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Application of multiple intelligences in an EFL classroom

Tsan-Yu (Cherrie Yang) Yang

Application of multiple intelligences in an EFL classroom

a study in action research.

by Tsan-Yu (Cherrie Yang) Yang

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.A. (TESOL)) - University of Ulster, 2004.

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The purpose of this essay is to discuss Multiple Intelligences described and defined by Howard Gardner and other authors who followed and revised the theory in terms of language teaching. In the student-centered approach, individual students' needs, interests, and strengths make sense and every student has a different intellectual profile.   Application of the Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory In the classroom. By means of examples, we will briefly explain how you can apply the Multiple Intelligences theory as a teacher. For each type of intelligence, you can .

  Multiple intelligences provided a new approach to fully conceive teaching and learning. the primary objective here is sharing some of its pedagogical implications and classroom applications. Gardner states that all the eight intelligences are needed to productively function in society. This paper will demonstrate how to enhance second language (L2) learners' linguistic and cultural competencies through the use of the Multiple Intelligences Film Teaching (MIFT) model. The paper will introduce two ideas to teachers of English as a Second/Foreign Language (ESL/EFL). First, the paper shows how L2 learners learn linguistic and.

Application of MI Theory with Adult ESL Learners which teachers can use as a guide for developing classroom activities that address multiple ways of learning and knowing (Christison, b). A guidebook for applying multiple intelligences theory in the ESL/EFL classroom. Burlingame, CA: Alta Book Center. Results of the study showed that in EFL class, it is possible to motivate learners by making use of the nine different types of intelligence described by Gardner (, ) as well as by activating multiple ways of meaning-making through the use of tasks relating to the different intelligences.


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Application of multiple intelligences in an EFL classroom by Tsan-Yu (Cherrie Yang) Yang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Educational Benefits of Applying Multiple Intelligences Theory. What makes the Multiple Intelligences Theory strong and useful in a classroom is the fact that it can be used for any subject and at any level. Each student comes to a classroom as an individual who has developed a different type of intelligence.

Multiple Intelligences: Theory and Practice in Adult Application of multiple intelligences in an EFL classroom book. ERIC Digest. by Christison, Mary Ann - Kennedy, Deborah. The theory of multiple intelligences (MI) broadens the traditional view of intelligence as solely composed of verbal/linguistic and logical/mathematical abilities.

exact number of intelligences, but the plurality of the intellect (Christison, ). Applications in Undergraduate EFL Classroom Gardner believes that all humans have multiple intelligences, but people differ in the strengths and combinations of intelligences, which can be enhanced through training and practice.

The theory of multiple intelligences was developed in by Dr. Howard Gardner, professor of education at Harvard University. Here is a discussion of the eight different intelligences Dr.

Gardner proposes and their relationship to the ESL / EFL explanation is followed by lesson plans or exercises which can be used in class. Howard Gardner of Harvard University in his book, Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, suggests that there are at least seven human intelligences, two of which, verbal/linguistic intelligence and logical/mathematical intelligence, have dominated the traditional pedagogy of western societies.

The theory of Multiple Intelligences offers eight ways of teaching and learning styles. In this regard, armed with the knowledge and application of the multiple intelligences, teachers can ensure they provide enough variety in the activities they use so that as much of their pupils’ learning potential can be tapped as possible (Berman, ).

For more information on Multiple Intelligences and everything you need to apply MI theory to curriculum development, lesson planning, assessment, special education, cognitive skills, and more, make sure to check out Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom.

Multiple intelligences theory is not just an alternative way of thinking about students’ cognitive abilities independent of classroom application. It is “a mentality with which to approach learning and teaching” (Christodoulou,A New Lens section, para.

Gardner’s theory provides a chance for teachers to help all. versity School of Medicine. He is the author of Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (Basic Books, /), Multiple Intelligence: The Theory in Practice (Basic Books, ), Intelli-gence Reframed: Multiple Intelligences for the 21st Century (Basic Books, ), and Multiple Intelli-gences: New Horizons (Basic Books, ).

not a primary focus of the application of intelligences in the classroom for the purpose of this study. The need for addressing the ways people learn can be supported with both science and psychology.

Brualdi () argued that there is both biological and cultural basis for the multiple intelligences. in the ESL/EFL CLassroom." Using My interest in the theory of multiple intelligences (MI) and its application to the second and foreign language classroom began in.

Multiple Intelligences in EFL gives a brief overview of the latest research in the field, providing fun lessons to enrich your teaching and systematically activate multiple intelligences in the classroom.

General Book: Paperback. ISBN:   It was Howard Gardner () who proposed a new understanding of the construct of multiple intelligences (MI) in his book, Frames of Mind. Gardner proposed that each person has different capabilities and tendencies in different areas and that each individual has several types of intelligences that are intermingled in different ways (Gardner.

Integrating Multiple Intelligences in the EFL Syllabus: Content Analysis Salameh S. Mahmoud Language Support Unit, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA Mamoon M. Alaraj Language Support Unit, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA Abstract—This study aims at analyzing an EFL course book in terms of the availability of multiple.

An ASCD Study Guide for Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th Edition. This ASCD Study Guide is designed to enhance your understanding and application of Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, 4th Edition, an ASCD book written by Thomas Armstrong and published in November - A selection of classroom exercises (6) - MI profiles (15) - Effects on learning (16) - Choosing appropriate classroom activities (17) - The MI Theory and EFL (17) - Outline of the present eBook (18) 2.

Starting with Multiple Intelligences 19 - Read a book on multiple intelligences (19) - Identify your MI profile (19) - Identify your students. The theory of multiple intelligences is a theory of intelligence that differentiates it into specific knowledge for application in the classroom.

Howard Gardner’s (,a, b, Illustrating poems for the class poetry book by drawing or using computer software. (Bratcher,pp. This study aims at analyzing an EFL course book in terms of the availability of multiple intelligences (MIs)-based activities and their distribution among the four English language skills.

A source book for teachers of English as a foreign language. It contains information, puzzles, questionnaires and games to make learning successful and fun.

Multiple Intelligences in the EFL Classroom: A Perspective in Context. Irena Vodopija Krstanoviæ. “Multiple Intelligences: Multiple Ways to Help Students Learn Foreign Languages,” Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Newsletter ().

Haley, M.H. “ Learner-Centered Instruction and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences with Second Language Learners,” Teachers College Record (January ). The Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Its Application in EFL Classrooms Nobuo TSUDA Abstract Howard Gardner claims that every human possesses eight intelligences whereas the IQ test mainly focuses on two: linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligences.

Because of this, in many classrooms. Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory is based on the belief that “traditional psychometric views of intelligence are too limited.” He first outlined the theory of multiple intelligences in when he published Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences.

In his book, he discusses eight different intelligences as well as a.EFL Teachers’ Multiple Intelligences and Their Classroom Practice Zahra Dolati1 and Abdorreza Tahriri1 Abstract This study sought to investigate whether there are differences among EFL instructors of various intelligence types in terms of the types of activities that they implement in their classes.