Unformatted text preview: stories and facts included in any History lesson is in the past and the people, places, events spoke about in the lesson have to be imagined in each students mind. The students could also be prompted to draw pictures of the Indians eating the first Thanksgiving feast together. Intrapersonal intelligence, once again could be used within the same lesson or any History lesson. In order to understand each historical event we must have an understanding as to why each event took place. Students need to understand why the Revolutionary War took place and having intrapersonal intelligence will make that easier. Interpersonal intelligence can be applied to any subject and culture. This intelligence can be applied in History by the implantation of historical knowledge in the students; then the students desire to be a part of History, such as becoming President or working for the government....
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course EDUCATION aed/201 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '11