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|Other Titles:||Application of Successful Intelligence Theory in Reading and Writing Instruction|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
Literature comes from life. To help students create literary works, not only should the teaching of reading and writing focus on the training of literary competence, but it should also be implemented in the contexts of real life. Moreover, to promote the successful efficacy in life, Successful Intelligence Theory, proposed by Sternberg, emphasizes integrating the abilities to analyze, apply, and create, which are also required in the completion of quality literary works. This article aims to apply Successful Intelligence Theory to teaching reading and writing, which can help teachers improve their teaching practices.
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