Writing requires visual learners to translate their rich multi-dimensional images into words and get them on paper. But they often lack the sequencing skills needed to separate and to organize their thoughts. They can also struggle to create context, use comparisons and provide supporting detail because they’re used to the immediacy and holistic nature of visual thinking. Fortunately, I have lots of ways to help you help your visual learners feel more successful at writing.
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Visual people can feel a little bit of anxiety when it comes to writing assignments. Since visual learners operate out of the right side of their brains and the right side of the brain is all about pictures, using words to describe these pictures and organizing these words into a coherent body of writing can become a very cumbersome and laborious endeavor.