You May Get
Visual clues—pictures, diagrams, written instructions
listening to somebody explaining it?
Experimenting, trying it out?
Walk/drive around and try to find a familiar landmark?
Look at a map?
Ask a friend to walk you through it?
Look at the manual that comes with the program
Telephone a friend. and ask questions about it?
Picture the word in your mind and choose the on that looks right?
Sound it out in your mind?
Write both versions down and pick the one that feels right?
Flow diagrams, handouts, slides?
Field trips, labs, practical sessions?
Discussion, guest speakers?
Listen to a tape describing the steps you need to take?
Start putting it together and assemble it through trial and error?
Watch a video of it or read printed instructions?
Watch someone do it?
Get instructions and discuss it thoroughly?
Have someone walk you through it?
Repeat it to yourself or someone else?
Make a mental picture of it?
Write or type it once or more?
A good sense of the basic tone and words you want to communicate?
Rehearsed the presentation a number of times?
Diagrams and notes that you can look at during the presentation?
Walking outdoors/ gardening/ dancing
Drawing/ painting/ sightseeing/ photography
Music/ singing/ storytelling
Hear a description and ask questions?
See diagrams and watch demonstrations?
Create a picture for them?
Logically explain it to them?
Physically lead them through it?
Here's an interesting quiz for you.