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Verbal-linguistic: it is the ability to manage and structure the meanings and functions of words and language.It is not only the ability to communicate, to learn to recognize sounds or symbols and associate them with meanings. The use of words to express emotions, to sing, etc., makes us different from animals. It is also the ability to think, along with the words, allows us to remember, analyze, solve problems, plan and create. Pupils develop this intelligence with all activities in the English class./ Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *To compose tales, stories, poems, fables creatively *To have good spelling *To have good vocabulary *To enjoy reading books *They have good memory for names, places, dates or details of general culture *Active and participative attitude in reading and writing activities *To Interact with peers and understands Logical-mathematical: Logical reasoning ability: It includes mathematical calculations, numerical reasoning, ability to solve logic problems, problem solving, ability to understand abstract concepts, reasoning, and understanding relationships. Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *To perform mental calculations quickly *To execute strategy games like chess *To solve problems using logic *To design experiments *To sort objects by category or hierarchy *To learn and master concepts of quantity, time, and cause and effect *They use several math skills like estimate, calculation, etc *To think mathematically (gathering evidence, formulating hypotheses, etc.) ACT:3rd and 4th of Primary - Tangram

Visual-spatial: It includes a range of skills such as: recognition and processing of visual images, to distinguish through the specific features of objects, creating mental images, reasoning about space and its dimensions, management and playback of internal and external images. Some or all of these skills can be manifested in one person. Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *To read with ease maps, diagrams, and other geographical guides *To draw accurate representations of objects and people *To enjoy the TV and film pictures *To build three-dimensional representations *To enjoy the picture reading. ACT: 6th year- My sporty classmate: Write a text a about a sporty classmate. Don’t write his/her name. Let your classmates guess. Bodily-kinesthetic: This intelligence highlights the motor actions. It is the skill to use the body movements as a way of self-expression. This intelligence supposes great coordination and time sense. All sport professionals usually have this intelligence. Some indicators of this intelligence: *To like to arm and disarm objects *To show great sense in manual works *To touch and manipulate the things to learn *To have good coordination *To imitate easily the signs and behaviors of other people *To know how to express with his/ her body. ACT: 5th year- Simon says.

Musical: The musical intelligence is the Ability to express themselves through musical forms. Includes skills in singing and musical type, knowing how to play an instrument, compose (any mode and gender), appreciate the music and know listening. Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *Interest in musical instruments *Remember the melodies of songs *Composes, sings alone, for others and with others *Take good musical rhythm *Active and participative attitude in music activities. ACT: 1st Cycle- Old MacDonald. Naturalistic: Is the skill that makes to perceive the relations between species and object groups and makes the people be able to recognize the possible differences and similarities between them. This intelligence involves to identify, observe and classify members of groups or species being the observation field the natural world. Some indicators of this intelligence: *The pupil likes to observe nature. (Animals, plants, stars, etc.) *To respect the environment *To propose and suppose solutions for sustainability *To enjoy the science class *To show interest about the environment. ACT: 2nd year - Be an animal

Interpersonal: The ability to recognize, perceive and understand others, getting better interaction and empathy. This can be developed in the classroom through group activities. Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *To socialize with peers *No problems in working in groups *To enjoy group games *To help during debates *To enjoy teaching others *To show abilities to be a leader *To show empathy Intrapersonal: This intelligence is based on the understanding and comprehension of ourselves, facilitates the understanding of other people and improve interpersonal intelligence. Allows better understand and work with yourself. Some indicators to evaluate this intelligence: *Pupils analyze their strengths and weaknesses *Different points of view *Have confidence in themselves and others *Always correct and learn from mistakes *Express their ideas *Arise goals and strive to achieve them *Curious about the “great mysteries” of life. ACT: (5th and 6th year) debate: let’s save our environment: What do you think about this topic? How do you perform in the environment?

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