The American professor Howard Gardner is best known in educational circles for his theory of multiple intelligences, and his questioning of the (1)........ of the notion that there exists one single human intelligence that can be assessed (2)...........by standard psychometric instruments. In his ground-breaking book "Frames of mind", Gardner (3)..........the concept that every human possesses several distinct intellectual faculties, rather than a singe trait called "intelligence", (4)...........with its own way of developing and operating. Individuals vary in the degree to which they possess these different forms of intelligence; some people may show a dominance of linguistic, musical or logical mathematical intelligence, whereas others may be more (5).......... at tasks requiring spatial or interpersonal intelligence (i.e. social skills). The implications of Gardner's work are particularly significant for educators as they highlight the differences between learning styles and point the way towards (6).............each individual's potential to the full.
1) A right B validity C exactness D authenticity
2) A tidily B truly C definitely D precisely
3) A meets B introduces C enlists D conducts
4) A all B each C every D any
5) A able B capable C suited D adept
6) A developing B increasing C growing D enlarging