Self-Guided Lecture

Teaching For The Multiple Intelligences

Program Slide 9

Views and Functions of the Brain cont:

Traits of Auditory People

Auditory People
  • talk to themselves while working

  • move their lips and pronounce the words as they read

  • are easily distracted
    by noise

  • enjoy reading aloud and listening

  • can repeat back and mimic tone, pitch and timbre

  • find writing difficult, but are better at telling

  • speak in rhythmic patterns

  • like music more than art

  • learn by listening, and remember what was discussed rather than seen

  • are talkative, love discussion, and go into lengthy descriptions

  • have problems with projects that involve visualization, such as cutting pieces that fit together

  • like jokes better than comics


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