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Multiple Intelligence

  • Date Submitted: 01/11/2012 06:05 AM
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Krizza Mae H. Dolojan

According to Howard Gardner, human beings have nine different kinds of intelligence and each person has a unique combination. As for my case, I think I have the linguistic, intrapersonal, and interpersonal intelligences. Firstly, being a linguistic, I am good in talking about things. I enjoy explaining and reading. I am a calm and reasonable person and I always find myself repeating the dialogues of my favorite TV shows. I find it easy to explain my ideas to others and I can express my insights with much sense, clarity, and efficiency.

Secondly, I have the intrapersonal intelligence. I have a deep understanding of myself and I know my strengths and weaknesses. I know who I am, what I can do, what I can't, and what I want. Most of the time, I can predict my reactions to a certain event and my emotions to a situation. I am keenly aware of my moral beliefs and fairness is important to me. I always need to know why I should do something before I agree to do it. Also, I learn best when I am inspired or when I have an emotional attachment to the subject. I am happy spending time alone once in a while, but not that I'm a loner.

And lastly, I tend to be really sensitive to other's feelings, moods, and temperaments. So I guess I am interpersonal, too. I'm pretty a considerate person and I like to share things, feelings, and thoughts to others. I have a good ability to tell how others are feeling by the tone of their voice or body language and my friends often come to   me for support or advice whenever they have a problem. People say I genuinely care about others and I easily relate to them. My friends also say that I am good at resolving arguments and conflicts whenever there is a problem between our circle of friends.


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