in common? Did you like…
    • mastering facts?
    • discussion? or working on your own?
    • lecture? or pairing or grouping?
    • hands-on activities?
  • How do you think you learn?
  • ideas...

Knowing your learning style, both your strengths and

  • Knowing your learning style, both your strengths and
  • your weaknesses, can help you study more effectively.
  • See it!
  • Hear it!
  • Experience it!

Make the best use of your learning style.

  • Make the best use of your learning style.
  • Work harder in skills that don’t come easily to you.
  • Be flexible and adaptable, try new things and new ways.
  • Keep growing! Don’t be easily satisfied!

Be involved in class – participate!

  • Be involved in class – participate!
  • Link classroom experience to the outside world
  • Relate class concepts to your own life.
  • Ask questions and offer criticism.
  • Stimulate further relevant discussion.
  • Don’t get distracted – stay “on-task”
  • Keep an open mind: there are many ideas beyond your own.
  • All life is learning - it never stops!

  • Thank you for your attention!

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