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Influences on personal learning

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Influences on personal learning What the different types of learning styles are. One of them is auditory learners that means that people learn by being explained to by their teacher or reading out a piece of text that they have been given to read will help them to understand it more. When they are doing work or studying for a test listening to music can help them to concentrate or a quite area because they might get easily distracted by the noise and things happening around them. Another learning style is visual learners they work best by watching people do thing so they know how it is done also by reading something for themselves and not being told what the piece of text says because they might find it hard to concentrate as well as looking at pictures is a good way for them to learn. The last learning style is kinaesthetic learners it is best for them to learn is by them being active in what they are ...read more.

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Friends also have an influence on my learning for example they could distract me from my learning by talking to me also I could choose the same lesson as them because I want to talk to them even though I may not want to do that lesson on the other hand friend can have a good influence on my learning because they might help me with my work if I don't understand it also if I get off track they might encourage me to keep working. I find it very hard to work at home because there is so many distractions so I also try and go somewhere were nothing is happening. My learning style is auditory learners because I find hard to concentrate when I am studying or doing work and the thing that works for me is if listen to music while I study or working and when I am studying something I like to read a big piece of text that explains all of it to me. ...read more.

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the clothes I'm going to wear the next day out before I go to bed and I put all my college stuff together the night before has well another way that I am organised is that I also have to know the time because I hate to be late for thing so I always map thing out in my head of where I'm going and how long it's going to take me. I am finding my course hard but I knew it was going to be like this it's a good I like a challenge. The lesson that I like the most is anatomy & physiology because I'm learning so much in that lesson and also I interested in the human body but the lesson I fine least enjoyable is health and safety because there is a lot laws and legislations to learn. In all I am really enjoying the course and I like all the new people that I have met. ?? ?? ?? ?? Unit 6 task 1 ...read more.

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