Analysis of Differnt Types of Learning Methods

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Learning methods simply mean a person’s natural desired way of take in, managing and memorizing new content and skills. There are three major models that look at the way on how a person learns best including: auditory, visual, and sense of touch. Auditory is when a person learns through conversation such as listening and talking. Visual is when a person learns through imitating such as observing and copying. Sense of touch is when a person learns through physical actions such as movement and touch. Different learning methods are being taught by teachers to teach mathematic skills to 2nd graders in today’s classroom, but only certain learning methods can enhance the learning experience for the students. In the long run, this could…show more content…
Next, students were told to shelter the correct statement and rewrite the example with its answer. Finally, students check their answer with the example; if the student's answer matches the math statement, the student will moves on to the next example. On the other hand, if the student's answer is incorrect, he or she has to re-answer the example with the correct answer before he or she could move on to the next example (Grafman & Cates, 2010). Modified Copy, Cover and Compare (MCCC) is a learning method that requires students to look at a correct example such as a math statement and its answer. First, students were told to copy down the example and its answer. Then, students cover the example and rewrite the example and its answer on a different sheet of paper. Last but not least, students check the correctness of the answer with the example, if the student’s answer is correct and matches the example, the student moves on to the next example. On the other hand, if the student’s answer is incorrect, the student has to start from the beginning till he or she got the correct answer before he or she could move on to the next example (Grafman & Cates, 2010). CCC and MCCC are both learning methods that combine auditory, visual and sense of touch in students’ activities. The case study compared the effectiveness of two different methods for improving the subtraction skill of 2nd grade

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