Phrasal verb: go over

  1. go over something
    Transitive, Inseparable
    Meaning: review
    Example: You should always go over your test before you hand it in (another phrasal verb!) to the teacher.

There are three types of learners- visual, auditory and kinesthetic.  Visual learners benefit by underlining, highlighting, using colored markers, drawing pictures, symbols or graphs.  Auditory learners like to listen to lectures a few times and repeat the information in their minds.  Kinesthetic learners are very hands-on and like to use their sense of touch.

I prefer to go over information in a visual way, but I like to use a mix of all three methods when I teach!

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