MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES. PFC. I. SEMESTRE… María Fernanda Saraza. Juliana Henao Marín. Gloriseth calderón. Laura Cardona. Valentina Rodríguez Rendón. Elsa Victoria Duque Marín. Esthefanny Orozco Marín.
**Múltiple intelligences** INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. Interpersonal intelligence is the knowledge of the internal aspects of a person with feelings, emotions.It is an invention that all individuals construct for themselves. Allows us to understand our needs and better understand characteristics and work with yourself. Capacities must be involved, to set goals, assess skills and personal disadvantages, and control one's own thinking.
Linguistic intelligence is recognized as a long study of human fitness. Evolutionary psychology has demonstrated how human beings acquire skills to communicate effectively in a fast. Given this, linguistic intelligence is developed with ease in people with normal cognitive abilities basically. Also, the information processing mechanisms associated with this intelligence easily affected when the brain is damaged.Communication with others is important, and this intelligence is required if you want a good performance in the social field. Disciplines such as Speech, Rhetoric and Literature help develop, refine and enrich it. LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE. Linguistic intelligence is the ability to use words effectively to write or speak. Describe the sensory ability in spoken and written language, the ability to learn languages, to communicate ideas and achieve goals using language skills.This intelligence includes the ability to use language effectively to express perhaps rhetorically or poetically. This intelligence is normal for writers, poets, lawyers, and other charismatic leaders of other professions that use of communication skills
LOGICAL-MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE. Logical-mathematical intelligence is the ability to use numbers effectively and to reason properly. Includes sensitivity to logical patterns and relationships, statements and propositions, functions and other related abstractions. High level of this intelligence is in scientists, mathematicians, accountants, engineers and systems analysts, among others. Students who have developed easily analyze arguments and problems. Approach to numerical calculations, statistics and budgets with enthusiasm. People with a well developed mathematical logical intelligence are able to use abstract thinking using logic and numbers to establish relationships between different data. Stand, therefore, the resolution of problems, the ability to perform complex mathematical calculations and logical reasoning.
Logical-mathematical intelligence using logical thinking to understand cause and effect connections, relationships between actions and objects and ideas. Contains the ability to solve complex operations, both logical and mathematical. It also includes deductive and inductive reasoning and solving critical problems. Skill in problem solving and logical reasoning curiosity for research, analysis and statisticsability to eat such mathematical operations of addition, subtraction and multiplication.
Musical intelligence. Are the ability to perceive, discriminate, transform and express musical forms. It includes the sensitivity to the rhythm, the tone and timbre. It is present in composers, orchestra conductors, critics, musicians and sensitive listeners among others. Children which demonstrate are attracted by the sounds of nature and all kinds of melodies. They enjoy following the beat with the foot, striking or shaking some object rhythmically.
What is interpersonal intelligence? Interpersonal intelligence allows us to understand others. Interpersonal intelligence is much more important in our daily lives that academic brilliance, because that is what determines the choice of the couple, friends and, to a large extent, our success at work oe the study.Interpersonal intelligence is based on the development of two major types of skills, empathy and the ability to handle interpersonal relationships.
Empathy. First, try to understand each other, and then try to make you understand you. Stephen Covey.
The ability to handle interpersonal relationships. EVERYTHING STARTS WITH YOU AND ME DAVID BOHM. The ability to communicate is what allows us to organize groups, negotiate and make personal connections.The ability to set goals is one of the requirements of intrapersonal intelligence, sensory acuity involves attention to the non - verbal communication.
Intelligence Visual/Spatial People with Visual intelligence are artistic. They are very aware of their surroundings and are good at remembering images. They have a great sense of direction. They like to draw, paint and read maps. They learn best through drawings and visual aids.
* Good at solving visual puzzles * Enjoyed geometry in school * Good at drawing * Can visualize pictures in head * Notices colors and shapes * Enjoys photography * Good with directions * Can remember places vividly * Good at artistic composition * Likes books with pictures
INTELIGENCE NATURALIST It is described as the power to perceive the relationships between various species or groups of objects and people, and recognize and establish whether there are distinctions and similarities between them.Naturalists are often working to observe, identify and classify members of a group or species, and even to discover new species. Its field of view is more akin natural world, where they can recognize flora and fauna, and productively use their hunting skills, life science and nature conservation.But it can also be applied in any field of science and culture, because the characteristics of this type of intelligence are restricted to the expected qualities in people who are dedicated to research and follow the proper steps of scientific method.
KINETIC INTELLIGENCE BODY. The developments of specialized body movements are of obvious importance for the species, and humans this adaptation extends to the use of tools. The movement of the body follows a clearly defined development in children and no doubt of its cultural universality. The consideration of kinetic knowledge body as "suitable for solving problems" may be less intuitive, but nevertheless use the body to express emotion (dance) or compete (sports), or to create (art) is evidence the cognitive dimension of body use.