What’s Your Reading Style?
Do you bellow like an old actor or are you as quiet as a mouse? Take the quiz and we’ll tell you!
If you were invited to read a story at your local library, how would you approach it? Would you be very loud at all times or be quieter than a worm’s yawn? Or would your reading style be somewhere in between? If you’ve ever wondered what your reading style is or need some inspiration on how to be a blam storyteller, this is the quiz for you!
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How would others describe your personality?
What kind of library would you prefer to read your story in?
What’s the best time of day to read?
Do you enjoy doing different voices when you read?
Do you tend to wave your arms about during exciting parts of the story?
What’s your favourite kind of story?
Who’s your favourite author?
Do you tend to sit or stand when reading aloud?
What’s the loudest sound you’ve ever made?
What do you do when you’ve finished reading a story?
Your reading style is: VERY LOUD!
You’re an enthusiastic reader and put all your energy into making sure people can hear you clearly, even if they were miles away. If you were to read aloud while standing next to a jet engine, nobody would be able to hear the jet engine. You might want to tone it down if you were reading in a library though, because you might be told to keep it down.
Your reading style is: QUITE LOUD!
While you’re not exactly screaming while you read a story, you’re a bit louder than a small football crowd. Who needs a microphone and a speaker?
Your reading style is: JUST RIGHT!
You read aloud at a suitable level for a library reading – people can hear you and you can emphasise certain parts when you need to. No shouting from you. You’re welcome to our library!
Your reading style is: REALLY QUIET!
You’re very quiet and a passing bat would struggle to hear you. This is fine for the quiet environment of your local library, but don’t be afraid to speak up if you’re allowed to!