ENFJ Personality Test Written Typology Extra Credit Activity

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Please use the activity is to consider why you prefer certain individuals, situations and occupations and think about why you are challenged in other relationships or situations. This is not a diagnostic tool. You should rely on your understanding of yourself and your personal, cultural and professional values to contemplate the ideas presented in this activity

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GETTING TO KNOW MYSELF C ARL J UNG ’ S AND I SABEL B RIGGS M YERS ’ T YPOLOGY STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES POINTS: 50 PTS EXTRA CREDIT LENGTH: 1-2 PAGES INSTRUCTIONS 1. PROJECT BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION  Practical Value: A very important step in intrapersonal communication is understanding your personal values and strengths. This activity allows you the necessary time to contemplate and clarify what activities, and types of people you are naturally interested in and how to adapt to people and situations that are more challenging. This activity provides you with an opportunity to consider your goals in the context of your personality and how you will work to overcome challenges as you encounter them personally, academically, and professionally.  Practical Skills: You will improve your reading, comprehension, critical thinking, analytical, writing, time management, compliance, decision making, intrapersonal communication, and reflective skills. 2. PROJECT SCOPE  Purpose: Please use the activity is to consider why you prefer certain individuals, situations and occupations and think about why you are challenged in other relationships or situations. This is not a diagnostic tool. You should rely on your understanding of yourself and your personal, cultural and professional values to contemplate the ideas presented in this activity. Students can earn a maximum of 50 extra credit points on a single activity. If you miss the extra credit activity there is NO implied privilege for additional opportunities. This semester please complete Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typology. This activity provides you with extra credit, but beyond extra credit it allows you to understand your personality. You may also choose to share this information with your peers. EXTRA CREDITEXTRA CREDIT © SPENCE 1 3. REQUIREMENTS  Cover Page: Be creative.  Format: Typed and double-spaced. Handwritten journals will not be accepted.  Margins: One inch margins.  Font: Times New Roman.  Font Size: 12 pt.  Length: Minimum 1 pages. Maximum 3 pages.  Submission: Please submit your journal on eCampus by 7AM on the due date. 4. DELIVERABLES  After you have completed the questions you will get 4-letter follow the steps below: o 1st: Obtain your 4-letter type (INFP, ENTJ, ENFJ etc.) Include on your cover page along with your name. o 2nd: Write 1-2 full pages and include 3 strengths and 3 weaknesses of your personality type (full sentences). o 3rd: Discuss 3 careers that are interesting to you (full sentences). o 4th: Discuss (full sentences) how your personality type may help or present personal and professional challenges. How can you overcome these challenges? o 5th: Upload your findings as a MS Word document or PDF file. Please submit on or before the due date:  Please save your file as follows: Your Name.Extra Credit1.Typology.ISFP (please type your 4-letter type here).  This is the link for your convenience: Please click here  Please use this link to find your personality type and find your strengths and weaknesses on the second tab. 5. TIME MANAGEMENT  Late Work: Late journals will not be accepted  Correct format: Handwritten journals and printed journals will not be accepted.  Submission: Please submit your paper before 7AM on the due date. EXTRA CREDITEXTRA CREDIT © SPENCE 2 6. RUBRIC  Outstanding — 90-100: Awarded to the student who has applied several concepts from the text and lecture and has incorporated relevant personal experiences. It is apparent that this student clearly understands the material and the instructions for the assignment. This person has few spelling & grammatical errors. The journal consistently conforms to font size and style requirements including margins and page length.  Good — 80-89: Awarded to the student who has applied some concepts from the text and lecture and has incorporated personal experiences. It is apparent that this student understands the material and the instructions for the assignment. This person has some spelling & grammatical errors. The journal conforms to font size and style requirements including margins and page length.  Fair — 70-79: Awarded to the student who has mentioned at least one concept from the text and has incorporated a personal experience. This person did not demonstrate a clear understanding of the assignment. There are numerous spelling & grammatical errors. The journal conforms to font size and style requirements including margins and page length.  Poor — 60-69: Awarded to the student who fails to apply concepts from the text or lecture. This person did not demonstrate a clear understanding of the assignment. There are numerous spelling & grammatical errors. The journal does not consistently conform to font size and style requirements including margins and page length.  Insufficient — 0-59: Awarded to the student who fails to apply concepts from the text or lecture. This student has late work, incomplete work, or fails to submit work. Submitted materials are not related to the assignment. - The journal does not conform to font size and style requirements including margins and page length. (i.e. - Turned in ½ page or less instead of 1-2 pages.) EXTRA CREDITEXTRA CREDIT © SPENCE 3 ...
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Written Typology: Extra Credit Activity (ENFJ)
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Paragraph 1: My personality type based on the Personality Test is ENFJ which stands
for Extravert, iNtuitive, Feeling and Judging.

II.

Paragraph 2: Strengths associated with ENFJ
a. Tolerance
b. Charismatic
c. Reliability

III.

Paragraph 3: Weaknesses associated with ENFJ
a. Being too selfless
b. Struggling to make tough decisions
c. Fluctuating self-esteem

IV.

Paragraph 4: careers that are interesting based on ENFJ personality type
a. Teaching
b. Counseling
c. Healthcare careers.


Running head: WRITTEN TYPOLOGY: EXTRA CREDIT ACTIVITY (ENFJ)

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