Key Stage 1- Interest Centres            providing opporunit t expl e                           t ies o   or              ...
Purpose   D r. Howard Gard ner’s theory of M ultiple Intel ligences believes    that it is im portant to encourage child ...
Verbal/ linguistic Intelligence   Involves read ing, writing,    speaking and conversing in    one’s own or foreign    la...
Logical and Mathematical Intelligence•   Involves num ber and    com puting skill                   s•   Recognizing patte...
Visual / Spatial Intelligence•   Involves visual perception of    the environm ent.•   The ability to create and    m anip...
Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence•   Involves physical    coord ination and d exterity•   Using fine and gross m otor    ski...
Musical intelligence   Involves und erstand ing and    expressing onesel through                       f    m usic and rh...
Naturalist Intelligence   Involves und erstand ing the    natural worl of plants and                 d    anim als   Not...
Process :   The teachers with the incl   ination toward s an inteligence select to be in that                            ...
For the Teacher :   Stud ent inclination toward s an intelligence is visible and    built on   Plan for the d ifferent l...
For the Student :   O pportunities to explore the d ifferent intelligences   D evel an inclination toward s one or m ore...
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Interest center final

  1. 1. Key Stage 1- Interest Centres providing opporunit t expl e t ies o or mulipl int l t e eligences  Linguistic  Logical  Spatial  Musical  Naturalist  Bodily Kinesthetic  Inter Personal  Intra Personal
  2. 2. Purpose D r. Howard Gard ner’s theory of M ultiple Intel ligences believes that it is im portant to encourage child ren to explore and exercise all of their intelligences. Provid ing a learning environm ent for the stud ent to explore and exercise all the intell igences helps the teacher id entify strengths and proclivities of the stud ents for a certain intel ligence
  3. 3. Verbal/ linguistic Intelligence Involves read ing, writing, speaking and conversing in one’s own or foreign languages. Exercise through read ing interesting books, pl aying word board gam es Listening to record ings Participating in conversation and d iscussions
  4. 4. Logical and Mathematical Intelligence• Involves num ber and com puting skill s• Recognizing patterns and relationships• Problem sol ving using logic• C lassifying and sequencing• Playing num ber and logic gam es• Solving puzzles
  5. 5. Visual / Spatial Intelligence• Involves visual perception of the environm ent.• The ability to create and m anipulate m ental im ages.• O rientation of the bod y in space.• Sharpening observation skill s• Solving m azes
  6. 6. Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence• Involves physical coord ination and d exterity• Using fine and gross m otor skills• Expressing onesel through f physical activities• D ancing• Playing various active sports and gam es• Participating in fantasy or m ake- bel ieve play
  7. 7. Musical intelligence Involves und erstand ing and expressing onesel through f m usic and rhythm ic m ovem ents C om posing, playing or cond ucting m usic Listening to a variety of record ings Engaging in rhythm ic gam es and activities Singing, d ancing and /or playing various m usical instrum ents
  8. 8. Naturalist Intelligence Involves und erstand ing the natural worl of plants and d anim als Noticing the characteristics C ategorizing them Involves keen observation Exercised by expl oring nature, m aking col lections of obj ects, stud ying them and grouping them
  9. 9. Process : The teachers with the incl ination toward s an inteligence select to be in that l particul interest center – C hoice and voice for teachers too!! ar The centers work once a week for 2 hour period . The stud ents are engaged in activity of each center for a m onth The centers have vertical grouping system – opportunity for interpersonal and intrapersonal intel ligence The teacher observes and record s stud ent interest in al the sessions and at l the end of 4 sessions provid es with the inferences and strategies to enable each stud ent in their interest area The l m onth is based on the stud ent choice and incl ast ination – choice and voice The strategies are appl by the grad e teacher to enhance and enabl the ied e stud ents in various inteligences l
  10. 10. For the Teacher : Stud ent inclination toward s an intelligence is visible and built on Plan for the d ifferent languages of learning within the classroom by the grad e teacher based on the strategies provid ed by the interest center teacher Plan in the interest center for opportunities to provid e expert intervention and build background knowled ge through visits
  11. 11. For the Student : O pportunities to explore the d ifferent intelligences D evel an inclination toward s one or m ore op intelligences Becom e aware of the d ifferent languages to showcase their und erstand ing. Apply the und erstand ing of the d ifferent languages of learning in their presentations
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