Tommy Galletta Justin Henderson Erin Morris Leigh Daley

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Nonlinguistic Representations. Tommy Galletta Justin Henderson Erin Morris Leigh Daley. Research on Learners. 18% are sound-related learners 32% are visual learners 25% are material learners 25% are kinesthetic learners which implies that more noteworthy than half of learners are nonlinguistic.

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Nonlinguistic Representations Tommy Galletta Justin Henderson Erin Morris Leigh Daley

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Research on Learners 18% are sound-related learners 32% are visual learners 25% are material learners 25% are kinesthetic learners which implies that more prominent than half of learners are nonlinguistic

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Brain Enrichment Variables Challenge Novelty Feedback Coherence Time

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QUESTIONS What is nonlinguistic portrayal? What are the six examples of nonlinguistic portrayal? How would we instruct nonlinguistic portrayal to our understudies?

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What is nonlinguistic portrayal? It is a symbolism method of portrayal The symbolism mode is communicated as mental pictures and physical sensations, for example, notice, taste, touch, kinesthetic affiliation, and sound An approach to raise percentiles by 27 focuses

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How to Use Nonlinguistic Representation Graphic coordinators Make Physical Models Generate Mental Pictures Draw Pictures and Pictographs Engage in Kinesthetic Activity

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Descriptive Patterns Time-Sequence Patterns Process/Cause-Effect Patterns Episode Patterns Generalization/Principle Patterns Concept Patterns of nonlinguistic portrayal

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Descriptive Patterns They can be utilized to speak to certainties about particular people, spots, things, and occasions. The data does not should be in a specific request.

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Time-Sequence Patterns Organize occasions in a particular sequential request

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Process/Cause-Effect Patterns Organize data into an easygoing system prompting to a particular result or into a succession of steps prompting to a particular item

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Episode Patterns Organize data about particular occasions including: -a setting (time and place) -particular individuals -particular length -particular grouping of occasions -specific circumstances and end results

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Generalization/Principal Patterns Organize data into general proclamations with supporting cases

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Principle Example

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Concept Patterns The most broad of all examples Organize data around a word or expression that speaks to whole classes or classifications of people, spots things, and occasions

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Make Physical Models Concrete portrayal of the information that is being scholarly Souvenirs/tokens 3D models – dioramas File envelope surveys

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Draw Pictures and Pictographs Symbolic pictures that speak to the information that has been educated Flip books Illustrate vocabulary

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Engage in Kinesthetic Activity Physical development related with learning creates a mental picture of the information in the mind Finger assumes Role playing/acts Elkonin boxes Hand/body developments

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Resources Organizers Galore!! Interactive coordinators Amazing stuff

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Bibliography Heidorn, P.Bryan, "Picture Retrieval as Linguistic and Nonlinguistic Visual Model Matching" Library Trends , Vol. 48 n2, pages 303-325, Fall 99. Leonard, Laurence B. "Dialect Impairment in Children" Merrill-Palmer Quarterly , Vol. 25 n3, page 205-232, July 1979. Marzano, R. J., Pickering, D. J., & Pollock, J. E. (2001). Classroom guideline that works: Research-based methodologies for expanding understudy accomplishment . Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

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"Activities talk louder than words"