Name: David Isai Arias Moran Career: Licenciatura en idioma Ingles.

Subject: Management of Technological Resources for the Teaching and Administration of the English Language (Part III) Tittle: Vark inventory learning style

Introducction: The purpose of this report is to display in what way you learn better with several question into a Vark questionnaire. Vark inventory learning style is a questionnaire that provides users with profile of their learning preferences. The acronym VARK stands for Visual, Aural, Read/write, and Kinestheticsensory modalities that are used for learning information. Personally i consider this kind of test help us to get a better idea about our learning style and we consider the best to get knowledge and explain to other we understand about a specific topic.

The VARK Questionnaire Results

Your scores were:
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Visual: 0 Aural: 6 Read/Write: 4 Kinesthetic: 6

You have a multimodal (AK) learning preference.

Multimodal: Let’s star, ok I got a multimodal learning preference, that means that I can learn for 2 different ways in my case are Aural and Kinesthetic, so multiple preferences give me many choices of two or three or four modes to use for the learning and interaction with others.

I think multimodal is an excellent way because that open so many ways to learn instead of one simple way, to be honest I did not know nothing about this kind of test but right now I got an excellent tool to apply with my future student in the future..

Aural = 6

INTAKE     

Attend clases. Attend discussions and tutorials Discuss topics with others Explain new ideas to other people Use a tape recorder

SWOT  Your notes may be poor because you prefer to listen.  Put your summarized notes onto tapes and listen to them.  Read your summarized notes aloud.  Explain your notes to another 'aural' person.

OUTPUT  Imagine talking with the examiner.  Listen to your voices and write them down.  Practice writing answers to old exam questions.  Speak your answers aloud or inside your head.

Read/Write =4

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Glossaries Handouts

Textbooks Readings library

Notes (often verbatim) Essays


Read your notes (silently) again and again. Rewrite the ideas and principles in to other words. Organize anydiagrams , graphs ... into statements, e.g. "The trend is.

Write exam answers.

Practice with multiple choice questions.

Write your lists (a,b,c,d,1,2, 3,4). Imagine talking with the examiner. Practice writing answers to old exam

Kinestheti c=6

All your senses - sight, touch, taste, smell, hearing ...   Laboratories field trips Examples of principles Lecturers who give reallife examples

Put plenty of examples into your summary. Use case studies and applications


to help with principles and abstract concepts. Use pictures and photographs that illustrate an idea. Go back to the laboratory or your lab manual.



Vark it is helpful tool that we can use to know our style, as you can see I did not get any point on the visual part but anyway, personally I consider my score was great because they really express the way I learn and how I can get a real way to study and apply in order to get the best result on the learning process

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