Multisensory Techniques Help Teachers Accommodate Learning Styles: Auditory Techniques:
Multisensory techniques that focus on sound and stimulate verbal reasoning are called auditory techniques. Auditory techniques include strategies such as using:
Computerized text readers, augmentative communication devices; auditory trainers; hearing aids; books on tape, podcasts, and peer-assisted reading;
Video, film, or multi-image media with accompanying audio; and
Music, song, instruments, speaking, rhymes, chants, and language games.
Tactile Teaching Methods:
Multisensory techniques that involve using the sense of touch are called tactile methods. Tactile methods include strategies such as:
Preschool and primary games involving jumping rope, clapping, stomping or other movements paired with activities while counting, and singing songs related to concepts;
All tactile activities mentioned above; and
Any large motor activity for older students involving dancing, beanbag tossing, basketball, or other such activities involving concepts, rhythmic recall, and academic competition such as current events quizzes, flashcard races, and other learning games.
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