Auditory Processing

Some students may experience difficulty integrating information presented orally, so they may not be able to follow the logic and organization of a lecture. Helpful hints:

  1. Always make certain that you have a course syllabus at the start of the semester.
  2. Tape a class, if you need to listen to the class discussion more than once.
  3. Outline class presentations and write new terms and key points in your notebook.
  4. Ask another student to be a note taker, in addition to you taking your own notes.
  5. Repeat and summarize segments of each presentation and review its entirety.
  6. In dealing with abstract concepts, paraphrase them in specific terms, and illustrate them with concrete examples, personal experiences, hands-on models and such visual tools as charts and graphs.

Auditory Processing



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