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Chapter 6. KEY FUNCTION #2 VISUALIZING/I... > HOW WELL CAN YOU CREATE MENTAL IMAGE...

HOW WELL CAN YOU CREATE MENTAL IMAGES?

Studies have shown that utilizing both senses is advantageous. Names, technical terms, and foreign language words can be learned best when you both see and hear them. If you only see or hear them, you lose the value of double learning. If you only hear them, you may have trouble with spelling. If you only see them, it may be difficult to pronounce them properly or recognize the words when others use them while speaking.

When it comes to facts and ideas, it really does not matter whether you place them in your memory through sight or hearing, (though using both is desirable). An auditory learner should spend more time reciting orally what is being read. Though oral reading is slow, an auditory learner should read aloud any difficult passages. A visualizer probably needs to take more complete notes than an auditory learner.


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