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Kinesthetic learning..I would like to get more information about it.
I think it's very important to the teacher to apply those different modals and styles at once , because the students aren't the same , everyone has its way of learning, Kinesthetic styl is my favorite, and I think i'm kindesthetc learner too !
All learning modules are effective and basis involved catagories.
This is a very interesting subject, learning styles or methodologies VAK or VAKT which is Visual- Auditory - Kinesthetic and Tactile
what does VAK stand for?
is it better not to use something to suit all times of learners especially when teaching a group class?
So what we need to know here, is that Visual learners like to see pictures, diagrams etc. and Auditory Learners through listening and Kinesthetic Learners through Hands, where they actually do it.
It is very important to use all these model Because the classes are usually with mixed ability students.
The VAK Model
People vary in their learning orientation.
Learners\' preferences fall into three categories, often referred to as the VAK model.
ESL instructors should use a variety of approaches that engage all learning styles.
Click on the tabs on the left to learn more about these categories.
Visual learners prefer pictures, diagrams, and other visuals.
They need to see something to know it, and may have difficulty learning from lectures.
Auditory learners prefer to get information by listening.
They need to hear something to know it, and may have difficulty doing activities that include reading.
Kinesthetic learners prefer hands-on learning.
They need to do something to know it, and can assemble things without reading directions.
They learn best when they are actively involved.
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