Volume : 5, Issue : 8, AUG 2019

AWARENESS AMONG ELEMENTARY TEACHERS ON MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES APPROACH IN TEACHING LANGUAGE IN WEST KAMENG DISTRICT OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH

DR. C. SIVA SANKAR

Abstract

Multiple Intelligences Approach is one of the essential language learning approaches for teachers as well as students. The present paper deals with elementary teachers’ awareness on Multiple Intelligence Approach in teaching language in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh in the light of dimensions of multiple intelligence approach such as (i) Theory of Multiple Intelligences (ii) Learning Objectives of MI Approach (iii) Learning activities (iv) Instructional Materials (v) Role Teachers and Student activities (vi) Academics Practices due to variation in gender, educational qualifications, and teaching experience.

Keywords

AWARENESS, ELEMENTARY TEACHERS, MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES APPROACH, AND TEACHING LANGUAGE.

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