Published on March 15, 2014
Faten Romdhani Tesol Arabia March 13- 15, 2014 Thanks to: British Council Tunisia Visually Boost the speaking/ writing skills of young learners email@example.com
Let’s guess together … How much do we remember of … ------------- %what we read -------------%what we hear -------------%what we see -------------%what we see and hear -------------%what we see, hear and discuss -------------%what we see, hear , discuss and practice firstname.lastname@example.org
Rutgers Cooperative Research & Extension We remember : 20% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see & hear 70% of what we see, hear and discuss 90% of what we see, hear, discuss and email@example.com
More than 97% of my pupils are Visual Spatial Learners firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual Learners’ Traits Prefer to see words written down Prefer to have a picture to view, when something is being described Enjoy visual art activities Remember and understand through the use of diagrams,email@example.com
What’s a visual? firstname.lastname@example.org A picture, a piece of film or display used to illustrate or accompany something Picture Memory Learning
Visual Literacy email@example.com The ability to interpret visual messages accurately & to create such messages Includes such areas as facial expressions, body language, drawing, painting, sculptu re, hand signs, words in the textbook, computer images, student-produced still
Visual approaches of Visual Literacy firstname.lastname@example.org Help learners decode or read visuals Help learners “encode” or write visuals
Visual Thinking email@example.com
Institute for the Advancement of Research in Education firstname.lastname@example.org
Strategies for teaching Visual Learners Provide the students with a general outline of the material Use flip boards, photos, diagrams, PPT presentations, charts, maps, etc… Have students construct their own flashcards email@example.com
Visual Learning Tactics Provide greater visual exposure and practice Use the computer to construct graphics, mind maps or webbing of the material Use Concept maps with key points, boxes, circles and arrows showing the connections firstname.lastname@example.org
Help the students go through : 3-Application 2-Manipulation 1-Visualization email@example.com
Teaching resources that meet the needs of visual learners Graphic Organizers Word Clouds/Puzzles Photos firstname.lastname@example.org
Comics and Cartoons Flashcards Multimedia email@example.com
Youtube 1-Songs, Chants for kids 2-3D Animated short films 3-Animated Flashcards firstname.lastname@example.org
Stories illustrated Art : Drawing Funny Visual Illusions email@example.com
Language plants maker 1-To boost their creativity 2-To help them build up language firstname.lastname@example.org
User-friendly Tech Tools • Cartoon Story Maker • Garfield Comic Creator • Toon doo Comic Creator Comic Tools • Power Point • Free online flashcards makers Flashcards • You tube • Free video maker Online: Animoto / Dvolver, Multimedia email@example.com
User-friendly Tech Tools Graphic Organizers/ Mind Mapping tools • I mind app • Ed Draw Mind app Word Clouds • Tagxedo • Tagul • Wordle Stories Illustrated • Google • Youtube firstname.lastname@example.org
Samples of Activities Speaking And/or Writing Speaking &/or Writing Speaking &/or Writing email@example.com
Picture Prompts Drawings firstname.lastname@example.org
Comics and cartoons email@example.com
The more vignettes, the more…. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cartoon stories :Tell / write a story … email@example.com
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Word Clouds email@example.com
3D Short animated films (Youtube) firstname.lastname@example.org
Funny optical Illusions email@example.com
Drawing … 1 2 3 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mind Maps/ Graphic Organizers email@example.com
Issues for Visual Learners 1 • Difficulty with oral directions • Difficulty following lectures 2 • Keen sense of observation • Sit close enough to the teacher 3 • Outside noise distracts them easily • “zone out” during lengthy oral presentations firstname.lastname@example.org
Issues for Visual Learners 4 • Process oral input slowly • Perform poorly on oral timed tests 5 • Recall information better if allowed to read it silently first 6 • Fond of taking notes even when given printed lecture notes in advance email@example.com
Word Cloud Makers Wordle Tagul Tagxedo firstname.lastname@example.org
References Upside Down Brilliance, The Visual Spatial Learner ,Dr.Silverman Janet Bianchini presentation at rscon4: http://www.slideshare.net/JanetBianchini/rscon4- visually-inspire-your-learners http://teachingideas.co.uk/english.contents/writing inspiration.htm http://www.educatorstechnology.com http://shelleyterrel.com http://inspiration.com email@example.com
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