Thinking about your knowledge and skills is an independent learning strategy. When you think about what you can do and what you know, you become more aware of yourself. This helps you to focus your future learning on the skills that you are unsure of or maybe don’t have yet. It is a time well spent!
How to do the self-assessment quiz
We recommend that you complete the quiz BEFORE you start this course. It will help you set goals and expectations for the weeks ahead, as the quiz contains competencies that are covered by the lessons and activities prepared for you in this course. As you are answering the questions, think of what you already know and what you want to learn and/or practise. When you finish the quiz, mark it complete and move on to Week 1.
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I can introduce myself in an interesting way to draw attention.CorrectIncorrect
I can speak politely and formally, e.g. greet a receptionist.CorrectIncorrect
I can express gratitude using three different expressions.CorrectIncorrect
I can prepare and conduct an informational interview.CorrectIncorrect
I can ask for information on the phone using polite questions.CorrectIncorrect
I can use four strategies to ensure a caller understands me on the phone.CorrectIncorrect
I can rephrase sentences to make them sound friendlier on the phone.CorrectIncorrect
I can leave a detailed message on the phone.CorrectIncorrect
I can give a structured presentation.CorrectIncorrect
I can use signposting language to help my audience follow my presentation.CorrectIncorrect
I can use three note-taking strategies while listening to a presentation or reading a text.CorrectIncorrect
I can write a formal thank-you email to send after an interview.CorrectIncorrect
I can provide an informative subject line for my emails.CorrectIncorrect
I can write a paragraph providing details or examples.CorrectIncorrect
I can use effective search strategies to find information online.CorrectIncorrect
I can give constructive feedback to a fellow learner.CorrectIncorrect
I can understand a formal voicemail.CorrectIncorrect
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