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Multiple Intelligences as Strategy for Teaching EFL to high
( University Degree Thesis )
Chapter 1. Multiple Intelligences in the structure of a new English
syllabus for secondary school
Methodology as a science
1.1.1 Present-day issues of foreign language teaching at secondary
1.1.2 Current concepts in secondary school graduates EFL
Chapter 2. Theory of multiple intelligences
2.1.5 Musical Intelligence
2.1.6 Spatial Intelligence
2.1.7 Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
2.1.8 Naturalistic Intelligence
2.2. Psychological analysis of Gardner’s Theory
Chapter 3. Learning environment in teaching English conversation
Multiple intelligences in teaching English learners to the senior
forms of secondary school
Development of students’ speaking and pronunciation skills
Use of the World Wide Web in teaching English to secondary school
Use of the VIDEO in teaching English to secondary school graduates
The theme of the present university degree thesis is “ Multiple
Intelligences as Strategy for teaching EFL to High School Graduates “.
The topicalityof the research is stipulated by rapid changes in
and intercultural communication etc., caused by the development of
The aim of the university degree thesis is include the Multiple
Intelligences as Strategy for TEFL to High school students .
Methods of the research:
-experience of noted scholars,
-research of literature.
The theoretical value of the paper consists in using the results of the
research in the EFL teaching.
The practical value - a good opportunity of using at the
lessons of English on secondary school. It helps to achieve the best
results in teaching English.
The structure of the paper:
The paper consists: The Introduction, Chapter 1, where I have considered
“Methodology as a science” , Chapter 2, “The Theory of Multiple
And Chapter 3 “Learning environment in teaching English conversation”,
in the end of the paper I’ve done the conclusions of the research , and
used the certain literature.
Principles of Multiple Intelligence Theory
The following principles are a condensation of J. Keith Rogers and based
upon his study of Howard Gardner's theory:
-Intelligence is not singular: intelligences are multiple.
-Every person is a unique blend of dynamic intelligences.
-Intelligences vary in development, both within and among individuals.
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