Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Auditory or Listening Learner

If you or your child learn by hearing or listening you are considered an auditory learner. Some characteristics of auditory or listening learners are:

1. You sit where you can hear the information, but you don't need to pay attention to know what is happening in the front of the room.

2. You may not coordinate colors or clothes, but can explain why they are wearing what they are wearing.

3. You will hum or talk to yourself or others when bored.

4. You learn and remember more when you read aloud.

5. You remember things by verbalizing lessons to yourself. If you don't verbalize the information you will have difficulty reading maps, diagrams, or handling assignments like math.

If an auditory or listening learner has to do a task around the house, they will call someone to explain the steps, ask for instructions, or go to the store and ask questions. An auditory learner will need to study by hearing the information. If they are studying spelling words they should spell the words aloud every day and the day before the test should practice writing the words down. Many listening learners like to tape record lectures to listen to the information over and over again.


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