This chapter illustrates portray Sarah's cognitive style by speaking about her images. There is an obvious connection, first, between style and imagery. As style is a generalization from behaviour to manner, imagery is a generalization from practical rules and principles to a metaphoric form of guidance for action. Second, it shows that images were of particular importance to the way Sarah structured her knowledge; it thus seems likely that the specific images she used will be most telling in depicting her cognitive style. It looks, then, at Sarah's images for each of the content areas of her practical knowledge discusses in: curriculum, subject matter, instruction, milieu, and personal knowledge. Sarah's cognitive style is, in many respects, the style of an artist. Sarah has a sense of the spontaneous. She is aware of the relationship between the form and the content of instruction.