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Les valeurs
1. Dressez une liste d’au moins 5 valeurs que vous valorisez davantage (qui sont les plus importants).
Les valeurs que je valorise davantage sont : la famille, les amis (l’amitié), la langue, la communication, la diversité, la liberté, le succès et être aimée.

2. Quelle est la chose que vous valorisez le plus et pourquoi?
Les choses que je valorise le plus sont mes amis et ma famille, en autres mots, les liens avec les autres. Mes amis et ma famille me supporte, c’est en eux que j’ai la plus de confiance et ils sont ceux qui me comprenne.

3. Comment vos valeurs vont-elles influencer vos choix de carrière?
Je pense que mes valeurs aura (et ils ont maintenant) une grande influence sur mes choix de carrière. Comme je l’ai dit en avant, j’aime beaucoup les personnes et la communication. Alors ceci m’influencera a choisir un emploi qui consiste d’un travail de groupe et un travail qui faut des compétences linguistiques.

4. Nommez deux emplois qui sont reliés à vos valeurs. Justifiez.
* Journaliste : Je suis très passionnée et enthousiaste, de plus, deux de mes valeurs davantage sont les linguistiques et la communication.
* Psychologiste : Ceci est un travail très interpersonnel qui rend également à la communication et les personnes!

Les modes d’apprentissage
1. Quels sont vos modes d’apprentissage? (du plus dominant au moins dominant)
Mon mode d’apprentissage le plus dominant est le mode kinesthésique et j’ai reçu les mêmes résultats pour les modes d’apprentissage visuel et auditif.

2. Pourquoi est-il important de reconnaitre vos modes d’apprentissage?
Il est important de reconnaitre mes modes d’apprentissage parce que comme ca, ma connaissance de moi même est non seulement étendue mais aussi, je sais maintenant la meilleure façon dont je peux apprendre. C’est une connaissance très utile et pratique.

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