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Multiple Intelligence Theory in School Settings Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why might it be a good idea to group students with different intelligence preferences together during activities?

Question 2 2. Imagine that you are planning a lesson to teach students about the Holocaust. What type of activity might you include to appeal to learners that have a preference for visual/spatial intelligence?

Question 3 3. Imagine that you are learning about fish and that your preferred intelligence is naturalistic. Which of the following would likely appeal to you?

Question 4 4. Someone who prefers to learn through inward reflection and meditation is using which one of the eight intelligences?

Question 5 5. Which one of the following activities might appeal to someone who prefers linguistic intelligence?

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Question 6 6. Which statement accurately describes how a multiple intelligences classroom layout should be?

Question 7 7. Which intelligence can be demonstrated by drawing pictures or building models?

Question 8 8. Which intelligence is seen in a student who excels with working with others and has strong social skills?

Question 9 9. Which classroom area would be addressing linguistic intelligence?

Question 10 10. Which term refers to the way students can demonstrate knowledge and teachers can evaluate learning?

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Question 11 11. Excessive emphasis on _____ curriculum can be a barrier to multiple intelligences in schools.

Question 12 12. Which of the following is a cost of multiple intelligences?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is a benefit of multiple intelligences in the schools?

Question 14 14. Under multiple intelligence theory, what do teachers believe?

Question 15 15. What can a teacher do to bring multiple intelligences into the classroom?

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Question 16 16. How might a school help students connect to the mission statement?

Question 17 17. How can teachers at a school connect to a mission statement?

Question 18 18. Which of the following excerpts from a mission statement best reflects a school's prioritization of multiple intelligences?

Question 19 19. The most important thing about a mission statement is how it is _____ in a school.

Question 20 20. What is the purpose of a mission statement?

Multiple Intelligence Theory in School Settings Chapter Exam Instructions

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