Presentation on theme: "Multiple Intelligences. It’s not how smart we are; It’s how we are smart."— Presentation transcript:
It’s not how smart we are; It’s how we are smart.
§1.Name 3 things you like to do in nature §2.What is the name of your favourite song §3. Think of a body movement or a physical exercise you are able to do §4.When alone you like to… §5.Name of a book that you recently read §6.3 words that express your feeling about math §7. Do a drawing of your bedroom right now §8.Describe someone you really admire
WRITE ALL THE TYPES OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE. WHICH TYPES DO YOU HAVE MORE PROMINENT?
Multiple Intelligences §E§Everyone has all of them. §T§There are many ways to be “smart” in any one intelligence. §T§They are not often isolated and usually work together. §W§With work, most people can become reasonably competent in all intellgences.
Visual/Spatial §Thinks in 3-D §Pictures in mind §Great imagination §Hand-eye relationship §Design/color
WRITE TWO ACTIVITIES TO NURTURE EACH TYPE OF INTELLIGENCE. WRITE TWO CHARECTERISTICS OF EACH TYPE OF INTELLIGENCE
One more time.. §Verbal/linguistic--the ability to use both oral and written language fluently to communicate effectively §Logical/mathematical--the ability to use abstract thought, precision, deductive/inductive reasoning, counting, organization, and logical structure to solve abstract problems and complex relationships found in mathematics and in the scientific process
§Musical--sensitivity to pitch, rhythm, timbre, tone, color, and emotional power of music and the sounds in one's environment to perceive, discriminate, and express all aspects of music and environmental sounds §Visual/spatial--the capacity to perceive the world in mental images, that is, to see form, color, shape, and texture in the mind's eye
§Bodily/kinesthetic--reliance on the whole body to express ideas and feelings and the hands to produce or transform things; components are balance, dexterity, strength, flexibility, and speed §Interpersonal--sensitivity to and understanding of other people's moods, feelings, and points of view; ability to maintain good relationships with family, friends and people in general; ability to take leadership among other people by solving problems, influencing decisions and relationships
§Intrapersonal--the ability to know oneself and to act adaptively to accurately assess personal strengths/weaknesses, perceive inner moods, motivations, temperaments, and desires §Naturalist--the ability to recognize and classify plants, animals, and nature by their differences, patterns, and configurations