Why should visual learners use pictures, charts, maps , and graphs to them study and learn? a. visual learners are more likely to be drawn to science than to any other field b. visual learners need concrete data to believe that ideas are true c. visual learners need to take better notes than other learners d. visual learners learn best when they can see information in a pictorial form
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A) Kinesthetic learner.
Learning is the process of acquiring new information and integrating it with previously acquired knowledge to be able to use it later. There are many ways to learn; some learn through reading, through hearing, or visualization. The process of learning through touch is known as Kinesthetic learning.
The Kinesthetic learner is a learning style characterized by the use of physical activities to carry out the learning process. This learner style may include the use of hands as is the case of students of the fine arts.
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you need to learn it physicly
Is this even a question?
sculpting involves hand on activity, which is what kinesthetic learners prefer
The answer is D. Just got done taking the test.
This technique benefits me as a learner as it helps me to visualise my method and approach to solving a problem before I go about solving it. This is pertinent especially in problem based subjects like mathematics. In learning, this is also helpful in helping me to internalise the information gathered, for example, being able to mentally link the information together on a concept map in your head or on paper also helps in retaining information. This concept of visualisation and categorisation is similar to the thinking process of computational thinking which involves breaking down the problem and solving it abstractly.
I do not agree that this only works for visual learners. While visual learners tend to be more inclined to this method of processing in their minds or on paper, I feel that everyone uses this method to a certain extent although through a different methodology or thought process.
compare & contrast informative essay/speech
when speaking or writing for the sole purpose of providing information in order to give audience members a good basis for making a decision, you would present an informative speech or essay. because you wouldn’t want to be persuading the audience by arguing for one type of exercise over the other, you wouldn’t choose a persuasive/argumentative technique. to fairly, and without bias, present information about the pros and cons of each type exercise, a compare/contrast, informative speech/essay would be the best bet.