I've found that using the different learning styles is a great way to add fun and excitement to the classroom. One thing that I like to do is if my students are going to have a project of sorts, then I offer different options -- each with a focus on a different learning style but that still requires the use of the specific skills that we are focusing on for the project. So, if I want them to demonstrate their use of food vocabulary, I could have the write a rap about their favorite meal, create graphs to explain how their parents use the weekly food budget or (with a group) put on some sort of skit that involves the types of words I'm "testing".
That said, I also like to only offer a few of the different types of learning styles with each project instead of all of them because it also forces the students to explore areas outside of their comfort zones while still giving them a choice in their work.
I hope this helps!
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