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up what to say. And I have developed a good sense of myself and how or why I am feeling a certain way so I think my intrapersonal intelligence is fairly high as well. Most of my strong suits were reasoning, linguistics, and inter/intrapersonal intelligences and I have found that school settings foster those. Math and science classes deal with the logical part, languages and english classes work with linguistic intelligence. Generally conversing and interacting with peers and teachers needs a good interpersonal intelligence. I think it might be more difficult in school for a student who had fantastic bodily-kinesthetic or musical intelligence, because those are parts that are not focused on as much in a classroom. Beyond gym and music class, those kids are not getting much attention in the subjects they excel in. 3. Looking back on my experience, I am fairly certain that my middle and high school took part in tracking instruction. Each subject was broken in to different levels and you were placed in a class with students of the same capabilities. It began in middle school with math and science classes, and then expanded when we got to high school. In science, you could take AP, advanced (which was really just average), and conceptual (the lowest level). In math it was similar, with classes called intensive math, math one and math two. So depending on a student's skill level, they were placed in different classes and each class was taught differently to cater to the needs of the students. Language was also broken into several levels. You could start at beginner or Year One. If you were in year one you could be in level one or two. Then, sophomore year you would be in Year Two, in level one or two. And so on until Year Four.
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