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International Journal of Research in English

Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part C (2023)

Enhancing the language skills of tribal welfare residential school students through the theory of multiple intelligences: A study

Author(s):

Thirupathi Vennum and Dr. NVSN Lakshmi

Abstract:

In the present paper the researcher tries to explore how different English language skills can be developed through Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Theory, the background of the students studying in tribal welfare residential schools and the background of Tribal Welfare Residential Schools in Telangana State. The researcher in this paper has proposed few activities based on the MI for effective learning of language. Still there are first-generation students and have difficulty in getting the required mastery over English as second language particularly in various language skills. This paper tries to explore the possibilities to improve the basic language skills i.e., listening, speaking, reading and writing through Multiple Intelligences Theory proposed by Howard Gardner in 1983 and his later edition in 1991.The researcher has chosen two different lessons to create activities from the prescribed textbook and the activities are analysed with Diner menu principles to create the special interest towards the language skills so as to improve the English language of students.

Pages: 144-150  |  254 Views  64 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Thirupathi Vennum and Dr. NVSN Lakshmi. Enhancing the language skills of tribal welfare residential school students through the theory of multiple intelligences: A study. Int. J. Res. Engl. 2023;5(1):144-150. DOI: 10.33545/26648717.2023.v5.i1c.92
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