Personality Survey

What does your personality say about your learning style?

Directions:

Students, write down the word of phrase that describes a consistent character trait of yours. Total the number of words/phrases and multiply by 2. Do this for each category.

For example: Category 1: bold, enjoys challenges, competitive. Since I wrote down three traits, I will multiply three by two. My number will be 6.

Category 1

  • Takes Charge
  • Assertive
  • Bold
  • Enterprising
  • Decision Making
  • Goal Driven
  • Enjoys Challenges
  • Determined
  • Firm
  • Purposeful
  • Competitive
  • Leader
  • Self-Reliant
  • Adventurous


Add up your traits. Multiply by 2. Circle your answer.


Category 2

  • Takes Risks
  • Motivator
  • Fun Loving
  • Very Verbal
  • Enjoys Change
  • Group Oriented
  • Avoids Detail
  • Visionary
  • Energetic
  • Likes Variety
  • Promotor
  • Creative
  • Optimistic
  • Mixes Easily


Add up your traits. Multiply by 2. Circle your answer.

Category 3

  • Loyal
  • Even Keel
  • Enjoys Routine
  • Good Listener
  • Sympathetic
  • Nurturing
  • Tolerant
  • Non-Demanding
  • Avoids Conflict
  • Dislikes Change
  • Adaptable
  • Thoughtful
  • Patient
  • Deep Relationships


Add up your traits. Multiply by 2. Circle your answers.

Category 4

  • Deliberate
  • Reserved
  • Practical
  • Factual
  • Detailed
  • Inquisitive
  • Persistent
  • Controlled
  • Predictable
  • Orderly
  • Discerning
  • Analytical
  • Precise
  • Scheduled


Add up your traits. Mulitiply by 2. Circle your answers.

STUDENTS: GROUP BY YOUR PERSONALITY.

TASK

Learners: You are to figure out your personality traits based on the criteria below.


  1. Provide one adjective that sums your personality as an entire group.
  2. You tend to like__________________________________. List your likes.
  3. You tend to fear ____________________________________. List your fears.
  4. You are motivated by _______________________________. List your motivations.


Learners: You will share out these categories to the class. After you have shared, the instructor will show the list from lion, beaver, otter, retriever.

Instructors: Do not scroll down until the lions have presented, then the beavers, and so on.

Big image

Lions at a Glance

STRONG


Lions tend to like:

  • Freedom
  • Leadership Roles
  • Competition, Challenges
  • Goals
  • Taking Charge


Lions tend to Fear:

  • Coming in Second- in anything


Lions are motivated by:

  • Goals, individual achievements
  • Direction
  • Freedom to make choices
  • Challenges
  • Doesn't let negative events get them down
  • Always wants to be in control


Beavers at a Glance

PERFECT


Beavers tend to Like:

  • To take their time and do it right
  • Clearly defined taks
  • Assignments that require precision
  • To know how it works
  • To put everything in "boxes"
  • To analyze everything
  • Thinkers


Beavers tend to Fear:

  • Deadlines
  • Criticism of their work
  • Risks
  • Can get depressed over negative events


Beavers are motivated by:

  • Recognition and approval of their work
  • The need to be "right"
  • Prefers to work alone
  • Are usually good at Art, Music, Drama

Otters at a Glance

FUN


Otters tend to Like:

  • Anything fun
  • Opportunities to help and motivate others
  • A platform to entertain others


Otters tend to Fear:

  • Boring activities
  • Reflection
  • Deadlines


Otters are motivated by:

  • Recognition
  • Approval
  • Fun
  • Challenges

Retrievers at a Glance

POPULAR


Retrievers to to Like:

  • A few deep friendships
  • Regular patterns in daily life
  • Clearly defined rules
  • Being peacekeepers
  • Avoiding coflicts
  • Seldom shows their feelings
  • Looking the other way when negative events come their way


Retrievers tend to Fear:

  • Unplanned changes
  • The unknown
  • Loss of stability


Retrievers are motivated by:

  • Loyalty to people and programs
  • Acceptance by others
  • Usually having one interest
  • Pleasing people