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Be/qQN02hrt4Aw). 31 L. K. Silverman et al. Spatial Aspects Visual refers not just to things that can be seen by the eye, but to those that exist only in the mind’s eye, and to those abstract concepts that must be envisioned. Spatial learning is strongly relational, to place, to people, and to time. Any role-playing exercise in class lends itself to spatial learning. For instance, a 12th grade history class studying the Nazi rise to power in 1933 assigned roles to each of the students – Nazi, Gestapo, industrialists, socialists, communists, Jews, Bavarians, trade unionists, and Catholics – and let them talk amongst themselves in anticipation of the open election of November 1932 that eventually brought Hitler to power the following spring.
By pairing pictures with words or movies during the presentation of an idea, VSLs are assimilating the information more directly and are more likely to anchor it in their long-term memory. Pictures require little or no repetition in order to be saved in memory. This is one of the reasons that VSLs rebel when forced to do repetitive work; either they have it in the mental photo album or they don’t. When teaching vocabulary, present the word list with the option of writing the definition in a sentence or creating a game out of the word.