About This Chapter
Auditory Learning Strategies for Teachers - Chapter Summary
What is auditory learning? What can you do to help students who learn best with this particular learning style? This chapter's lessons are designed to provide tips and activities you can use in your classroom to facilitate learning for these students, both in the classroom and when studying at home. With the use of this chapter, you will learn:
- The characteristics of an auditory learner
- Ways to teach an auditory learner
- Successful study strategies for auditory learners
- Activity ideas for auditory learners you can implement in your classroom
Short but detailed text lessons cover several approaches you can take for the auditory learners in your class. Take a self-assessment quiz at the end of the lesson about auditory learning to ensure your understanding before moving on to lessons about study tips and classroom activities.
How It Helps
- Explains auditor learning: Ensures that you fully understand this learning style before attempting to develop teaching strategies.
- Discusses effective teaching strategies: Helps you engage your auditory learners through activities that enhance their learning experience.
- Supports student achievement: Encourages the participation of auditory learners for better academic results.
By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
- List the characteristics of auditory learners
- Develop effective strategies you can use to support existing lesson plans
- Integrate activities into your classroom that support auditory learning
- Teach your auditory learners how they can successfully study at home
1. Auditory Learners: Definition & Characteristics
Everyone learns in different ways and at their own pace. In this lesson, we will focus on auditory learning and define the characteristics of this type of learner.
2. Study Tips for Auditory Learners
Do you have a student who learns best by actively listening? If so, your student may be an auditory learner. In this lesson, you'll learn study strategies that will suit your student's auditory learning style.
3. Activities for Auditory Learners
This lesson gives you some ideas for activities to use with auditory learners. The activities are based on listening and speaking skills, ideal for many auditory learners.
4. Books on Auditory Processing Disorder
Auditory Processing Disorder, or APD, is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. The books described in this lesson will help parents and teachers better understand what APD is and how it can be treated.
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