AED-202 wk 4 checkpoint~ Multiple Intelligence Theory

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Running head: MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE THEORY 1 Multiple Intelligence Theory Anna Borsick AED/202 December 2, 2011 Kai Walker
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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE THEORY 2 Multiple Intelligence theory When choosing a topic relevant to early adolescence (10-14 years); reading seem to be a good start in assessing how well and at what level a child’s reading intelligences are. An evaluation of a child’s reading skills can find any issues in the child’s reading development for instance “Morphological Errors.” Morphological errors occur during reading, according to Jamie K, (2008) in language, morphology means the structure of words, how words are formed and how the parts (letters/words) fit together. Therefore when the wrong morpheme (i.e. word part) is used in the wrong place or at the wrong time, it is called a morphological error. A few examples are; initiate v/s initiative and slavery v/s slaving are common reading morphological errors. Although very similar, these word errors mean something different in context. Gardner acknowledges seven intelligences; linguistic, logical-mathematics, spatial, musical, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal, with one more recent discovery on Gardner’s part, the eighth intelligence; naturalist. This paper will cover five of the eight intelligences of Gardner to evaluate the nature of morphological error in early adolescence. As a teacher working with children in early adolescence, I would use all of the multiple
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