Using visual aids, such as pictures, diagrams, and charts, allows for additional processing time and supports learners by breaking down content and skills into more manageable parts. Visual aids also serve an important role in maintaining student Attention and are a touchpoint for students to refer back to on their own, as external memory aids and individual practice.
Watch how this teacher uses pictures to teach new Vocabulary. Using pictures, she leads students to think deeply and make multiple connections between the visuals and the meaning of the word.
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Learn how developers of InferCabulary created an app that uses visuals to teach Vocabulary. By presenting five related images, learners practice inferring the meaning of unfamiliar Vocabulary words. Seeing images in addition to text and audio captions further reinforces the definitions of the words, leading to greater retention in Long-term Memory.
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