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When you begin finding relevant journal articles and other sources, you need to organise this information. Good organisation will make it easier to write your report, essay or answer.
Begin with a Microsoft Word document.
Each pile forms a different argument or part for your assignment.
This is just one way to express learning styles.
You learn best by listening, hearing, recognising sounds, or verbal instructions.
Auditory learners may prefer to attend lectures, follow verbal instructions, or discuss concepts with others. They might learn by explaining a concept to someone else, using their own words (paraphrasing).
You learn best by seeing, watching, observing, or using visual cues like images, colour, shapes and diagrams.
Visual learners may prefer to watch videos or learn by observing someone else performing an task. They may use colour, images or diagrams to explain or remember things.
You learn best by touching, doing, performing, acting, or having physical contact with objects or people.
Kinaesthetic learners enjoy the practical side of learning, usually involving hands-on activities, especially in laboratories or physical activity. These learners may need to dismantle things in order to understand them better.
You learn best with text-based material, writing, reading, or using lists or numbers.
Read/write learners find they learn best when they can read something or write it out. These learners may re-write their lecture notes or mathematical equations in order to remember or understand them.
Many people find they learn best using a combination of learning styles, usually where one or two learning styles are used more than the others.
These learners may benefit from different learning styles depending on the kind of discipline they are tyring to learn or understand.
By understanding how you learn best, you can shape your learning experience to include more of that style of learning.