intelligences. The seven intelligences are linguistic, logical-mathematic, musical, spatial, bodily kinesthetic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. Gardner and others have added other intelligences to the theory; those most popularly discussed are naturalist, spiritual, and existential. These intelligences play a role in the lives of teachers and students in the classroom. Linguistic intelligence can be described as being “word smart.” This person is very good with words. Linguistics learn through
Greatest Discoveries With Bill Nye: Evolution Teacher’s Guide Grade Level: 6–8 Curriculum Focus: Life Science Lesson Duration: Three class periods Program Description A Time Before Humans—Examines the cataclysmic events that led to the extinction of the dinosaur. Life As We Know It—Discusses the conditions necessary to create and sustain life. Classifying Ancient Species—Examines the Burgess Shale fossils and the categories used to classify life. Natural Selection— Examines Charles Darwin’s
Musical/Rhythmic Intelligences benefits from singing, humming, chanting and enjoy movement of role playing. Logical/Mathematical Intelligence students enjoy puzzles and manipulative, pattern games. They also find number sequencing, inductive and reasoning lessons. Visual/Spatial Intelligence is a student that is able to make mental images and recognizes visual cues. This student also enjoys creating visual art, painting and rich visual activities. Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence can be described as a student
the potential for creating or finding solutions for problems and acquiring new knowledge. There are nine various types of intelligence proposed by Gardner: linguistic, logical or mathematical, musical rhythmic, bodily or kinesthetic, spatial, naturalist, intrapersonal, interpersonal, and existential (Carr, 2010). Linguistic intelligence refers to the capacity to use language to express oneself, and to understand other people.
intelligences they have. If they found out the kind of intelligence they have, parents, teachers, and themselves will able to help enhance the kind of intelligence they want to excel. Upon assessing their multiple intelligences, one can prepare his lesson suited to the kind of learners being handled. Moreover, as the researchers were sent to trainings, speakers always pointed out that Multiple Intelligences should be applied as one of the learning styles to determine how a student had learned so that
Multiple Intelligences Theory in Senior High School Foreign Language Classroom I. An overview of Multiple Intelligences Theory I. 1 How MIT was introduced to a Chinese teacher Intelligence holds a certain mystique in our society. Most people, it seems, are awed by their perception of it in others, perhaps even becoming defensive at the thought that their own intelligence might not measure up. Marilyn Vos Savant, the individual who has the world's highest recorded score on an IQ test, is often
Lesson 1 How do young learners learn language? Chapter 2 A Brief Historical Understanding of How Children Learn and Develop We do not have room in this course to consider all the studies that have involved children's learning, or their learning of foreign or second languages. However, we will take a brief look at those that have particular relevance and interest to us as TEYL practitioners today. Views of Piaget We will go back in history to look at the work of Jean Piaget, a well-known theorist
from the system of philosophical knowledge in the beginning of the XVII century. English philosopher and naturalist, Francis Bacon and enshrined as a science teacher, works of Czech Jan Amos Comenius. To date, the pedagogy is a multidisciplinary science, functioning and developing in close relationship with other sciences. Categories pedagogy - concepts that form the basis of pedagogical science, and studied as sections of pedagogy.  The main categories of pedagogy Different teachers
to be thrown aside when your board is complete. Unit 1, Chapter 1 CITIZENSHIP IN ACTION Lesson 1: Army JROTC: The Making of a Better Citizen What is the mission of JROTC? To motivate young people to be better citizens What is a cadet? A high school student who is enrolled in JROTC What does the acronym LET stand for? Leadership Education and Training Lesson 2: The Past and Purpose of Army JROTC The ROTC program officially began with the passage of what act
depending on the conceptions held by the groups. For instance, idealist philosophers define teaching as a process of transmitting/imparting knowledge, where as pragmatists consider teaching as a process of facilitating the individual’s learning. To a naturalist teaching is helping the individual develop the potentials he/she posses and become a person who he /she would be. If teaching is defined by different social groups in different ways, what is the common definition that helps us communicate?