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Reading and writing for kinaesthetic learners-inspiration please!

Discussion in 'English' started by Spassky, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. Spassky

    Spassky New commenter

    Get them to do some Brain Gym before any activity. This will coordinate the kinaesthetic, visual and auditory learning centres in their brains and allow them to work outside of their learning style.
     
  2. diamond_raindrops

    diamond_raindrops New commenter

    Hi lizfee,
    Im putting together a new Media scheme of work for years 8-10 (depending on ability); it will be fun, creative and very much in tune with the young learners of today. It wont be ready until August (my to do list is huge) but hopefully it will be of some use.
    Diamond
     
  3. gruoch

    gruoch Occasional commenter

    Thud!
     
  4. Spassky

    Spassky New commenter

    What do you mean?
     
  5. Diamond,
    That sounds absolutely fabulous!Thanks for the heads up x
    thanks for the braingym idea.Do you use it?... I got them to do an exam paper as a sort of diagnostic today, they were not impressed!
     

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