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Transcript of Multiple Intelligences
How can I evoke personal feelings or memories or give choices?
How can I use music, sounds or set information in a rhythmic or melodic way?
How can I use visual aids, visualization and colour?
How can I involve body movement or hands-on experiences?
How can I engage students in pairs or small groups?
How can I bring in calculations, logic or thinking skills?
How can I use the spoken or written word?
How can I meaningfully highlight details and connect them with previous content?
Musical Intelligence/ Musical Smart
Verbal- Linguistic Intelligence/ Word Smart
Interpersonal Intelligence/ People Smart
Spatial/ Visual Intelligence- Picture Smart
Bodily/ Kinesthetic Intelligence- Body Smart
Intrapersonal Intelligence- My self Smart
Logical - Mathematical Intelligence / Number Smart
Naturalist Intelligence/ Nature Smart
Distribute cards with sentences about a daily routine. Ask Students to order it.
Ask students to write captions below the photos
Ask your students to write their routine and next to each activity draw a face expressing their feelings.
Tape different sounds and ask students to pick up the card that corresponds to the sound, using the same cards as in the first activity.
Make a class photo album
Show Students photos (or drawings)
of people doing their everyday activities and ask then to tell you sentences like:
I think it smells...
She/ he works at....
Play with puppets
Act out different routines
Students carry out a survey asking their classmates about their daily routine.
Ask students to write an e-mail about their daily routines to another classmate.
In pairs, students choose a famous person and describe her/his daily routine.
Students play "memory game"
Students solve a logic game
Multiple Intelligences Lesson Planning
Facultad de Ciencias Humanas- UNLPam
Practica Educativa 11
Dr. Howard Earl Gardner ( July 11, 1943)
American developmental psychologist. Harvard University.
He is best known for his theory of multiple
"Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences" (1983)
Bibliography: "Techniques and Principles of Language Teaching" Diane Larsen-Freeman (169-172)
"English Teaching Professional- Issue Twenty July 2001"
"Sample Lessons- EFL & Multiple Intelligences" Cecilia Ramirez de Ricci
BGfL- Multiple Intelligences website:
YouTube: Multiple Intelligences : youtube.com/watch?v=cf6lqfNTmaM
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