Different Learning Styles

Different Learning Styles
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This storyboard basically explains the different learning styles and what they are meant for and so

Storyboard Text

  • I can't study on my own
  • I can't study properly
  • Heyo, what's wrong?
  • What does that mean?
  • Alright
  • Oh! that's because you are'nt a solitary learner
  • Let's take a walk and I'll explain
  • Aural is when you learn through sound or music
  • Logical is when you apply logic to all sorts of problems
  • Visual is when you study through pictures or imagery to understand better
  • Linguistic is when you learn through both speech and writing
  • Physical is when you learn through using your body, physical activity
  • Oh! I guess, I prefer to study with music and studying around other people
  • And lastly Solitary, is when you prefer self-study, when you study independantly
  • Social is when you learn through others, when you prefer learning with other people
  • I'm glad to have finally understood the different ways to study
  • I'm also an aural, I can't function without listening to music
  • Same here, thank you very much by the way
  • Well, I'm famished, I don't know about you, but I'm gonna eat, you're welcome by the way
  • No problem!
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