What do you do when you are in class? Have you seen what your classmates do? Some students focus on the teacher’s facial expression, the tone of voice, the movements he does every time he introduces a new topic, what he writes on the board, etc. Some others do not look at him, but look at a specific point on the floor, the door, the window, etc. Others only jot down, doodle or scribble. These behaviors have to do with learning styles or ways in which an individual learns. Knowing what your learning style is can help you choose the best materials to learn not only a language, but also subjects related to your major.
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*Nota elaborada por la asesora Haydeé Venosa