Vak Learning Styles Test

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VAK learning styles test

(vak - visual, auditory, kinesthetic)

Contents:

0. About VAK test

1. Testing - I will consolidate 30 question model using Method 3 - Re-structure the matrix into a multiple choice-style questionnaire - takes longer, but is more likely to avoid 'leading' or influencing the person being assessed because the format is less transparent. Each of the 30 questions would be structured as per this example, and could either ask for a single selection or to score each option 1, 2, or 3. (Will attach the questionnaire at the end of this paper).

2.Target group - I will test the personalities of people tv studio team that I work at .Because partly participants are english speaking, this paper will be in english.

3.Results

4.Suggestions

0.About VAK test:

learning style
description

Visual
seeing and reading

Auditory
listening and speaking

Kinesthetic
touching and doing

According to the VAK model, most people possess a dominant or preferred learning style, however some people have a mixed and evenly balanced blend of the three styles.

Visual learning style involves the use of seen or observed things, including pictures, diagrams, demonstrations, displays, handouts, films, flip-chart, etc.

Auditory learning style involves the transfer of information through listening: to the spoken word, of self or others, of sounds and noises.

Kinesthetic learning involves physical experience - touching, feeling, holding, doing, practical hands-on experiences.

1.Testing

The test: VAK Learning Styles Self-Assessment Questionnaire

Circle or tick the answer that most represents how you generally behave.

(It’s best to complete the questionnaire before reading the accompanying explanation.)

1. When I operate new equipment I generally:

a) read the instructions first

b) listen to an explanation from someone who has used it before

c) go ahead and have a go, I can figure it out as I use it

2. When I need directions for travelling I usually:

a) look at a map

b) ask for spoken directions

c) follow my nose and maybe use a compass

3. When I cook a new dish, I like to:

a) follow a written recipe

b) call a friend for an explanation

c) follow my instincts, testing as I cook

4. If I am teaching someone something new, I tend to:

a) write instructions down for them

b) give them a verbal explanation

c) demonstrate first and then let them have a go

5. I tend to say:

a) watch how I do it

b) listen to me explain

c) you have a go

6. During my free time I most enjoy:

a) going to museums and galleries

b) listening to music and talking to my friends

c) playing sport or doing DIY

7. When I go shopping for clothes, I tend to:

a) imagine what they would look like on

b) discuss them with the shop staff

c) try them on and test them out

8. When I am choosing a holiday I usually:

a) read lots of brochures

b) listen to recommendations from friends

c) imagine what it would be like to be there

9. If I was buying a new car, I would:

a) read reviews in newspapers and magazines

b) discuss what I need with my friends

c) test-drive lots of different types

10. When I am learning a new skill, I am most comfortable:

a) watching what the teacher is doing

b) talking through with the teacher exactly what I’m supposed to do

c) giving it a try myself and work it out as I go

11. If I am choosing food off a menu, I tend to:

a) imagine what the food will look like

b) talk through the options in my head or with my partner

c) imagine what the food will taste like

12. When I...
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