Learning styles have an impact on what and how we teach. Understanding strategies for teaching visual learners can help your Learning French Language students get the most out of your French language classes.
The challenge is that the majority of students are visual learners, so it is important to use a system that will provide visual cues or prompts to aid the memory of visual learners. Just think of the expressions we use:
For those who are teaching French words to visual learners you should use images, pictures, color and other visual aids to help students learn.
All children love to role play, so you could consider using gestures and mime in training your students in Learning French Language. Here are some examples you could use:
To get the whole class involved, you could have French words for emotions on flash cards and as you hold up each card the students say the word and also gesture the emotion. For instance, “happy” – everyone could smile, “sad” – everyone could frown.
Students could also act out a story so they can associate the gestures with the words they are learning.