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I. GENERAL INFORMATION Students Name: Career: Subject: Activity: Year: II.

INTRODUCTION The following report aims the importance to know how, what and why our methods, techniques or the gathering of the information through our learning process is directing us to an effective learning approach. VARK stands for Visual, Aural, Read and Kinesthetic. Is a questionnaire that provides users a general view of their leaning styles. The importance to know our learning preferences will improve our performance either the learning level we are performing. III. TEST RESULT DESCRIPTION OF MY LEARNING STYLE The VARK Questionnaire Results Your scores were: Visual: 10 Aural: 6 Read/Write: 9 Kinesthetic: 9 You have a multimodal (VARK) learning preference. My scores indicate that I have a multimodal learning preference. That refers that I apply different techniques when the learning process. The visual area is the highest score as is seen in the chart, which means that I am interest in the way that things look, shapes, colors, designs and for me that really matches with my learning style. Later, in the aural section I have a score of six points, which means that I have a preference for listening and in my point of view is somehow true even though I have to practice more that area in order to retain more the information while I am in class. Since my result is a multimodal learning style, I can adapt to every different teachers styles and also apply different techniques to understand better the information and communication. According to the reading and writing area, it really matches with my styles, because I like to research information, read something if I do not know, however, there are some techniques that will improve my learning. Finally, in the kinesthetic area, I really like to do things in order to learn something new, role plays, presentations, real life context task are important for my learning style. Ana Marcella Martinez Sol English Major Educational Technology for teaching English Project 2 : VARK inventory learning style 2012


Pictures and gestures language. Posters, slides. Flow charts, diagrams Underlining different colors. Diagrams / pictures. Redraw your pages from memory. Replace words with symbols. Convert your lectures notes into a learnable package by reducing them into pictures pages. Draw things, use diagrams. Practice turning your visuals back into words. Recall the pictures made by your pages.

Attend classes discuss topics with others use a tape recorder

Teachers who use words well and have lots of information in sentences and notes. dictionaries glossaries definitions Write out the words again and again. Read your notes (silently) again and again. Rewrite the ideas and principles into other words.

Real life examples. Field trips Field tours Applications Collection of things


Expand your notes by talking with others and collecting notes from the textbook. Read your summarized notes aloud.

Listen to your voices and write them down. Spend time in quiet places recalling the ideas. Practice writing answers to old exam question.

I agree with my results it really matches with my learning style. Mostly with the visual area I have always learned something by using diagrams, charts and make it as colorful as I can. However, I need to practice more those strategies such as recalling pictures, turn visual into words etc All the strategies above can be used in my learning style. Everything depends on the circumstances, since I am multimodal learner. During the semester, I would like to improve my Aural area, I think I need to retain better the information, Ill definitely use record my voice, listen and write, discuss about ideas and recall partners opinions, retaining information while listening will let me get an excellent score at TOEFL Test.


Practice with multiple choice questions. Write paragraphs, beginnings and endings.

Talk about your notes with another kinesthetic person. Use pictures to illustrate the idea. You will remember the real things that happened. Role play the exam or the test situation in your own room. Apply it to real life situations.