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Effective Tools To Integrate Chinese Students Into ESL Learning Process

Table 4:

Intelligence Learning activities
Verbal-Linguistic Interview your friends, peers and collect data or do a kind of research about teens and youth’s problems. Make a story about each of them focusing on the causes of the problems. Or present a kind of statistical analysis concerning the increase of crime among young people.
Logical-Mathematical Choose one of the problems (unemployment, smoking, drug-taking, commission of crimes, etc.), give reasons for such and such problem, classify them and propose the solution for the problems in question.
Visual-Spatial Read articles, interviews and make a chart or a diagram of teens and youth’s problems beginning with the most serious ones to your mind. Present the results of your project.
Bodily-Kinaesthetic Dramatize the scene and persuade your classmates that the problems in question do real harm on physical and mental health of young people.
Musical Collect some songs devoted to the youth’s problems. Introduce the musicians/bands presenting the song and find out what induced them to choose such and such topic.
Interpersonal Involve your classmates into discussion concerning the causes of the problems and then into brainstorming in order to try and find possible solution to these problems.
Intrapersonal Make your personal choice in the project. Think to what extent you changed your attitude to teens and youth’s problems after completing the project.
Naturalistic Take a stroll around the city/town with your camera on and try to take as many pictures as possible concerning this or that problem. Present the results of your project.
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