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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Multiple Intelligences ExistentialIntelligence LinguisticIntelligence SpatialIntelligence NaturalistIntelligence IntrapersonalIntelligence InterpersonalIntelligence By: Calista Marchand-Nazzaro Logical/MathematicalIntelligence MusicalRhythmicIntelligence Bodily/KinestheticIntelligence Robert Frost- He was a very influential Poet. For example: he wrote "The Road Not Taken" and "Nothing Gold Can Stay", and I chose him for this because he is very well known and has the capacity to express what's on his mind. Albert Einstein- He made huge contributions to the knowledge of physics, he developed the Theory of Relativity and E=mc2. I chose him for this because he had the capacity to understand the underlying principles of physics and math. Hunter Hayes- He is a singer, songwriter, and multi- instrumentalist, and he has been making music his whole life, for example: He played on stage with Hank Williams Jr. at age 4 and he was already playing accordion by then. I chose him because he has the capacity to think in music. Babe Ruth- He is the most famous baseball player in the world and he accomplished so many amazing things, for example: he was a world series champion seven times and he was the best left-handed pitcher in baseball. I chose him because he had the capacity to use his whole body to solve a problem. Pablo Picasso- He used his intelligence in his sculpting, for example: he made The "Chicago Picasso" that was actually untitled and he also made "Guitar". I chose him because he had the ability to represent the spatial world internally in his mind. Charles Darwin- He could identify and classify different living things, for example: he wrote THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES AND THE VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE and he wrote CHARLES DARWIN'S NATURAL SELECTION. I chose him because he had the ability to discriminate among living things. Mahatma Gandhi- He was an important, nonviolent leader of India's independence from Great Britain and he was very influential, for example: he inspired movements for civil rights across the world and he wrote many books on his experiences. I chose him because he had an understanding of himself, who he was, what he could do, what he wanted to do, how he reacted to things, which things to avoid, and which things to gravitate toward. Sigmund Freud- He was an neurologist who is known as the founding father of psychoanalysis, for example: he wrote many books on the topic and he is a very well known psychologist. I chose him because he had the ability to understand other people. Aristotle- He was an ancient Greek philosopher, for example: he taught many people and he shared his thoughts on various topics about life. I chose him because he had the ability and proclivity to pose (and ponder) questions about life, death, and ultimate realities.
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