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Multiple Intelligences Theory
By Howard Gardner
What was believed to be
intelligence?
Gardner’s definition of Intelligence
• Gardner defines intelligence as the
biopsychological potential to process
informati...
The Intelligences

Verbal/Linguistic
Intelligence

Musical Intelligence
Interpersonal Intelligence

Logical-Mathematical
I...
Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
Spatial/Visual Intelligence
Bodily-Kinaesthetic Intelligence
Musical Intelligence
Interpersonal Intelligence
Intrapersonal Intelligence
Naturalistic Intelligence
Theory of language and
language learning
Language is:

not seen as a peripheral skill but as
central to the whole life of...
MI proponents believe there is more to language than
what is usually subsumed under the rubric "linguistics".
●

Other int...
Syllabus ?
Stages
• 1) Awaken the Intelligence
By many extrasensory experiencies

• 2) Amplify the Intelligence
Improvement of the in...
Teacher’s Role
• Teachers are encouraged
to administer an MI
inventory on themselves.

• They have a role that is not
only...
Student’s Role
• Learners are expected to take
an MI inventory and to develop
their own
• Students need to see
themselves ...
Activities
Linguistic

Crosswords, newspapers, Internet, biographies,
autobiographies, books.

Visual

Artwork, photograph...
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    1. 1. Multiple Intelligences Theory By Howard Gardner
    2. 2. What was believed to be intelligence?
    3. 3. Gardner’s definition of Intelligence • Gardner defines intelligence as the biopsychological potential to process information that can be activated in a cultural setting to solve problems or create products that are of value in a culture.
    4. 4. The Intelligences Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence Musical Intelligence Interpersonal Intelligence Logical-Mathematical Intelligence Intrapersonal Intelligence Spatial/Visual Intelligence Naturalist Intelligence Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
    5. 5. Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence
    6. 6. Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
    7. 7. Spatial/Visual Intelligence
    8. 8. Bodily-Kinaesthetic Intelligence
    9. 9. Musical Intelligence
    10. 10. Interpersonal Intelligence
    11. 11. Intrapersonal Intelligence
    12. 12. Naturalistic Intelligence
    13. 13. Theory of language and language learning Language is:  not seen as a peripheral skill but as central to the whole life of the learner and user.  integrated with music, bodily activity, interpersonal relationship, etc.  not limited to a “linguistics” perspective, but rather, it encompasses all aspects of communication.
    14. 14. MI proponents believe there is more to language than what is usually subsumed under the rubric "linguistics". ● Other intelligences enrich the tapestry of communication we call "language". ● The senses provide the accompaniment and context for the linguistic message that give it meaning and purpose. ● A multisensory view of language is necessary to construct an adequate theory of language as well as an effective design for language teaching. ●
    15. 15. Syllabus ?
    16. 16. Stages • 1) Awaken the Intelligence By many extrasensory experiencies • 2) Amplify the Intelligence Improvement of the intelligence volunteering objects and events • 3)Teach with/for the Intelligence The intelligence is linked to some aspect of language learning • 4)Transfer of the Intelligence
    17. 17. Teacher’s Role • Teachers are encouraged to administer an MI inventory on themselves. • They have a role that is not only to improve the second language.
    18. 18. Student’s Role • Learners are expected to take an MI inventory and to develop their own • Students need to see themselves engaged in a process of personality development beyond of being successful language learners.
    19. 19. Activities Linguistic Crosswords, newspapers, Internet, biographies, autobiographies, books. Visual Artwork, photographs, posters, charts, illustrations, cartoons, props for plays, videos, murals, sculptures. Body/Kinestheti Games, experiments, pantomiming, presentations, dances, aerobics. c Interpersonal Movies, team computer games, wrap arounds, conversations, conferences. Mathematical Puzzles, timelines, analogies, patterns, formulas, abstract symbols, diagrams, mind maps, computer games. Musical Background music, raps, jingles, tone patterns, trios/quartet, choirs, cheers. Intrapersonal Journals, readings, self evaluation.
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