Unformatted text preview: is amazing to me. With bodily/kinesthetic intelligence, it seems like a more newly discovered intelligence because it is out of the ordinary intelligence. For example, in school there are classes which really emphasize most of the other intelligences, but not bodily/kinesthetic (everyone gets good grades in gym). I think this type of intelligence is the most independent from the rest. Just on one professional sports team, the Boston Red Sox, there are many great bodily/kinesthetic intelligences, but many who, in a traditional sense, seem unintelligent. Manny Ramirez has lived in America since he was 4 and can barely speak English. Jonathan Papelbon has lived in America his whole life and can barely speak English. However, these are individuals who excel at their type of intelligence, bodily/kinesthetic, which is a feat of the human body....
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- Fall '07
- Psychology, Intelligence quotient, Theory of multiple intelligences, Howard Gardner, Boston Red Sox, Jonathan Papelbon