I used this lesson with my advanced middle school students and they thought it was really interesting. I found the 20 question MBTI test from here: http://www.russellrowe.com/Myers-Briggs%20Typology%20System.htm

The vocabulary on the test is fairly difficult. I recommend reading the test out loud and rephrasing the words. Then students will write down an X under column A or column B on their answer sheet. When they are finished they will count the number of X's for each column to find their MBTI type.

For the powerpoint, I tried to use famous people that my students would recognize. Some websites attribute different MBTI types to each person, like Mother Theresa is an ISFJ or INFJ. Not sure how accurate those are but it's just something for the students to think about.

I got the percentages for each MBTI type in Korea from this blog: http://blog.naver.com/judycanedy?Redirect=Log&logNo=110091322706

There are some traits to describe each type in the powerpoint, like loyal, friendly etc. Then you can give them a list of ideal careers for their personality type.

Students can fill out the form with their information during the class.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions to improve this lesson or make it easier! Hope you all find this interesting!

The vocabulary on the test is fairly difficult. I recommend reading the test out loud and rephrasing the words. Then students will write down an X under column A or column B on their answer sheet. When they are finished they will count the number of X's for each column to find their MBTI type.

For the powerpoint, I tried to use famous people that my students would recognize. Some websites attribute different MBTI types to each person, like Mother Theresa is an ISFJ or INFJ. Not sure how accurate those are but it's just something for the students to think about.

I got the percentages for each MBTI type in Korea from this blog: http://blog.naver.com/judycanedy?Redirect=Log&logNo=110091322706

There are some traits to describe each type in the powerpoint, like loyal, friendly etc. Then you can give them a list of ideal careers for their personality type.

Students can fill out the form with their information during the class.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions to improve this lesson or make it easier! Hope you all find this interesting!