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VERBAL LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE OF CHEPANG STUDENTS OF NEPAL

    2 Author(s):  AMRIT KUMAR RAI, DR. MEGHA RAJ DHAKAL

Vol -  10, Issue- 11 ,         Page(s) : 57 - 65  (2019 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Intelligence is the ability to solve problems; it is the God-given attribute of man. Howard Gardner developed the Multiple Intelligence Theory in 1983. According to Gardner, there are eight types of intelligence: Verbal Linguistic, Mathematical Logical, Musical, Visual Spatial, Bodily Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Naturalistic, and Existential. Among these, the study had focused on the Verbal Linguistic Intelligence of Chepang student of Nepal. It is quantitative study. The study was conducted in Makawanpur, Chitwan, Gorkha and Dhading district among the 368 students. Purposive sampling technique was adopted to select the respondents. The structured questionnaire survey was done to collect the data. The result shows that comparatively, the level of linguistic intelligence of Chepang student was better in Makawanpur district than the other three districts because out of 100, 59% reported that they had different types of linguistic intelligence. Similarly, in total, Chitwan stood in 2nd position (57 in 100), Dhading in 3rd position (48 in 100), and Gorkha in last or 4th position (36 in 100). The result strongly recommends the need of improvement in teaching and learning of Chepang students to increase their level of linguistic intelligence in all four districts.

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