C3. Multi-sensory teaching
Depending on the learning styles of students of different abilities, teachers could adopt multi-sensory teaching to facilitate learning. For example, the use of sounds and visual representations helps the students who are less responsive to words grasp concepts more easily. Motion-based activities and the use of pictures could be used to increase their learning readiness and reinforce their learning.
Illustration videos of Differentiated Instruction (DI) strategies:
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