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Read-Write Learning Styles | VARK Model | AcumenToday

Read-Write Learning Styles | VARK Model | AcumenToday

The read-write learning styles/preferences take its origin in the LSRW (Listen-Speak-Read-Write) methodology for learning using the four elementary and basic capabilities that allow an individual to grasp, follow and know the intended topic.

Its very important to know how we learn, so that it helps us focus on the process, the method and towards achieving the required outcomes in terms of comprehending, conceptualizing, correlating, analysing and acquiring knowledge.

It also helps in improving one’s grades and marks as well.  

To know our learning preference / style / method, the researchers have built up various distinctive Learning Styles & models to perceive the various ways that individuals adapt best. One well-known system, the VARK model, recognizes four essential kinds of learning preference / style: Visual, Auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic (VARK).

Read-Write Learning Styles

Teachers and students tend to lean toward reading/writing learning styles. 

The particular model, style, manner, method and approach in which reading/writing learning styles present themselves are very common within the school system, and easy to replicate and distribute.

The ability to read and write well are qualities in a person that are highly sought after, as writing is a way to explain, learn, inform and score good marks in exams!

We explore the Read-Write Learning Preference / Style / Method;

Tips for Reading/Writing learner.

Make maximum use of lists, notes, texts and words as your main method of Learning, communicating or receiving information, whether the information is on a topic, chapter or concept. 

You would rather read yourself than have someone read to you for correct and appropriate understanding and comprehending of any sort of information.

You are able to learn through other learning methods, such as talks and discussions, but handouts and written format are superior

You are generally better with grammar because you read habitually and frequently, whether it is for studying purposes or leisure (the library is a second home).

Are keen on using quotations, manuals, dictionaries, lists, the internet, logs, journals, etc. for the input and output of information.

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