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What's Your (Learning) Style?



What's Your (Learning) Style?
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     challenging words:    goth, hippie, iPod, prep, listeners, style, teaching, specialist, artists, recall, Kine-what, attend, schools, fashion, fail, counselor


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What's Your (Learning) Style?
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     What's your style? Goth, prep, old school, hippie. No, not your fashion style- your learning style. Are you visual, auditory, or kinesthetic? Kine-what?
 
2     Almost everyone has a favorite learning style. Think about your favorite class. Is it English class where you read most of the time? Is it history where the teacher lectures and tells you stories of things that happened long ago? Is it science or art where you work with your hands? Is it phys. ed. where you get to move around a lot? (No, lunch is not an official class.)
 
3     Let's say you want to learn how to program your iPod. (Yes, you already know how to do that, but for right now, let's pretend you don't.) Would you rather read about how to do it, listen to someone tell you how to do it, or just dive in and try it on your own?

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