Brain dominance

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Brain dominance by Mind Map: Brain dominance

1. Left hemisphere

1.1. General skills

1.1.1. Language skills

1.1.2. Skilled movement

1.1.3. Analytical time sequence processing

1.2. How learners with left hemisphere dominance work

1.2.1. Making lists and schedules

1.2.2. Need to have rules to follow

1.2.3. They take information through analysis, observation and thinking

1.2.4. Precise choosing of words

1.2.5. Refined language abilities

1.3. Suitable subjects

1.3.1. Sciences

1.3.2. Engineering

1.3.3. Language

1.3.4. Business and commerce

2. Right hemisphere

2.1. General skills

2.1.1. Copying designs

2.1.2. Shapes' discrimination

2.1.3. Understanding geometric properties

2.1.4. Reading faces

2.1.5. Music

2.1.6. Global holistic processing

2.1.7. Understanding metaphors

2.1.8. Expressing and reading emotions

2.2. How learners with right hemisphere dominance work

2.2.1. They use their feelings

2.2.2. They go from a cause to another rapidly (difficulties at finishing assignements)

2.2.3. Holistic learners (they need to see the whole picture before examining each part)

2.2.4. Creative and imaginative learners

2.3. What to do with them

2.3.1. Singing

2.3.2. Music

2.3.3. Art

2.3.4. Writing

2.3.5. Designing

2.3.6. They like concrete things

2.3.7. They need to see, feel or touch the real object

2.4. Suitable subjects

2.4.1. Arts

2.4.2. Humanities

2.4.3. Architecture

2.4.4. Litterature

2.4.5. Nursing

2.4.6. Communication

2.4.7. Law studies

3. Schools

3.1. Remembering facts is important

3.2. Being creative and imaginative is less important

3.3. There are rules

4. Whole brained

5. Solutions to increase teaching efficiency

5.1. Giving activites according to brain dominance

5.2. Being aware of your own teaching tendancy

5.3. Advising students on their learning strategies and recalling