Linguistic Intelligence
Howard Gardner’s
Multiple Intelligences
Definition:
Linguistic Intelligence (Word
Smart) is the capacity to use
language, your native
language, and perhaps other
languages, to express what's
on your mind and to
understand other people.
Poets really specialize in
linguistic intelligence, but any
kind of writer, orator,
speaker, lawyer, or a person
for whom language is an
important stock in trade,
highlights linguistic
intelligence.
CAREERS!!!!
Archivist
Attorney
Author
Call center operator
Comedian
Copywriter
Curator
Editor
English teacher
Historian
Interpreter
Journalist
More CAREERS!!!
Legal assistant
Librarian
Manager
Novelist
On-line copy editor
Orator
Philosopher
Playwright
Poet
Politician
Proofreader
Psychotherapist
Public Speaker
Public Relations Person
Even more !?!!
Radio/TV announcer
Reporter
Sales Person
Secretary
Social Scientist
Speech Pathologist
Storyteller
Supervisor
Talk-show host
Teacher
Technical writer
Tour Guide/Travel
Translator
Typist
Writer
Classroom activities for linguisticites
Reading
Writing
Talking
Storytelling
Keeping a journal
Word games
Jumbles
Play
Pretend Play
Mailboxes between
classrooms
Puzzles
Phonetic sounds writing
Stories with props or
puppets
Sign language
Fairy tales
Alphabet boards
Listening centers
Agatha Christie, 1891--1976
Judy Blume, 1938--
Demosthenes,
384—322 BC,
the Alchemist God
Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel),
1904--1991
Edgar Allan Poe, 1809--1849
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens),
1835--1910
Shel
Silverstein,
1930--1999
Melinda Mae
Shel Silverstein
Have you heard of tiny
Melinda Mae,
Who ate a monstrous whale?
She thought she could,
She said she would,
So she started in right at the
tail.
And everyone said,"You're
much too small,"
But that didn't bother Melinda
at all,
She took little bites and she
chewed very slow,
Just like a little girl should...
...and eighty-nine years later
she ate that whale
Because she said she would!!!
Rudyard Kipling, 1865--1936
Roald Dahl, 1916-1990
Alexander Pope, 1688—1744
J.K. Rowling,
1965-
John Irving, 1942--
William Shakespeare, 1564--1616
John Steinbeck, 1902—
1968
Robert Frost,
1874—1963
Eric Carle, 1929--
Maurice Sendak,
1928--
The End (of Linguistics)
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Linguistic Intelligence