Visualizing and Verbalizing What is visualizing and verbalizing

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Visualizing and Verbalizing

Visualizing and Verbalizing

What is visualizing and verbalizing? • Visualizing is directly related to language comprehension, language

What is visualizing and verbalizing? • Visualizing is directly related to language comprehension, language expression, and critical thinking. Imagery is a primary sensory connection in the brain. • Words change to pictures in your mind and those pictures change back to words to help your verbalize.

Right and Left Brain Left Hemisphere Verbalize Right Hemisphere Visualize

Right and Left Brain Left Hemisphere Verbalize Right Hemisphere Visualize

Right Hemisphere Left Hemisphere • We have two parts to our brain. The right

Right Hemisphere Left Hemisphere • We have two parts to our brain. The right hemisphere and the left hemisphere. • These two parts of your brain do different things. When you visualize, or imagine, the right side of your brain is at work. • When you talk, the left side of your brain is a work.

Why teach Visualizing and Verbalizing? • to teach you how to improve the use

Why teach Visualizing and Verbalizing? • to teach you how to improve the use both sides of your brain • to help you improve your ability to visualize and then verbalize pictures in your brain • As these two sides learn to work together, you will be able to improve your understanding and remember language better. • The exercises will help you to organize your thoughts and verbalize those thoughts from images.

Visualizing and Verbalizing will improve: • Visualizing improves the ability to understand remember what

Visualizing and Verbalizing will improve: • Visualizing improves the ability to understand remember what we read or hear. • Verbalizing improves the ability to express ourselves orally or in writing. • Explain picture to picture exercise

I want you use words to describe this picture. Your words will help Mrs.

I want you use words to describe this picture. Your words will help Mrs. Wilson have a picture in her brain. You will verbalize and Mrs. Wilson will visualize.

Twelve structure words • • • What Size Color Number Shape Where Movement Mood

Twelve structure words • • • What Size Color Number Shape Where Movement Mood Background Perspective When Sound 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

How did this exercise improve your ability to visualize and/or verbalize? • Brake into

How did this exercise improve your ability to visualize and/or verbalize? • Brake into groups and practice with each other.

The Concept of Visualizing and Verbalizing Ask your self: If I can’t picture it/

The Concept of Visualizing and Verbalizing Ask your self: If I can’t picture it/ I can’t understand it. Albert Einstein

Sequence of learning V/V • • Picture to Picture Word imaging (nouns) Sentence imaging

Sequence of learning V/V • • Picture to Picture Word imaging (nouns) Sentence imaging Sentence by sentence (processing) Multiple sentences (critical thinking) Paragraphs (content and study skills) Whole page