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91. VARK: A Guide to Learning Styles

Activity Description

VARK Results

Source: https://vark-learn.com/the-vark-questionnaire/?p=results by VARK (License: Protected by Copyright (c) [i.e. screenshot])
 

In this activity, students answer the VARK Learning Style online questionnaire’s 16 questions to measure their learning style preferences in these areas: Visual (V), Aural/Auditory (A), Reading/Writing (R), and Kinesthetic (K) – see descriptions at VARK Modalities page http://www.vark-learn.com/english/page.asp?p=categories in order to find their preferred learning styles and their weaker study habit. The inventory’s focus is on study habits and skills more than personality traits, and there are “help sheets” that explain to students how to develop their less-preferred learning modalities.


 

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Program Areas

ASE: High School Equivalency Preparation, ABE: Adult Basic Education, ASE: High School Diploma, ESL: English as a Second Language, CTE: Career Technical Education

Levels

Low, Intermediate, High, All Levels, Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, Advanced
92. Vision Board

Activity Description

Vision Board
Source: Pixabay by Sh1ra (License: CC0/Public Domain)
 
For this project, students think about their longer-term academic and personal goals, create a collage of images and words representing their vision for their future and present it to the class.

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Program Areas

ABE: Adult Basic Education, ESL: English as a Second Language

Levels

All Levels, Beginning High, Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, Advanced
93. Voicemod Text-to-Song: Compose a Song about a Class Concept

Activity Description

Voicemod
Source: Voicemod by Voicemod (License: CC0/Public Domain)
 
In this activity, appropriate for any course or level, students create a song to demonstrate their understanding of a class concept, whether it's math or grammar. After writing brief lyrics explaining their learning in their own words, students use a text-to-song AI tool to make a song that serves as a mnemonic device and allows students to practice digital skills.

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Program Areas

ABE: Adult Basic Education, ESL: English as a Second Language

Levels

All Levels, All Levels
94. What I Learned About Browsers and the Web

Activity Description

20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web
Source: 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web foreword. (License: Protected by Copyright (c) [i.e. screenshot])
 

This is an online book (61 pages) about various aspects of browsers, the Internet, cloud computing, cookies, privacy, security, malware, and phishing. The reading level is about 6th grade. It can be covered in small chunks (20) and integrated into your everyday skills and competencies.

 

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Program Areas

ASE: High School Diploma, ABE: Adult Basic Education, ESL: English as a Second Language, ASE: High School Equivalency Preparation, CTE: Career Technical Education, AwD: Adults with Disabilities

Levels

All Levels, Beginning High, Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, Advanced
95. Wikipedia: Fantastic Places in the USA Assignment and Using AI for Student Revision

Activity Description

Devil

 

In this activity, students will use the Internet to select or are assigned to find information about a fantastic place in the USA, such as a national park or monument, take notes, and create a visual aide (a Word document or PowerPoint with images). Students will then copy/paste their assignment into an AI application for revision and edit suggestions. As a class the revisions are weighed, discussed, examined and determined it they are useful or not. Discuss the value of AI.

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Program Areas

ESL: English as a Second Language, ABE: Adult Basic Education, ASE: High School Diploma

Levels

Intermediate High, Advanced, Intermediate, High
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OTAN activities are funded by contract CN220124 from the Adult Education Office, in the Career & College Transition Division, California Department of Education, with funds provided through Federal P.L., 105-220, Section 223. However, OTAN content does not necessarily reflect the position of that department or the U.S. Department of Education.