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practice describing things and create a mental image in the audience as they read the students’ paper. 3) Interpersonal Intelligence : In a persuasive essay, students need to know the “audience’s” feelings and smoothly direct them into their opinion. Teachers can help students do this in their essays by having group discussions on people’s opinions on controversial topics and focus on the different opinions of people. Then the students can take this experience and apply it into their essays. 4) Intrapersonal Intelligence : In order to make a rebuttal in a persuasive essay, students need to learn more on intrapersonal intelligence. Students need to know the strengths and weaknesses in the opposition statement and maneuver it to be in favor of the students thesis. Teachers can help students do this by teaching them how to argue against the statement by using the opposing statement against itself. 5) Logical Intelligence : In a persuasive essay, students need to be able to solve logical problems by giving logical sentences. If a student creates an essay that is both persuasive and logical, they have achieved the perfect persuasive essay. In order for students to work on their logical intelligence, teachers can give them activities where they are put into simulations of controversial topics and ask them what is the best way to solve this problem. Culinary Class-Baking Bread (High-School Level) 1) Logical-Mathematical Intelligence : In a baking class, students need to accurately do measurements in flour, sugar, etc in order to perfect the recipe. Teachers can help students with this by teaching them the formulas, how to measure correctly, and let them practice
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measuring a couple times before participating in the real baking process to ensure perfection.
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  • Fall '19
  • Theory of multiple intelligences, Jei Yu

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