What type of speaker are you?


  • Which of the following are important when you want to make yourself understood?




  • Which of the following best describes you?




  • You are trying to get your friends to sign a petition to help save the play area in the local park. What do you do?




  • If you wanted to convince your friends to listen to a singer they haven’t heard before what would you do?




  • A local politician is making statements about your neighbourhood while you’re at a community meeting. You don’t think they’re right. What do you do?




  • You’re waiting in a long queue to see the latest film at the cinema and you’re nearly at the front. A couple walk straight past you to the front of the line. What do you do?




  • You’ve been asked to give a talk at the local community centre. What do you do to calm your nerves?




  • You are asked to watch a presentation given by a member of your class and respond to what they said in a presentation of your own. What do you do?




  • Some people are very good at getting their ideas across to others. Why do you think this is?




  • The manager of your Saturday job wants you to work late, but you need to be home early that evening. What do you do?




  • A politician is being shouted down by an audience. What should they do?




  • Your school locker is broken and, after several requests, the caretaker has done nothing about it. What do you think you would do?




  • If you had to make a speech in public what do you think you would do?




  • You are going to the local council to ask for funding for a sports team you want to start in your area. What do you do?




  • If you vote for someone to represent you what do you want them to do?




  • You are asked to leave you regular fast food restaurant because young people from your school have recently misbehaved there. What do you do?




  • Which of these statements best describes you?




  • A local newspaper report has revealed that your area is the most untidy in the region and young people are being blamed by the local residents. When out shopping at the weekend you see someone from your school drop their litter. What do you do?




  • When you speak to people what do they usually do?




  • The school council is voting on a choice between two after school activities. There’s only enough money to support one of them and you really want Option 1. What do you do to try and help its chances?




  • If you were having a disagreement with someone about an issue in your local community what would you be most likely to do?




  • How would you describe yourself?




  • You are giving a short talk on behalf of your team at the school sports’ day. There are a lot of people present and it’s a windy day. What do you do?




  • When your parents or carers say one thing and you want something else what happens?




  • You’ve just given a presentation in class and someone, trying to be funny, mocks your way of speaking. What do you do?




  • If you and your friends had a disagreement about whether to go to the cinema or to the park what would you be most likely to do?




  • You’ve been asked to referee a school hockey match. What do you do?




  • How would people who know you well describe you?




  • You want to go to a house party with your friends on Saturday night but your parents aren’t keen. What do you do?




  • You’re having a disagreement with a friend about something that’s important to both of you. What do you do?