What Type of Outliner Is Your Child? - FamilyEducation

What Type of Outliner Is Your Child?

Discover how your child thinks so that you can help him choose the best outlining structure.

Quiz

Discover how your child thinks so that you can help him choose the best outlining structure.

1. Does your child excel at talking out ideas, opposed to writing them?

  • Sometimes.
  • Yes.
  • No.

2. Does your child tend to draw out ideas as opposed to writing them or use visual cues like shapes or colors to identify or remember ideas?

  • No.
  • Sometimes.
  • Yes.

3. Does your child struggle with the mechanics of writing like spelling, grammar, and handwriting?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

4. Does your child think laterally -- i.e. do they tend to bounce from point a to point z?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

5. Does your child talk about ideas or writing assignments in functional terms, i.e., how things work?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

6. Does your child excel at projects over writing assignments?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

7. Is your child "hands on?"

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

8. When writing, does your child struggle with traditional Roman numeral outlining structures?

  • Yes.
  • No.
  • Sometimes.

1. Does your child excel at talking out ideas, opposed to writing them?
No.

2. Does your child tend to draw out ideas as opposed to writing them or use visual cues like shapes or colors to identify or remember ideas?
Yes.

3. Does your child struggle with the mechanics of writing like spelling, grammar, and handwriting?
Sometimes.

4. Does your child think laterally -- i.e. do they tend to bounce from point a to point z?
Sometimes.

5. Does your child talk about ideas or writing assignments in functional terms, i.e., how things work?
Sometimes.

6. Does your child excel at projects over writing assignments?
Sometimes.

7. Is your child "hands on?"
Sometimes.

8. When writing, does your child struggle with traditional Roman numeral outlining structures?
Sometimes.

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