Towards Creative Foreign Language Teaching: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences in Use

Renata Botwina
The Higher School of Pedagogy of the Society of Public Knowledge in Warsaw, Poland

Summary

Introduction. The article provides a conceptual setting for conscious teaching whereby classroom activities are referred to the principles of MIT. It also advocates an experimental insight into foreign language teaching where both a teacher and a student are encouraged to explore, discover and practice their multiple intelligences while teaching and mastering foreign languages. Additionally, practical implications of MIT for FLT are discussed and illustrated by a few examples of the activities designed in the framework of the theory.

The Aim of the Study. To establish a new perspective on both effective and creative foreign language teaching (FLT) in the framework of Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences (MIT). Lasīt vairāk "Towards Creative Foreign Language Teaching: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences in Use"