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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES THEORY APPLIED TO SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

By María Mar, Palenzuela Pérez and Noemí Reina Ruz

Abstract

In the process of second language acquisition teachers must bear in mind that the effectiveness of the teaching process depends, most of the times, on the teaching materials and methodologies implemented in the classrooms. In continuing with this notion we have developed a programme based on multiple intelligences theory which is combined with the student’s profile in order to improve the teaching and learning process in a second language classroom

Topics: Key words, multiple intelligences, motivation, methodology, L2
Year: 2016
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