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Learning Style Inventory This 24-item survey is not timed. Respond to each statement as honestly as you can. Place a check in the appropriate space after each statement below and then use the scoring guide to evaluate your responses. Often Sometimes Seldom 1. I can remember best about a subject by listening to a lecture that includes information, discussion, and explanations. 2. I prefer to see information written on a chalkboard and supplemented by visual aids and assigned readings. 3. I like to write things down or to take notes for visual review. 4. I prefer to use posters, models, or actual practice and other activities in class. 5. I require explanations of diagrams, graphs, or visual directions. 6. I enjoy working with my hands or making things. 7. I am skillful with and enjoy developing and making graphs and charts 8. I can tell if sounds match when presented with pairs of sounds. 9. I can remember best by writing things down several times. 10. I can easily understand and follow directions on a map. 11. I do best in academic subjects by listening to lectures and tapes. 12. I play with coins or keys in my pocket. . 13. I learn to spell better by repeating words out loud than by writing the words on paper. 14. I can understand a news article better by reading about it in the newspaper than by listening to a report about it on the radio. 15. I chew gum, smoke, or snack while studying. 16. I think the best way to remember something is to picture it in your head. 17. I learn the spelling of words by "finger spelling" them. 18. I would rather listen to a good lecture or speech than read about the same material in a textbook. 19. I am good at working and solving jigsaw puzzles and mazes. 20. I grip objects in my hands during learning periods. 21. I prefer listening to the news on the radio rather than reading about it in the newspaper. 22. I prefer obtaining information about an interesting subject by reading about it.. 23. I prefer obtaining information about an interesting subject by reading about it 24. I feel very comfortable touching others, hugging, handshaking, etc.
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