When presenting new material, allow these students to tape record your lectures or instructions to play back later for studying.
Because of their strong language skills, these students will remember details of your lectures and will be the first to catch your verbal mistakes.
Beware of putting all of your auditory learners together, however, as they may all want to talk at once.
After presenting new information, let these students repeat the information aloud or turn to a classmate to restate or summarize the information.
They want to see someone else perform a task before they attempt it.
These students actually read the instructions before beginning an assignment.