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  1. Howard Gardner Yasmin Rivera Nieves Educ 413 Evelyn Lugo Morales

  2. MultipleIntelligences

  3. Whattheoryiscreatedby Howard Gardner? • Howard createdthe 8 multipleintelligences, this are: naturesmart, peoplesmart, numbersmart, picturesmart, selfsmart, bodysmart, musicsmart and wordsmart. • Thequestionis, whyHoward putthewordsmart? Didyounow?

  4. Notes of Gardner • Howard Gardner • is a psychologist American and professor at the university Harvard University. Is a celebrity mainly for his theory of multiple intelligences. • Born in Scranton , Pennsylvania in 1943, shortly after his family emigrated from Germanyto the United States, who fled the Nazi regime. It is known in the education environment for their theory of multiple intelligences , based on each person has at least eight intelligences or cognitive abilities (musical, bodily-kinetic, logical-mathematical, linguistic, spatial, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalist)

  5. Movie of the 8 intelligencesmultiple • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbDXbIDDsnA http://www.coe.fau.edu/faculty/kauffman/pbcresearch/multiple_intelligence.htm • http://www.brighthub.com/education/languages/articles/70825.aspx

  6. SecondlanguageTheory • Howard Gardner’sinterest in psychology and the social sciencegrew. • Gardner wenttoworkfor a briefperiodwithJeromeBruneronthefamous MACOS pojectBruner’swork, especially in theprocess of education (1960) • wastomake a profundimpact, and thequestionthattheprogramneaskedweretofindan echo in Gardnerssubseguentinterest. • Duringthis he begantoreadthework of Claude Levi-Stratuss and Jean Piaget, he enteredHavard’s doctoral programne in the 1996, and thefollowingyearbecamepart of the Project Zeroresearchteamonartseducation • Project Zeroprovide and evironment in which Howard couldbegingto explore hisinterest in humancognition. He proceeded in a verydifferentdirectiontothedominatdiscourseassociatedwithPiaget and withpsychometrictesting. • Project Zerodevelope as a majorresearch centre foreducation and provideanintellectual home for a significantgroupingorresearch. • Theresultwasframe of Mind: (Thetheory of themultipleintelligences), Howard first full lengthstatement of histheory of multipleintelligences. • x

  7. SecondLangugeTheory • Howard viewedintelligences as thecapacitytosolvesproblemortofashionproductsthat are volvied in oneor more cultural setting. He reviewedtheliteratureusingeigthcriteriaorsigns of anintelligences. • 1. Anidentifiablecoreoperationor set of operation. • 2. A distinctivedevelopmenthistoryalongwith a definable set ‘end- state’’performance. • 3. Anevolutionaryhistory and evolutionarypearsibility. • 4. Supportportfrom experimental psychologicaltask. • 5. supportfrom experimental findings • 6. susceptibilitytoancording in a symbol system. (Howard Gardner, 1983: 62-69)

  8. Intelligencesmultiple • Linguisticintelligenceinvolvessensitivitytospoken and writtenlanguage, theability lo learnlanguage and thecapacity yo use languagetoaccomplishcertaingoal. Thisintelligencesincludestheabilitytoeggective use languagetoexpressoneselfrhetoricallyorpoetically. • Ej: writers, poets, lawyers and and speaker are amongthosethat Howard sees as havinghighlinguisticintelligences. • Ej: viewmovies, writing a poem, spellingtheword, social people. • Logicalmathematicsintelligences: involvesnumber, operationnumbers, analyxeproblemlogical. • Ej. Adittion, difference, solvingproblems. • Classroom: thestudentcoutinghowmuchthingaroundtheclassromm. Play withnumber, activities of number in theclassroom, singingthenumbers in loudspeakers. • Musical intelligenceinvolvesthemusic, theapreciation of musicpatterns, capacitytocomposerhytms, tone. Thisintellince in samewithlinguisticintelligencebecauseinvolvesmuchlanguage. • Ej: music, intrument.

  9. Intelligencesmultiple • Kinesteticintelligence, this i ntelligenceinvolvesthebody and yourmind, Thisisabilitytouse mental abilitiestocoordinatebodilymovement. • Ej: cuando tu te desenvuelves como persona, conoces de muchos deportes, caminas y aprendes palabras nuevas y lugares nuevos, cuando escuchas la musica en movimiento y comienzas a cantar en vos alta. • Interpersonal intelligences: capacitytounderstadtheintention, motivation and desire of otherpeople. Itallowspeopletoworkeffectivelywithother. Educator, salespeople, religionpeople and political leader allneed a well-development interpersonal intelligences. • Intrapersonalintelligences: (YOU) capacitytounderstandourself.

  10. Summary • Howard Gardner is a goodtheory, I lovethistheorybecause he saidthechildrenslearning in diferentway, isthat true. Theintelligencemultipleisgoodto use in theclassroonbecauseinvolvingmuchword, thestudentinvolves in diferentways, learning in diferentways and themostimportantisthattheallchildrensparticipating in ourclass. Alllearningtheenglish in 8 multipleintelligences. • Thanks a lottoear me and pleasuretogive me theopportunitytospeak my english. • http://forenglishteachers.com/?p=99

  11. Information • Dec, 2010: EnglishAcquisition, Howard Gardner, multipleintelligences, retriewed: www.google.com • http://forenglishteachers.com/?p=99 • http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issues/volume12/ej46/ej46r6/