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What is abstract conceptualization? A. one of the preferences described by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator B. one of the four abilities measured by Kolb's Inventory of
Learning C. one of the intelligences described in the theory of multiple intelligences D. one of the preferences described by the VARK Learning Styles Inventory
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User: What is abstract conceptualization? A. one of the preferences described by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator B. one of the four abilities measured by Kolb's Inventory of Learning C. one of the intelligences described in the theory of multiple intelligences D. one of the preferences described by the VARK Learning Styles Inventory

Weegy: one of the preferences described by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
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User: What is an asimilator learning style?

Weegy: Kolb's learning styles- David Kolb has defined one of the most commonly used models of learning. It is based on two preference dimensions, giving four different styles of learning.
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The dominant learning orientations of these people are abstract conceptualization and reflective observation. Abstract conceptualization activities include listening to lectures, writing papers, building models, completing projects, and developing analogies. Reflective observation activities include the use of logs, journals, discussion, brainstorming, thought questions, and rhetorical questions. Assimilators like to organize diverse items into an integrated whole. They are often interested in math and science fields.
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Mnemonics are tactics that can be used to teach facts, labels, lists, rules, and procedures (or steps in a procedure) at the K2: Recall level. Mnemonics are words or phrases that represent information to be remembered. They are often called "artificial aids" for memory because they have little or no relationship to the information that learners are supposed to remember.


There are four categories of Mnemonics. Use the following table to select the Mnemonic that is appropriate for the information learners are expected to recall. Click on the hyperlink for a list of steps for using the Mnemonic.



Single-Use or First Letter Coding
There are two different ways to use Single-Use or First Letter Coding:
1. Use the first letter of each item that must be remembered and create one word that contains the first letter of each of the words.
For example:
* To remember the steps for preparing to shoot a target (breathe, relax, aim, slack, shoot), use the word "brass."
2. Look at each of the items that must be remembered. Then take the first letter of each word and create a phrase or sentence that uses the first letter of each word.
For example:
* To remember the order of the color bands of the resistor color code (black, brown, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, gray, white), use the following sentence: "Better be right or your great big venture goes west."



Keyword
There are three main steps necessary to use the Keyword method:
1. Look at the first word and think of a word that looks or sounds like it.
2. Look at the second word (or meaning of a word, if using the Keyword method for abstract vocabulary) and think of a word that looks or sounds like it.
3. Next, think of a phrase or short sentence that connects the two words.
For example:
* To remember the capital city of a state, (Annapolis, Maryland):
1) Choose a keyword for the state: Maryland=marry
2) Choose a keyword for the city: Annapolis=apple
3) Connect the two words: Two apples getting married.
* To remember that the word "barrister" is another word for "lawyer":
1) Choose a keyword for the new term: Barrister = bear
2) Connect the image of a bear acting like a lawyer to the word "barrister."



Chain
There are two main steps necessary to use the Chain method:
1. Link words in a list together into a sentence or a story. Link the items in the order they must be recalled by making associations between them
2. Use imagery and visualization to connect the first two items, use another image to connect items two and three, and so forth.
For example:
* To remember the steps for changing a car tire (loosen lug nuts with a wrench, jack up car, remove lug nuts, pull off flat tire, lift spare onto lug bolts, replace lug nuts, tighten lug nuts by hand, lower car, tighten lug nuts with a wrench) link the steps together in a series of sentences as follows:
LUcy’s (loosen lug nuts with a wrench) friend JACK (jack up car) used to REMOVE (remove lug nuts) termites for a living. He does PULL-ups (pull off flat tire) a lot because he LIkes (lift spare onto lug bolts) to stay in shape. Now he REPLACEs (replace lug nuts) roofs instead, and tends to TIGers (tighten lug nuts by hand). The pay is LOWER (lower car) but he has a lot more free TIme (tighten lug nuts with a wrench).



Method of Loci
There are two different ways to use Method of Loci:
1. Linking information to a particular location or place:
1) Visualize a familiar place, such as a street or a room. It should be a place where there is a lot of detail.
2) Imagine yourself walking through the place being visualized.
3) Form a mental image of the first item to remember. Link this item to something in the image. Repeat this for the rest of the items to remember.
For example:
You might think of your room. There are a lot of details in your room (the door knob, the sheet on your bed, an empty glass). To remember a list of items you need (oil, a wrench, a cloth), visualize the following:
* The handle of your doorknob is a steel wrench
* The sheet on your bed is a giant blue cloth
* The empty glass is being filled with brown oil
2. Linking information to places that occur in a logical order:
1) Think of a normal routine that you follow almost everyday.
2) In that routine, visualize the major places or locations that you visit.
3) Link each item to be remembered to something in the places or locations in your routine.
For example:
You might think of the places you go to get ready for work (your room when you wake up, the kitchen where you have breakfast, the front door). To remember the list of items you need (oil, a wrench, a cloth), visualize the following:
* Oil pouring into your bedroom
* Tiny wrenches scattered all over the kitchen counter
* The door covered with a giant blue cloth
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