Developing Multiple Intelligences Activities to Enhance Equality in a Modern Language Classroom
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The main purpose of this study is to promote equality in the learning process of students of Spanish as a second language through the MIT, and to explore the possible applications of this theory to teaching Spanish as a foreign language. The principles of the MIT are incorporated into meaningful communicative activities designed for various types of learners. The aim of these activities is to promote equality and communication in the classes and to provide both teachers and students with the necessary tools to accomplish their goals. Sixteen students, enrolled in one Elementary Spanish class at Carthage College served as an experimental group to test the activities in this investigation.
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