Channel-Talk for The Learning Classroom
Re: [Teacher-talklearning] Getting Started on The Learning Classroom
Thanks for the detailed explanation. It makes total sense know.
On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 6:00 PM, Rouchelle <rouchelle_at_post.com> wrote:
> Hi Carrie,
> Using the aural style of learning, you like to work with sound and music.
> You have a good sense of pitch and rhythm. You typically can sing, play a
> musical instrument, or identify the sounds of different instruments.
> Certain music invokes strong emotions. You notice the music playing in the
> background of movies, TV shows and other media. You often find yourself
> humming or tapping a song or jingle, or a theme or jingle pops into your
> head without prompting.
> An aural learner:
> * Uses sound, rhyme, and music in your learning. Focus on using aural
> content in your association and visualization.
> * Uses sound recordings to provide a background and help you get into
> visualizations. (For example, use a recording of an aircraft engine running
> normally, playing loudly via a headset, to practice flight procedures. Use
> a recording of the sound of wind and water when visualizing sailing
> maneuvers. If you don't have these recordings, consider creating them while
> next out training.)
> * When creating mnemonics or acrostics, makes the most of rhythm and
> rhyme, or sets them to a jingle or part of a song.
> * Uses the anchoring technique to recall various states that music
> invokes in you. (If you have some particular music or song that makes you
> want to 'take on the world,' play it back and anchor your emotions and
> state. When you need the boost, you can easily recall the state without
> needing the music.)
> Hope this helps. :) Good luck with the session!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Carrie Jordan
> Sent: 06/15/13 05:49 PM
> To: teacher-talklearning_at_learner.org
> Subject: [Teacher-talklearning] Getting Started on The Learning Classroom
> Hi, I'm on session 3 of the course and wanted to see if anyone wants to
> discuss any of the topics so far. Being that I'm working on the course over
> the summer and on my own, I'm not able to do some of the group activities
> or the "in class room" activities with students. I've been working on the
> rest though and am really liking everything so far. The videos are really
> good and interesting. A question that came up for me in session 3: what is
> aural learning? Any ideas or answers out there? Thanks, Carrie
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