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Berrak Yayla

on 28 March 2017

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What is intelligence?
Researches of Howard Gardner
Gardner identified seven different kinds of intelligences in his book 'Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences'.
According to Gardner, an intelligence must fulfill eight criterias;
1.Potential for brain isolation
2.Place in evolutionary history
3.Presence of core operations
4.Suspectibility to encoding
5.A developmental progression
6.The existance of savants and exceptional people
7.Support from experimental psychology
8. Psychometric findings
Intelligence is defined as general cognitive problem solving skills.
This definition changed over the past years.
Do you think that being aware of different kinds of intelligences can be beneficial for us in the future?
He claimed that we can learn the world through
-Mathematical Analysis
-Spatial Representations
-Musical Thinking
-The Use of the Body
-An Understanding of Other Individuals
-An Understanding of Ourselves
1.Physical Intelligence
What is it?
Ability to control one's body movements with expertise and the capacity to handle objects skillfully
2.Linguistic Intelligence
What is it?
The knowledge of the many different uses for language. In short, the capacity to use language to express what's on your mind and to understand other people.
3.Mathematical Intelligence
What is it?
The ability to perform and solve complex mathematical problems, engage in logical arguments/conversations.
4.Visual Intelligence
What is it?
The ability to visualize and manipulate objects mentally
5.Musical Intelligence
What is it?
The ability to learn by sounds, perform and compose
6.Inter-Personal Intelligence
What is it?
The ability to work cooperatively in a group as well as the ability to communicate effectively
7.Intra-Personal Intelligence
What is it?
Intrapersonal intelligence is self-knowledge and the ability to act adaptively on the basis of that knowledge.
8.Existential Intelligence
What is it?
The ability to pose and ponder difficult questions about life,death and other aspects of the world.
9.Naturalistic Intelligence
What is it?
They have a strong connection to the outside world and they enjoy outdoor activities.
Do you think that we can use these 9 kinds of intelligences in second language teaching? How?
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