GLE Learning Strategies Exam Review Question Preview (ID: 670)

Exam Study Review For Ontario GLE Learning Strategies Course.

An auditory learner __________________________.
a) Uses their hands while talking
b) Enjoys listening activities
c) Prefers physical activities
d) Has difficulty with written directions

What kind of learner likes to try things out in a hands-on setting?
a) Kinesthetic Learner
b) Conductive Learner
c) Visual Learner
d) Auditory Learner

S.M.A.R.T. goals are goals that are ____________________________.
a) Saucy, Meaty, Agile, Red, and Thawed
b) Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely
c) Special, Meaningful, Artistic, Regular, and Tuned-in
d) Synchronized, Memorable, Appropriate, Reviewed, and Thoughtful

Abbreviations are a mnemonic device. They work by:
a) Making a silly sentence from the first letter of a string of words that you need to remember.
b) Linking the new knowledge that you want to remember to something you already know.
c) Taking the first letter of every word that you need to remember and saying them as a word (e.g. S.M.A.R.T.)
d) Taking the first letter of every word that you need to remember and saying them as the letter (e.g. N.H.L.)

Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge is an example of a(n):
a) Rhyme
b) Application
c) Acrostic Sentence
d) Visualization

The percentage of students with learning disablities is:
a) 2 to 3 percent
b) 30 to 35 percent
c) 15 to 18 percent
d) 6 to 10 percent

To reduce nervousness before a test, a student can:
a) Take deep breaths
b) All answers apply
c) Use positive self-talk
d) Close their eyes

Once the student has the exam paper, a student should:
a) Read over all questions
b) All answers apply
c) Write their name and date at the top of the exam
d) Note the questions that are worth the most marks

A good strategy for approaching a multiple choice question is:
a) Always pick (c)
b) Do the hardest questions first
c) Before you read the options, think of the answer on your own
d) If you aren't sure what the answer is, leave it blank

What do you do when you listen for empathy?
a) Your reason for listening is for enjoyment.
b) Your reason for listening is to support others, not to judge.
c) Your reason for listening is to judge the message to decide if it is fact or opinion.
d) Your reason for listening is for content.

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