Activities for Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic Learners in KS3 English (ZigZag Education)

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Activities for Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic Learners in KS3 English
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Activities for Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic Learners in KS3 English

A multi-sensory teaching resource that puts an emphasis on a variety of different learning styles and ensures all your KS3 English students are supported. 27 visual, auditory and kinaesthetic worksheets you can adapt and use with your existing schemes of work plus loads more ideas to draw on.

The variety of tasks is the main selling point of the resource: it offers something for everyone. J Redley, English Teacher & Independent Reviewer

All worksheets include:

  • A primary activity that focuses on one of the three styles of learning
  • Two supporting ideas that look at how other learners can also take part regardless of learning style
  • An example of the activity in action with supporting resources if applicable
  • Activities cover prose, poetry, plays, spoken language, media and writing so you can dip in and out of the resource whenever you need an engaging and sensory activity.


What do teachers have to say about this resource? (5928)
"It is the best compilation I have seen of activities that lend themselves to different learning styles. The concepts of different styles of learners are explained fully and concisely. This resource would fit perfectly into any Key Stage 3 scheme of work. It is engaging and could be used with students of all abilities. An impressive resource." J Whitbread, English Teacher
"This resource was helpful for use in the classroom to vary activities and allow all types of learners to understand the topics taught in class. I lik e the originality of this resource and was pleased to see this as these tasks take up a lot of time to think of and create, but they are so good for the students understanding and development of creativity in the classroom." M Margarita, English Teacher
"I think this is a very well written resource which I would definitely feel happy using. The resource feels well researched and written from a practical as well as a theoretical basis. I feel this is a book that can be 'dipped' in and out of throughout the term, to inspire new ideas and to help check that the different types of learners needs are being met. This would be a resource I would keep using and returning to throughout the year." C Gray, English Teacher
"The resource comprises lots of useful activities, which could also be used with lower level KS4 and students with special needs. hese activities would be fun and stimulating for KS3 classes, so they would engage the students’ interest and help to persuade them that a particular text is interesting. The variety of tasks is the main selling point of the resource: it offers something for everyone." J Redley,English Teacher
sensory learning, SEN, sight, sound, touch


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