ESL and IELTS Help 4 U

Learning Styles – Aural

Posted on: August 5, 2010

Auditory learners take in information through sound and rhythm. They are often quite musical   and may play an instrument, sing, dance or write poetry.

If you are an aural learner, maybe you can study better when you have music playing.

If you can record a lecture and listen to it later, it may be better than taking notes.

Studying in groups where people can talk about a topic can be very useful.

Read aloud. The sound of your voice may be useful in remembering information.

When you have a choice of how to make a report, consider giving a talk rather than writing a paper.

Watch and listen to videos about topics you are learning.

Any time you can turn information into sound, you will find studying and learning easier.



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