Linguistic Intelligence - Verbal Intelligence

Children whose linguistic intelligence (verbal intelligence) is highly developed have an easy time with both written and oral language. They have a natural way with words, both oral and written and are able to articulate as well as write well. They enjoy reading, writing, and telling stories. Skills such as learning a new language, explaining instructions, and verbal memorization come easily to them.

Learning Style: Will include learning by listening, taking notes, and discussions.

Future Careers: Teachers, writers, journalists, philosophers, lawyers and politicians.

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