List type will teach the most during the learning than just sitting in a chair and watching. They like to do their best by participating in activities or solve problems in a Hands-On manor. They usually have good coordination and remember what they do. To be a kinesthetic learner they may have to be doing something while thinking or have trouble sitting still. But they tend to exceed and drama, music, and even sports.
They need to construct meaningful mental illustration to keep data. Kinesthetic learners study best through body movement and they remember and process information through interacting with the space around them. With the principles of VAK, improving vocabulary retention of learners can be done
This means the children have the opportunity to experience direct, hands-on involvement with all the different features that make up the classroom (students, objects, events, and ideas). The student’s interests and ideas are valued in this program, which helps create an environment they can best learn in. Children create plans and act on them, which involves making evaluations and decisions, increasing their knowledge and capabilities. (HighScope, n.d, n.p.) A technique used regularly in HighScope is scaffolding.
Conditions that are most effective in promoting creative skills in children and young people include the physical environment, availability of resources/materials, use of the outdoor environment, pedagogical environment, use of other environments beyond the school, play based learning, effective and flexible use of time, and relationships between teachers and learners (Davies, Jindal-Snape, Collier, Digby, Hay, & Howe, 2013). I have always found that my students were happier, healthier children while engaged in meaningful activities along with their peers working towards goals that benefit the groups they were associated
Learning to communicate fluently in a foreign language is a monumental, personal task that requires much effort from the learner. In order to develop effective teaching strategies, it is necessary for teachers of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) to consider their students’ individual needs and motivations. Lesson plans should incorporate relevant context and should target the student’s needs, motivations and preferred learning styles. Through use of a case study, this essay will demonstrate how to design a lesson plan for a learner’s unique situation. Student Background: The subject of this case study is Luis Fernando Montes-Amezcua (a.k.a.
She would also speak about the information on the slides as she went through them. This technique is advantageous to someone who is a visual and/or auditory learner. Similarly, near the end of the class the students pulled out their course readings and talked about the homework the instructor had assigned for that night. Students could look at at assignment and hear what they were expected to do to successfully complete the tasks. In Engl 99R the professor would draw pictures on the chalkboard that accompany his lessons.
Randai is one of the Minangkabau traditional games are played in groups with a circle, and then stepped slowly, while conveying the story in the form of singing in turns. Randai has combined art song, music, dance, drama and martial arts into one. Randai stories taken from real life that exist in society. The function itself is performed as entertainment performing arts which are also delivered messages and advice. Besides that, Randai dance function as public entertainment is usually held when the party of the people or Eid Mubarak day.
Engage children in early literacy activities such as reading and writing Parents can consider providing their children with appropriate video games to enable them learn concentration, decision-making, and motor skills. Provide a variety of simple and complex playing toys such as blocks, trucks, dolls, castles Encourage the children to listen to music and develop a sense of rhythm Take children out for physical exercise that allows them to remain healthy and physically fit Take the child for regular child health services for medical screening and
Skills: It focuses mainly on reading and writing followed by speaking and listening. Activities: It employs five activities: teaching pronunciation with fidel charts, cognitive coding with colour rods, teacher 's silence, structured feedback, practicing daily happenings. Level(s): Ideal for PP and EP level learners 9.1.7 Suggestopedia:
Teachers should incorporate creative as well as inspirational activities for the better understanding of the material. For example, vocabulary should be taught in context rather than individually. I believe that this is a wonderful strategy because it will be easier for ELLs to retain meanings for a longer time. Moreover, learners can understand the concepts of semantics, syntax, and can use vocabulary in daily life conversation. I really like the idea of Cloze Procedure that will be helpful to students by providing context clues or choosing the words from the list, and fill up the blanks in the appropriate context.