Multiple Intelligences of Students: Basis for the Propose Innovative Instructional Support System Guide in an English Language Classroom

Arturo G. Palaming

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In this research it determines to survey the multiple intelligences of the students and this served as the basis to propose an innovative support system guide in an English language classroom. The propose guide is subjected to test of adequacy by the teachers and head of the department. The multiple intelligences were focused on bodily kinesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, linguistics, logical mathematical, musical, naturalistic and spatial.  


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multiple intelligences, teaching support guide, teaching students about English language, classroom teaching support guide.

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