Considering classroom learning styles when teaching foreign languages is one of the important points of teaching process. A teacher who is conducting a foreign language lesson should pay attention to the individuals and the importance of their classroom skills. It is becoming an important phenomenon that individual features of a learner attract a lot of attention from educators. The goal of the article is to explore three classroom learning styles (auditory, visual, kinesthetic) and conclude the results of the observation comparing the learning styles. Results suggest several suitable tips for teaching different individuals depending on their preferred styles.
 Brown, H. Douglas. (2014). Principles of Language Learning and Teaching. 120-125.  Coker, C.A. (1996). Accommodating students learning styles in physical education. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 66-68  Davis, S. M., & Franklin, S. V. (2004). Assessing the Impact of student learning Style Preference. Physical Education Research Conference, 53-56  Fatt, J.P. (2000). Understanding the styles of the students. International journal of sociology and social policy, 31-45.  Lohri-Posey, B. (2003). Determining learning style preference of students.Nurse educator, 28(2), 54.  Naghavi, N. (2015). Learning styles in the classroom.  OBrian, L. (1989). Learning Styles: Make the student aware, Philadelphia  Rubin, J & Thompson, I. (1990). How to be a successful learner, Boston  Sabatova, J. (2008). Learning Styles in ELT, Masaryk.  Wintergerst, A., DeCapua, A., &Verna, M. (2002). An Analysis of One Learning Styles Instrument for Language Students. TESL Canada Journal.
"THE IMPORTANCE OF INDIVIDUAL FEATURES IN THE CLASSROOM,"
Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education: Vol. 2020
, Article 13.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/capmse/vol2020/iss1/13