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Unit 1: 6.3 What are you good at?

Questionnaire

Complete the questionnaire about things you are good at. Write a number for each activity:

  • 4 You are very good at this

  • 0 You are no good at this

  • 2 You are OK at this

Add up your scores for each intelligence and complete the ‘Total’ boxes.

Linguistic intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Telling jokes and stories

 

Remembering people’s names

 

An example of a tongue twister:

Saying tongue twisters

 

She sells sea shells on the sea shore.

Learning vocabulary

 

Total

 

Spatial intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Reading maps

 
Reading maps

Drawing

 

Learning from films and pictures

 

Doing jigsaw puzzles

 

Total

   

Bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Copying other people’s actions

 
Copying other people’s actions

Sewing

 

Making things from paper or wood

 

Doing sports

 

Total

   

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Interpersonal intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Leading meetings and games

 
Leading meetings and games

Helping my friends

 

Listening to other people’s problems

 

Having lots of friends

 

Total

   

Intrapersonal intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Studying alone

 
Studying alone

Spending time on my own

 

Being individual

 

Learning from my mistakes

 

Total

   

Logical-mathematical intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Doing maths in my head

 
Doing maths in my head

Playing chess

 

Playing number games

 

Finding out how things work

 

Total

 

Musical intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Humming tunes

 
Humming tunes

Singing

 

Playing a musical instrument

 

Tapping in time to music

 

Total

 

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Naturalist intelligence

4, 2 or 0

 

Doing experiments in nature

 

Learning about nature

 

Nature:

   

the world around us - land,

Recognising different types of things in nature

sea, air, plants and animals

Sorting things into groups

 

Total

 

Multiple intelligences chart

Which intelligence are you strongest in? Complete the chart below with your scores. Look at this example:

8 6 4 2 0 Linguistic Spatial Bodily -kinaesthetic Inerpersonal Intrapersonal Logical- mathematical Musical Naturalist
8
6
4
2
0
Linguistic
Spatial
Bodily -kinaesthetic
Inerpersonal
Intrapersonal
Logical-
mathematical
Musical Naturalist

In this example, the total score for ‘Linguistic intelligence’ in the questionnaire was ‘6’ and for ‘Spatial

intelligence’ it was ‘2’. Draw your own chart or use the one below to add your scores from the

questionnaire.

© The British Council, 2011 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We are registered in England as a charity.

Multiple intelligences chart

16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Linguistic Bodily -kinaesthetic Spatial Inerpersonal Intrapersonal Logical-
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Linguistic Bodily -kinaesthetic
Spatial
Inerpersonal
Intrapersonal
Logical- mathematical
Musical Naturalist

© The British Council, 2011 The United Kingdom’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We are registered in England as a charity.