Top 80 Learning Styles for Nigerian Student

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Learning Styles : Everyone learns differently, that’s nothing new.

However, over the years the different styles of learning have usually been cut down to visual, physical (learn-by-doing), or audible.

Truth is, we could probably dissect each of these learning three styles down even further and arrive at a handful of sub-levels.

Learning is a complicated concept as everyone is unique in their own way.

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And learns in their own way as well.

That said, it is still very much possible to classify a learning style into one of seven categories.

Perhaps you fall into one of the following:

Learning Styles : As we all know, students already get plenty of tests.

So why not let your students show what they learned creatively?

Whether your students are reading independent books.

Or your class has just finished a unit on space or pioneers.

A culminating project can really cement that learning.

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Here are top 80 different learning styles for your students to show what they know:

  1. Create a poster
  2. Make a PowerPoint presentation
  3. Design a model
  4. Make a shoebox diorama
  5. Use a 3-panel display board
  6. Make a timeline

Learning Styles:

  1. Create a board game incorporating key elements.
  2. Write a poem
  3. Write and perform a skit
  4. Make a TV or radio commercial
  5. Make a collage
  6. Make a mobile
  7. Create a test about the topic

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Learning Styles:

  1. Make a word search
  2. Make a crossword puzzle
  3. Write a report
  4. Create a flow chart or diagram
  5. Write an interview of a relevant person

Learning Styles:

  1. Create questions and an answer key
  2. Write journal/diary entries
  3. Write a postcard or letter exchange
  4. Create a scrapbook
  5. Create a photo album
  6. Make an instructional video

Learning Styles:

  1. Give a presentation
  2. Create an interactive notebook
  3. Create a set of task cards
  4. Make a pamphlet or brochure
  5. Write a newspaper article
  6. Perform a puppet show
  7. Hold a debate

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Learning Styles:

  1. Hold a mock court case
  2. Create an episode of a reality show
  3. Create a game show
  4. Have a panel discussion of “experts”
  5. Compose a rap or other song
  6. Use a Venn diagram to compare two aspects of the topic
  7. Design a comic strip about the topic

Learning Styles:

  1. Create a children’s story about the topic
  2. Create a map
  3. Write a fable or myth about the topic
  4. Create a help wanted add and a letter/resume to answer it
  5. Write a text message dialogue relevant to the topic
  6. Write a series of tweets relevant to the topic
  7. Create a Facebook wall relative to the topic

Learning Styles:

  1. Create a Pinterest board relative to the topic
  2. Start a blog
  3. Decorate a box and fill with relevant objects
  4. Create a foldable
  5. Create a flip book
  6. Create a Cootie Catcher

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Learning Styles:

  1. Create a cereal based on the topic (cover a cereal box)
  2. Assemble a time capsule
  3. Create several bookmarks about different aspects of the topic
  4. Write a recipe relevant to the topic (good for showing causes of an event)
  5. Do a newscast
  6. Write an acrostic poem

Learning Styles:

  1. Create an Internet scavenger hunt
  2. Write an advice column with several problems related to the topic
  3. Create flash cards or trivia cards
  4. Create a cheer relevant to the topic
  5. Make a short documentary film
  6. Create a museum exhibit

Learning Styles:

  1. Create a top 10 list relevant to the topic
  2. Create a video game
  3. Make a “Choose Your Own Adventure”
  4. Create a mini book with one fact/idea per page
  5. Create a glossary of relevant terms

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Learning Styles:

  1. Make a paper chain with a different fact for each link
  2. Make a flower with a different fact for each petal
  3. Write a handbook or instruction book
  4. Create a newsletter
  1. Visual: These people prefer to use pictures, images, diagrams, colours, and mind maps.
  2. Physical: These are the “learn by doing” people that use their body to assist in their learning. Drawing diagrams, using physical objects, or role playing are all strategies of the Physical learner.
  3. Aural: People who prefer using sound (obviously), rhythms, music, recordings, clever rhymes, and so on.

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Learning Styles:

  1. Verbal: The verbal learner is someone who prefers using words, both in speech and in writing to assist in their learning. They make the most of word based techniques, scripting, and reading content aloud.
  2. Logical: The people who prefer using logic, reasoning, and “systems” to explain or understand concepts. They aim to understand the reasons behind the learning, and have a good ability to understand the bigger picture.
  3. Social: These people are the ones who enjoy learning in groups or with other people, and aim to work with others as much as possible.
  4. Solitary: The solitary learner prefers to learn alone and through self-study

 5. Auditory: You learn well when aided by music, sound, rhyme, rhythm, speaking or listening

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Conclusion:

Using an online learning approach that includes videos, reading, audio, exercises, social forums, and the like is a great way to hit on multiple learning styles.

If you create learning for a living as an instructional designer or teacher.

Then blending your learning approaches is an effective way to make your learning stick.


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