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Multiple IntelligencesIt is well known in the teaching world that there are many types of learners with skills and strengths in a variety of ways of learning. The Multiple Intelligences (MI) Theory, originally developed in 1983 by Howard Gardner, suggests that there is a set of typical profiles which describe the different types of intelligences that all individuals have. Originally, he named seven types and by 1999, he had added two more. Multiple Intelligences are as applicable in an English-as-a Second-Language class as they are in a regular English or math class. At the beginning of any teaching session, a good teacher wants to know what the students know about the subject before appropriate and appealing plans can be made. In addition, it is helpful if the types of intelligences present in a class are considered, either through formal surveys or informal observations. Either way, it can be assumed that if most of the intelligences are being addressed over a series of lessons, that the majority of students will be having their learning needs met, other things being equal. Following, is a brief look at each of the first five intelligences plus a few examples of how they can be applied in the ESL classroom. verbal-linguistic This