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Your Learning Style and Language Learning
 
by Clay Johnston
Carol J. Orwig
 

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Summary

This book contains modules about different learning style elements and the implications of different preferences for language learning. The book describes the implications of your sensory preference, brain dominance, learning type and personality type for the choice of language learning activities and approaches. This information helps you apply the results of the learning style inventories provided in the bookshelf to your language acquisition program.

What is a learning style?

The Sensory Preferences Inventory

The Brain Dominance Inventory

The Learning Type Test

Your personality type

Your overall learning style

The Relational Learner

The Analytical Learner

The Structured Learner

The Energetic Learner

Implications of your learning style for language learning

Your learning type and language learning
Your brain dominance and language learning
Tips for left-brain learners
Tips for right-brain learners
Your sensory preference and language learning
Tips for tactile or action learners
Tips for auditory learners
Tips for visual learners
Your personality type and language learning

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