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Arkansas Career Orientation Unit 2

STUDY
PLAY
Ability
a skill that has been developed
Aptitude
the ability or potential for learning new skills
Career Portfolio
collection of information about oneself
Identity
the personality or activity by which a person is known
Interest
the thing a person enjoys doing or thinking about
Interest Inventory
an assessment that helps people identify their interest areas
Learning Style
natural method or way one thinks or learns
Lifestyle
typical way of life
Personality
the combination of attitude, values, interests, and behaviors that identify a person
Procrastinator
one who puts off doing things or making decisions
Self-Concept
the way in which a person views their own self-worth
Skill
the ability to perform a certain activity well
Values
personal standards by which one lives
Assessment
A personal evaluation to help you make decisions
Personality Trait
An individual characterstic that helps one determine their personality
Work Values
Standards one believes is important about their work
Personality Type
A group of characteristics that collective form a general group of people with similiar interests, values, and behaviors
Self-Esteem
A belief, understanding, and recognition of one's own abilities
Study Skills
Determining the best way for an individual to study, remember, or learn
Listening Skills
Hearing, learning, and retaining verbal information
Career Interest Area
Jobs with similiar work actvities
Brain Orientation
Way in which one uses or utilitizes the brain best