Auditory Learners
Characteristics of Auditory Learners

Auditory learners learn best by hearing information. They can usually remember information more accurately when it has been explained to them orally. The following characteristics are typical of individuals with strong auditory processing skills:

1. Auditory learners can remember quite accurately details of information they hear during conversations or lectures.

2. They have strong language skills, which include a well-developed vocabulary and an appreciation for words.

3. The strong language skills often lead to strong oral communication skills. They can carry on interesting conversations and can articulate their ideas clearly.

4. Because of a "fine tuned ear," auditory learners may find learning a foreign language to be relatively easy.

5. Auditory learners often have musical talents. They can hear tones, rhythms, and individual notes with their strong auditory skills.

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Which Type of Learner Are You ?

LEFT (Analytic)

RIGHT (Global)

Successive Hemispheric Style

Simultaneous Hemispheric Style

1. Verbal

1. Visual

2. Responds to word meaning

2. Responds to tone of voice

3. Sequential

3. Random

4. Processes information linearly

4. Processes information in varied order

5. Responds to logic

5. Responds to emotion

6. Plans ahead

6. Impulsive

7. Recalls people's names

7. Recalls people's faces

8. Speaks with few gestures

8. Gestures when speaking

9. Punctual

9. Less punctual

10. Prefers formal study design

10. Prefers sound/music background while studying

11. Prefers bright lights while studying

11. Prefers frequent mobility while studying

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SQ3R Notes
1. What is this chapter about?
2. Read the headlines and topic titles
3. I discovered that the chapter in my math book is about Derivatives
4. I knew that a derivative is a way to find the velocity of acceleration or the position of velocity
5. 6 Questions:
a. What’s the definition of a derivative?
b. What is differentiability?
c. How does differentiability imply local linearity?
d. Can you find derivatives on your calculator?
e. What are the rules for differentiation?
f. How many rules are there?
6. Study the answers and make sure I memorize the formulas and rules
7. No, not really any vocabulary words in calculus
8. 3 Main Points Include:
a. Derivatives
b. Differentiability
c. Velocity and Rates of Change