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4) Logical-Mathematical Intelligence: To be able to play instruments, students also need to count the beats and rhythms. Although music may not seem mathematical, students need logical-mathematical intelligence to be able to dissect beats and play their instruments on rhythm. A teacher can help students have more logical- mathematical intelligence is by counting the beats out loud (“one, two, three, and four” with metronome) and make students memorize musical formulas. 5) Interpersonal Intelligence: Music can change someone's feelings from happy to sad or sad to happy. The ability to do that comes with interpersonal intelligence. While students do any form of music, their key objective is to connect with someone else emotionally and empathize with the music. A teacher can help students achieve this emotional connection by teaching them how to control expressions, body language, and the way they play instruments or sing and alter it with the audience. Language Arts Class- Writing a Persuasive Essay (High-School Level) 1) Linguistic Intelligence : To write a persuasive essay, students need to engage their audience and convince them to agree with their point of view. Students need linguistic intelligence to describe their case well and be descriptive. A teacher can help students be more linguistically intelligent by introducing them into new and descriptive words and teaching them how to structure their sentences to have a bigger impact. 2) Spatial Intelligence : In a persuasive essay, students need to describe the “bigger picture” to their audience. To be able to do this teachers can make students describe real life objects the most descriptive way possible in a group setting. This can help students
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  • Fall '19
  • Theory of multiple intelligences, Jei Yu

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