Visual learners love pictures, graphs, charts, and graphic organizers. The sooner you learn to speak--or in this case, show--their language, the more readily they will learn. This guide touches on ways to encourage visual learners in your classroom without neglecting other students; in some cases you can even combine activities for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners. Most of the authors are teachers and tutors themselves, and we rotate content frequently to give you the most up-to-date ideas on teaching your class. These lesson plans and ideas also include advice for teaching specific subjects, such as spelling or a foreign language.
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