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Chapter 5 Bloom&Gardener Final

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Chapter 5 Bloom&Gardener Final

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  2. 2. «Making Multiple Intelligences Work» Chapter 5 1
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  4. 4. Gardner in Bloom This chapter seeks to incorporate Bloom’s Taxonomy into Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory. 2
  5. 5. «Show me the Research» Eight intelligences: Verbal Linguistic Logical-mathematical Spatial Bodily-kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist 3
  6. 6. Linda Campbell’s five approaches to changing curriculum: Lesson design Interdisciplinary Units Student Projects Assessments Apprenticeships David Lazear’s 2004 publication «Outsmart Yourself»: intelligences (smarts) need to be nurtured in all of us. 4
  7. 7. Tables: Planning with Gardner and Bloom Self-assessment rubric 5
  8. 8. “If you keep your eye on the big ideas and focus primarily on higher order thinking, there is no reason to eliminate fun from your classroom because of new assessments”(103). So instead of using multiple intelligences activities as simply fun activities to interest students, they must also include higher order and critical thinking. 6
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  10. 10. So... what DO you get when you «mash» both these titans together in one package? 7
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  12. 12. Meet little Blardner 8
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  14. 14. The Vimy Ridge Battle 9
  15. 15. The Vimy Ridge Battle 10
  16. 16. The Vimy Ridge Battle The assault on Vimy Ridge took place at 5:30 a.m. on Easter Monday, April 9, 1917. The battle took place in the Nord-Pas-de- Calais region of France during the first World War and for the first time had all four divisions of the Canadian Corps against three divisions of the German sixth army. 10
  17. 17. The Vimy Ridge Battle 11
  18. 18. The Vimy Ridge Battle Vimy Ridge was important in capturing the higher ground from the German army that they had priorly obtained from the British. By capturing the ridge Canadian troops proved they were one of the greater formations on the western front and established in offensive warfare. 11
  19. 19. The Vimy Ridge Battle 12
  20. 20. The Vimy Ridge Battle Though the victory was executed quickly, there were still 3,598 dead and a total of 10,602 Canadian casualties. The victory is strongly attributed to cautiously arranged and executed assault, as well as extensive training. 12
  21. 21. The Vimy Ridge Battle 13
  22. 22. The Vimy Ridge Battle The battle is know today as a turning point in the war and a nationalistic symbol for Canada, representing unity and sacrifice. The winning of the battle of Vimy led other countries to view Canada's troops in high esteem in warfare and their contribution to the World War. It also gave Canada status as not merely a British colony. 13
  23. 23. Focus Questions 14
  24. 24. Focus Questions As a young nation, how did this one event affect the development of our country? 14
  25. 25. Focus Questions As a young nation, how did this one event affect the development of our country? What contribution did the battle at Vimy Ridge make to the war in Europe? 14
  26. 26. Focus Questions As a young nation, how did this one event affect the development of our country? What contribution did the battle at Vimy Ridge make to the war in Europe? What impact did this battle have on people at home in Canada? 14
  27. 27. Focus Questions As a young nation, how did this one event affect the development of our country? What contribution did the battle at Vimy Ridge make to the war in Europe? What impact did this battle have on people at home in Canada? 14
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