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Students read short, interesting descriptions of various objects, such as a camera or a flower, then demonstrate their understanding by labeling the accompanying diagram according to the description. An excellent way to build general knowledge, test comprehension, and teach an aspect of analysis -- the relationship of parts to the whole, and of the whole to its parts.
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Children with strong Verbal-Linguistic intelligence will have a propensity to produce language and sensitivity to the nuances, order and rhythm of words. These students love to read, write and tell stories.
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