Guidance Lesson: Multiple Intelligences
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Classroom Guidance Lesson: Multiple IntelligencesAlicia C., Arianne D., and Natalie S. Grade level: 9th Grade Rationale:  Entering high school is a considerable academic shift for many 9th grade students. In order to encourage greater engagement in their schoolwork and to help increase the likelihood that they will experience success across all subject areas, students will work to identify unique ways they can approach their learning through the use of multiple intelligences. Over the course of a month-long unit (4 lessons total), students will come to understand the nine different intellige ..read more
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Guidance Lesson “Multiple Intelligences”
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Guidance Lesson“Multiple Intelligences”  Mary Mattea K., Pahoran M., and Hannah B. Grade level: 5th GradeTime: 25 minutes Lesson Objectives: To gain awareness of and identify different ways of learningTo experience different ways of learningTo gain insight into personal strengths and preferences of learning stylesRationale/Purpose:             This guidance lesson incorporates Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, and focuses specifically on word, person, self, and visual ways of learning. The information included in this lesson is meant for students at the 5th grade level ..read more
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Multiple Intelligences
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Lesson Guidance on Multiple Intelligences"Word/Verbal, Body and Musical Intelligence"Skye Allen, Kaitlin Bishopp, Andrew Williamson Grade: 6th gradeLesson Objectives: The objective of this lesson is to teach students about the different ways they can be “intelligent”; intelligence is not limited to doing well in math, english, or science. Through this lesson, students will explore the different intelligences, including the ones they do not like. We want students to recognize they are unique in their own way. Materials: 1 Poster board OR large whiteboard2 Colors of sticky-notesPen or pencilD ..read more
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Guidance Lesson Plan Multiple Intelligences
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Classroom Guidance Lesson Plan Kimberlee V., Alyse W., Srae C. Grade Level: 8th Grade Materials:Lunch-size Paper Bags - one for each studentMagazines and Catalogs (to cut things out of)ScissorsGlue SticksPencils or Pens Ability to Share PowerPoint Slides (optional) Rationale and Purpose: How can 8th grade students benefit from learning about their multiple intelligences? What do 8th graders need to know about strengthening and applying these multiple intelligences? This lesson is intended to provide 8th graders with an introduction to the concept of Multiple Intelligences. In this first lesso ..read more
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