Read: Harmer, J (2007) The Practice of English Language Teaching 4th Edition pg. 88-89 Christison – MI (attached) Diaz Maggioli – LS (attached) After you read the Christison and Diaz Maggioli articles on
Multiple Intelligence: What are your preferred ways of learning? Look at Willing’s categorization on page 88 of The Practice of English Language Teaching. a. Which one(s) do you tend towards and in what
situations? Give examples. b. Compare your answers to the answers of at least two other people. c. Considering your own preferred ways of learning, how does this affect what you would do in the
classroom? (e.g. if you a converger, perhaps you would have less group work). d. What intelligences have you observed among your students? Do you attempt to meet their preferences through your choice of
classroom materials and activities? Give examples.
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