Praxis II PLT 7-12

Category - Students

Chris Lee is a naturally kinesthetic learner. In his math class, he is learning geometry and finds himself struggling though he wants to earn a good grade. His teacher thinks that if she adapts some of her teaching style towards her kinesthetic learners, this may help. Which of the following would NOT be effective to accomplish this?
  1. Modeling how to work through a geometric proof
  2. Devising group work that asks students to design a house
  3. Assigning a project where students determine geometric portions to objects in the classroom
  4. Providing manipulatives during tests for students to use
Answer: A - Modeling how to work through a geometric proof. This activity would not necessarily offer a hands-on opportunity to the students; it would be more similar to direct instruction. The other options offer a chance to have hands-on experiences that would be a benefit to a kinesthetic learner.
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