Lessons need to be designed to reflect the individual differences so no learner is made to feel excluded. Learner needs can vary so any resources used need to be accessible and inclusive to all learners. Identifying and meeting individual learner needs boosts their morale and encourages them. Once the teacher is familiar with the personal needs of their learners, they can easily plan their day-to-day classroom activities, so they cater to all of them. For instance, the teacher will know how to plan the timetable for counselling, individual tutoring, group interactions and general supervision. Each activity targets the needs of specific students such that by the end of the day, every learner’s needs are fully met. Each leaner has different learning styles, looking at Honey and Mumford’s model there are four different types of learners.