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Here is my text:

"Authors and specialists worldwide advocate paying attention to pupils' bodily and sensory stimuli, given the fact that learners fall into three categories which are usually referred to as the visual[1], auditory[2] and kinesthetic[3] learners. Board games[1], music-aided learning[2] and hula hoops-supported activities[3] respectively, are the proposed methods that try to be most appropriate for these learners."

My question concerns the adverb respectively. I have marked the elements that are connected but they appear in two sentences. In the second sentence I added the mentioned adverb to indicate these connections. Did I do it in a correct way? And there is question two, is there a need to put a comma after respectively as I've done? Please help.
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Your understanding of the word "respectively" is correct. If you put a comma after the word then you need one before it too. However, I think I would personally place the word after "are". I'm not sure "try to be" or "methods" are quite right, and "hula hoops-supported" sounds a bit weird. Maybe you could say:

"Board games, music-aided learning and hula-hoop games are, respectively, the proposed activities most appropriate for these learners."
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Thank you, Mr Wordy! That's interesting that your version of my sentence sounds so good in my ear, but I was not able to form it this way on my own Emotion: smile