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  2. 2. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES THEORY (1983) Howard Gardner (1943 – Up to present)
  3. 3.  . Is there someone in your family who everyone says is brilliant? Who and why? 2. Do you know anyone who shines at languages? How do they do it? 3. Some people say they get flashes of inspiration in strange places (in the shower for example). Did this ever happen to you? Do you ever get flashes of inspiration? Where? 4. Can you remember someone from your schooldays who was very dull? What did they do to make you think that? 5. What do you think of Multiple Intelligence Theory? Do you think it is a good way of measuring intelligence? Do you think intelligence can be measured?
  4. 4. What does “intelligence” mean to you? Intelligence is sometimes measured by a person’s IQ (intelligence quotient) which can be obtained through a series of tests. The higher your IQ, the brighter you are. Tests that measure a person’s IQ often consist of a series of logical problems, like this one: What is the next letter in the sequence? O,T,T,F,F,S,S,E…
  5. 5. Where will your score fall within the followingranges?80-90 (below average)90-110 (average intelligence)111-121 (above average)122-130 (highly intelligent)131-141 (gifted)142+ (genius - top 1%)
  6. 6. People who have visual/spatial intelligence think inpictures and have a developed ability to visualizethings. They are often good at directions, maps andmanipulating images. They can be good designers.҉Good at doing puzzles҉Good at interpreting graphs, pictures,and charts҉Enjoy drawing, painting, and visual arts҉Recognizes patterns easily҉Picture Smart҉Enjoy reading and writing
  7. 7. People who have linguistic intelligence think in wordsrather than pictures.They have good listening skills and often outshineothers in learning a language.They can be dazzling speakers. •WordSmart •Ability to write or read •Ability to rhyme •Good speakers •Enjoys reading and writing •Good at debating •Able to explain things well •Uses humor when telling stories
  8. 8. People with this intelligence are good at logicand maths and use reason.They are often curious about the worldaround them and like to make connectionsbetween things. They like to do experiments.* Number smart* Ability to do math * Excellent problem-solving skills* Enjoy thinking about abstract ideas* Like conducting scientific experiments
  9. 9. This refers to the ability to control bodymovements and handle objects with skill.People with this intelligence often have a goodsense of balance and eye-hand coordination. ҉•Good at dancing ҉Good at playing sports ҉Tends to remember by doing, rather than hearing or seeing
  10. 10. People who have musical intelligence think in sounds, rhythms and patterns. They immediately respond to music either appreciating or criticizing what they hear. They might get flashes of inspiration listening to different kinds of music. Enjoy singing҉ Enjoy playing musical instruments҉ Recognizing musical patterns and tones easily҉ Good at remembering songs and melodies
  11. 11. This refers to the ability to relate to others. Interpersonally bright people sometimes have the ability to detect other people’s feelings and motivations. They are great organizers, but can sometimes manipulate people. They often try to keep the peace and encourage cooperation in groups.҉Good at verbal communication҉Skilled nonverbal communication҉See situations from differentperspectives҉Good at resolving conflicts
  12. 12. People who have this intelligence understand themselves and the reason that they do things. They know their strengths and weaknesses and can act on these.҉Good at analyzing strengths andweaknesses҉Enjoy analyzing theories and ideas҉Excellent self-awareness҉Clearly understand the basis for theirown motivations and feelings
  13. 13. Involves the ability to recognize patterns and relationships in nature. Naturalistic is the most recent addition to Gardner’s theory and has been with more resistance than his original seven intelligences. According to Gardner, individuals who are high in this area are more in tune with nature and are often interested in nurturing, exploring the environment, and learning about other species. These individuals are said to be highly aware of even subtle changes to their environments.҉Interest in subjects such as botany, biology,and zoology҉Good at categorizing information easily҉Likes camping, hiking, gardening, andexploring the outdoors҉Doesn’t enjoy learning unfamiliar topicsthat have no connections with nature
  14. 14. What aremyLearningStrengths?