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tesol Essay on Multiple IntelligencesAmerican literary icon Susan Sontag once said, ?Intelligence is really a kind of taste: a taste in ideas?, and just like with food, everyone has different tastes. While some people might love spicy foods, they simply cannot stomach sweets. The same can be applied to learning and intelligences. In 1983 a developmental psychologist named Howard Gardner published a new theory on the way people should look at intelligence. He argued that there were a variety of cognitive abilities (originally 7, which was expanded to 9 in 1999) that one might posses, suggesting because one is considered ?smart? or ?stupid? in a particular field doesn?t necessarily mean they are such in all fields. The different fields of ?The Theory of Multiple Intelligences? (MI) are: logical, spatial, linguistic, kinesthetic, musical, personal (inter and intra), naturalistic, and existential.  While his theory is not without controversy or its doubters, it is widely accepted in most academic circles and can and should be applied in your classroom. We already know from the tesol course book that students have many different leaning styles, so it makes sense that they should have a variety of intelligences as well. Your goal