Learning Styles Questionnaire 学习风格问卷调查

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Learning Styles Questionnaire  - Quiz

Below is a learning styles questionnaire to help you understand how you can absorb and learn new information most effectively.   Please take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire and find out your preferred learning style. 这是一份学习风格调查问卷, 旨在帮助您了解如何最有效地学习和吸收新信息。 请花几分钟时间完成调查问卷,找出配合您的学习模 。


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    When you need to use a new software system or operate new equipment you generally: 当您需要使用新的软件系统或操作新设备时,您通常会:

    • A.

      Read the instructions first 首先阅读说明书

    • B.

      Listen to an explanation from someone who has used it before 听听以前用过它的人的解说

    • C.

      Go ahead and have a go, I can figure it out as I use it 尝试使用,我可以一边使用,一边研究

  • 2. 

    When you cook a new dish, you like to: 当您做一道新菜式时,您喜欢:

    • A.

      Follow a recipe 按照食谱

    • B.

      Call a friend to teach and guide you 打电话向朋友請教

    • C.

      Follow own instincts, testing as you cook 跟随自己的直觉,在烹调时进行调整

  • 3. 

    If you are teaching someone something new, you tend to: 如果您正在教某人某些新事物,您倾向于:

    • A.

      Write down the instructions for them 为他们写下工作指示

    • B.

      Give a verbal explanation 给予口述解释

    • C.

      Demonstrate first and then let them have a go 先亲自示范,然后让他们自己尝试

  • 4. 

    If you are teaching someone something new, you tend to say: 如果您正在教某人某些新事物,您倾向于说:

    • A.

      “Watch how I do it” “看看我怎么做”

    • B.

      “Let me explain to you how to do it” “让我向您解释如何做”

    • C.

       “Let’s try it yourself” “您自己试试吧”

  • 5. 

    When you are choosing where to go on a holiday, you usually: 当您选择渡假地点时,您通常会:

    • A.

      Read lots of brochures and browse a lot of websites 阅读大量宣传册并浏览很多网站

    • B.

      Seek and listen to recommendations from friends 寻求并倾听朋友的推荐

    • C.

      Imagine what it would be like to be there 想象一下,身处目的地的感觉

  • 6. 

    When you are learning a new skill, you are most comfortable when you are: 当您学习新技能时,令您感到最自在的是:

    • A.

      Watching teacher’s demonstration 观察导师示范

    • B.

      Talking through with the teacher what I am supposed to do 透过与老师交谈,然后得知自己应该要做什么

    • C.

      Giving it a try myself and working it out as I go 自己试一试,边做边试

  • 7. 

    When you are choosing food off a menu, you tend to: 如果您正在从菜单中选择食物,您倾向于:

    • A.

      Imagine what the food will look like 想象一下食物的样子

    • B.

      Talk through the options in my head with my partner or ask the waitress / waiter 在心中默念、与同伴交谈或问服务员不同的食物选项

    • C.

      Imagine what the food will taste like 想象一下食物的味道会是怎样

  • 8. 

    When you listen to a band, you can’t help: 观赏乐队表演时,您会不由自主地:

    • A.

      Watching the band members and other people in the audience 观看乐队成员和观众

    • B.

      Listening to the lyrics and the beats 傾听歌词和节拍

    • C.

      Moving in time with the music 跟隨音乐擺动

  • 9. 

    When you concentrate, you most often: 当集中注意力时,您最常:

    • A.

      Focus on the words or pictures 专注于文字或图片

    • B.

      Think about the problem and the possible solutions in my head 在脑海中默念问题和可能的解决方案

    • C.

      Move around a lot, fiddle with pens and touch things 四处走动、摆弄笔杆和触摸东西

  • 10. 

    You choose household furnishing based on: 您会根据什么来挑选家居饰品:

    • A.

      The colours and how they look 它们的颜色和外观

    • B.

      The descriptions given by the sales-people 销售人员的描述

    • C.

      The textures and what it feels like when I touch them 它们的材質和质感

  • 11. 

    When you are anxious, you will tend to: 当您感到焦虑时,您倾向于:

    • A.

      Visualise the worst-case scenarios 幻想最坏的情况  

    • B.

      Talk over in my head what worries me most 在脑海中默念最让我担心的事情

    • C.

      Can’t sit still, want to fiddle and move around 不能安静地坐着,想要摆动身体和四处走动

  • 12. 

    When you are solving a problem, you tend to: 解决问题時,您倾向于:

    • A.

      Organize thoughts by writing and list out the problems and alternatives 组织思维,并用文字写下要解决的问题及替代方案

    • B.

      Have self-talks or discuss with others to work out the solutions 进行自我对话或与他人讨论以制定解决方案

    • C.

      Try out the solutions physically and impulsively 按直觉,用行动尝试解决问题

  • 13. 

    During your free time, you most enjoy: 空闲时间,您最喜欢做什么:

    • A.

      Watching television, films, photography, going to museums and galleries 看电视、电影、摄影、去博物馆和画廊

    • B.

      Listening to music and talking to my friends 听音乐和与朋友聊天

    • C.

      Taking part in sporting activities or making DIY things 参加体育活动或制作DIY物品

  • 14. 

    When you first contact a new colleague, you usually: 当您第一次联系不認識的同事时,您通常会:

    • A.

      Arrange a face to face meeting 安排面对面的会谈

    • B.

      Talk to them on the telephone 通过电话与他们交谈

    • C.

      Show him/her around, take him/her out for a drink or a meal 带他/她四周逛逛,出去喝飲料或吃饭

  • 15. 

    When you saw somebody, you first notice how he/she: 当您看到某人时,您首先会注意到他/她:

    • A.

      Look and dress 外表和衣着

    • B.

      Sound and speak 声线和谈吐

    • C.

      Hand and body movements 手部和肢体动作

  • 16. 

    When you are angry, you tend to: 如果您感到生气,您倾向于:

    • A.

      Keep replaying in my mind what has upset me 在我的脑海里反覆重播让我心烦意乱的事情

    • B.

      Raise my voice and tell people how I feel 提高我的声音,告诉别人我的感受

    • C.

      Slam the door or other physical act to show my anger 砰”地关门,或以其他行动表达我的愤怒

  • 17. 

    You find it easier to remember: 您比较容易记得:

    • A.

      His/ her faces, but forgets the names 他/她的樣子(面孔),但会忘了他们的名字

    • B.

      Names by auditory repetition, but forgets the faces 通過重覆朗誦而記得他/她的名字,但会忘记他们的樣子(面孔)

    • C.

      Things he/she has done 他/她做过的事情

  • 18. 

    You think you can tell if someone is lying to you: 如果有以下情况出现,您應該可以判断某人是否撒谎:

    • A.

      He/she avoids your eye contact 他/她会避开您的目光接触

    • B.

      His/her voice changes 他/她的声线变了

    • C.

      He/she acts something differently / unusual 他/她会有不同/不寻常的行为表现

  • 19. 

    You remember things best by: 以下那个方法最能帮助您的记忆:

    • A.

      Writing notes 书写笔记

    • B.

      Saying them aloud or repeating key points in your head 大声说出来或在脑海中重复关键点

    • C.

      Practice the activities or imagine how it can be done 演练或想象整个工作流程

  • 20. 

    If you have to complain about faulty goods, you will: 如果您想投诉有缺陷的商品,您会:

    • A.

      Write a complaint letter 写一封投诉信

    • B.

      Complain it over the phone 通过电话投诉

    • C.

      Take the faulty goods back to the store or post it back to head office 将有缺陷的商品带回商店或将它们寄回商店的总公司

  • 21. 

    When people come and tell you that he/she is feeling sad about something, you tend to say: 当有人来告诉您他/她对某事感到悲伤时,您倾向于说:

    • A.

      “I see what you mean” “我明白您的意思了”

    • B.

      “I hear what you are saying” “我听懂您在说什么”

    • C.

      “I know how you feel” “我明白您的感受”

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