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The Auditory Learner

When her teacher would read aloud for 30 minutes in front of the class, Ann could listen for the whole time and have many different opinions and questions to share. Ann excells during:

– all lectures with the ability to listen intently while processing the information

– in music to memorize verses in her head by adapting the melodies and rhthyms

– debate class while solving problems by talking them through

Ann is an example of an auditory learner. Learning takes place when this student can hear a lesson and then get the chance to verbalize it at a later time. These students enjoy listening to background music while they read and often associate rhthym and melody with their studies to help them memorize information.

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The Visual Learner-