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# Visual Intelligence

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18 de Nov de 2012
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### Visual Intelligence

1. VISUAL INTELLIGENCE Alena Ryneiskaya Iryna Mykytka Gabriela Lobo Irina Spirina
2. Visual/Spatial Intelligence: › Tend to think in pictures and need to create vivid mental images to retain information › Enjoy looking at maps, charts, pictures, and movies.  Their skills include: › Puzzle building, reading, writing, and sense of direction, sketching, painting, and interpreting visual images (rebuses).
3.  Level : 2nd ESO  Extension: 1 session  Type of activity: a) Interpreting a map, sense of direction. b) Solving a set of pictograms
4.  Pair work (asking/giving directions)  Skills: › Reading › Speaking › Listening  Linguistic competence: › Use of grammar › Syntax › Vocabulary
5. GUIDELINE: 1. Procedure: • Give each student a paper with a location from the map and agree on which their starting location would be . • Student A starts explaining how to get to the location provided on his/her paper. • Student B is expected to follow S.A s directions and infer the answer. • Let students interchange their roles 2. Language focus: • Giving directions: It s the second street on the right, Go along, past, across..., Turn right, first left…Dou you see a … opposite to….?
6.  Group work  Limited timing  Providing hints if necessary  Skills: › Reading › Writing › Speaking  Linguistic competence: › Vocabulary  Mathematical competence: › Use of numbers to produce and interpret information
7. GUIDELINE: 1. Procedure: • Remind students to write down the words corresponding to each image. • Explain students that a comma ( ) means they should take off a letter, two commas ( ) -two letters and so on. • Numbers correspond to the letters, thus an unusual order of numbers would mean a change in the order of letters within a word. • Provide some hints of necessary.
8. SHIP FIRE FRIE HAND