Multiple Intelligence

Multiple Intelligence
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  • INTRODUCTION
  • Sadhak Ahuja Ms. Faria May 1, 2019
  • MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE
  • 9 Multiple Intelligence Naturalist (nature smart), Musical (sounds smart), Logical-Mathematical (number/reasoning smart), Existential (life smart), Interpersonal (people smart), Intrapersonal (self smart), Kinesthetic (body smart), Linguistic (word smart), and Spatial (picture smart).
  • TOP 3 INTELLIGENCE
  • Top 3 Multiple Intelligence 1. Kinesthetic (91%) 2. Logical-Mathematical (82%) 3. Visual-Spatial (65%)
  • Hi, my name is Sadhak Ahuja and in this comic, I will be talking about my top 3 Multiple Intelligence and what jobs are related to those Intelligences.
  • KINESTHETIC (91%)
  • I' have been playing soccer for over 9 years now, that is crazy.
  • The theory of multiple intelligences differentiate human intelligence into specific modalities rather than seeing intelligence as dominated by a single general ability.
  • LOGICAL-MATHEMATICAL (82%)
  • Logical-Mathematics learning Logical-Mathematical learning refer to your ability to reason, solve problems, and learning using numbers.
  • Kinesthetic learning is a learning in which learning takes place by the student carrying out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or a watching demonstrations. Logical-Mathematical learning refer to your ability to reason, solve problems, and learning using numbers. Visual learning is best accomplished through visualization and using spatial judgement.
  • VISUAL-SPATIAL (65%)
  • Bodily-Kinesthetic applies to my life because I enjoy doing physical activity to solve my problems. I apply this intelligence to my life when I play soccer. I have played soccer for large majority of my life and in sports, the use and control of your bodily functions is prominent.  
  • Kinesthetic learning is a learning in which learning takes place by the student carrying out physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or a watching demonstrations.
  • I show Logical/Mathematical intelligence when I volunteer in a community centre as a cashier. I use this intelligence as a cashier because I have to calculate the total price of the order and also calculate the amount of change. I was able to do it fairly quickly and got better each day. I also use Logical-Mathematical intelligence when I help my dad build table.
  • Visual-spatial applies to me because I enjoy arts and crafts. I took Media Arts in grade 10 as an optional course. Media arts require visual and spatial intelligence because you have to visualize an image to create the product. I also use this intelligence when solving puzzles. For example, i can solve a rubik's cube. Solving a rubik's cube requires you to analyse the situation before you start.
  • Visual learning is best accomplished through visualization and using spatial judgement.
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