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  • Multiple Intelligence Theory
    By Evelyn Cerda
    Speech 104
    • The theory of multiple intelligence was developed by
    Dr. Howard Gardner.
    • According to his theory there are seven kinds of
    intelligences :
    Linguistic intelligence
    Logical intelligence
    Spatial intelligence
    Musical intelligence
    Bodily kinesthetic intelligence
    Intrapersonal intelligence
    Interpersonal intelligence
    • Everyone has these seven intelligences but in
    different amounts.
    • Education can improve if the multiple intelligences of students are addressed.
    • The seven intelligences can either work together or separately.
  • Linguistic Intelligence
    (Word smart)
    • Is the ability to use a language correctly and having
    high written and oral communication skills.
    People with this as their primary intelligence include :
    Politicians, writers, poets.
  • Logical-mathematical Intelligence
    (Number/reasoning smart)
    • Handling logical thinking.
    • Being able to calculate and reason.
    • Mathematicians, scientists and engineers are among the people with number smarts.
  • Spatial Intelligence
    (Picture Smart)
    • People can think or/and learn in
    pictures.
    • They are aware of their
    surroundings and have a good
    sense of direction.
    For example navigators, artists,
    architects.
  • Musical Intelligence
    (Music Smart)
    • Appreciating music.
    • Having a good ear.
    • Being able to compose, sing and or play an instrument.
    • People with music smarts : performers, composers and
    conductors.
  • Bodily Kinesthetic
    (Body smart)
    • People learn best through movement “hands on”
    • They like to be active.
    • For example athletes, dancers, craftsmen.
    Victoria Vengeance
    Rafael Furcal
  • Intrapersonal intelligence
    (Self Smart)
    • Is knowing who you are.
    • Predicting and knowing your feelings.
    • Knowing what you are good at and you are not good at.
    • Some self smart people are Philosophers and
    psychologists.
    Plato
    Aristotle
  • Interpersonal intelligence
    (People smart)
    • Learns best with interaction.
    • Is a people person and enjoys social events.
    • This category includes : politicians, leaders and
    teachers.
    Emiliano Zapata
    Ghandi
  • In Conclusion Multiple intelligences may define the human species.