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“The Different Learning Styles of the Selected

Freshmen Education Students at Villaflores

College, Tanjay City Negros Oriental

SY: 20011-2012”

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A Baby Thesis

Presented to

Mr. Percival T. Tolomia, M.A. ED

In Partial Fulfillment of the requirement in

ED.STRAT 8 (Developmental Reading

October 2011

CHAPTER 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE

Introduction

We choose this topic because we want to know how the freshmen students cope up with their everyday lessons with their learning styles.

Recognizing which style is your preferred one is not to suggest that one is better than other, rather it serves to help you work out strategies when a certain teaching methods don’t suit your style and to challenge you to develop in all areas. Basically, once you identify your preferred style(s), take advantage of your strengths and work to develop your weaker areas.

Each person has their own type of learning style. A learning style is a method in which each of us utilizes to better understand material. A preferred learning style is a style in which the person can learn best, reflecting their strengths and weaknesses of the individual. In order to understand material we take it all in with our senses, through sight, sound, touch, smell or taste. Multiple Intelligence theory maintains that there are at least seven learning styles (“intelligences”): interpersonal, intra-personal, body/kinesthetic, visual/spatial, mathematical/logical, verbal/linguistic and musical/rhythmic (Lazear, D.1991). For the purposes of this paper I will simplify the seven categories into three main categories in which people best learn information: auditory, visual and tactile/kinesthetic. Most people possess the ability to use all three learning styles but learn best using one specific learning style. 

Statement of the Problem

The study aimed to identify the...