INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


COMPATIBILITY OF MULTI-INTELLIGENCE FIELD IN BİLSEM TURKISH ACTIVITY BOOK WITH MULTI-INTELLIGENCE FIELD OF STUDENTS IN BİLSEM

The purpose of this research is to determine the compatibility levels of Multiple Intelligence fields in the BİLSEM Turkish activity book with the Multiple Intelligence fields of the students in BİLSEM. For this aim, the relational scanning method was used to determine student intelligence areas and they were determined by scoring with a Likert type scale prepared by Saban (2005) and developed by Kaya (2020). BİLSEM Turkish activity book was examined in terms of Multiple Intelligence areas with the document analysis method. The study group of the research consists of a total of 16 students, including 3 Destek-3 students, 7 BYF-1 (Recognition of Individual Talent Programme) students, and 6 BYF-2 students, studying at BİLSEM in the Cizre district of Şırnak province. The study material is the BİLSEM Turkish activity book. A total of 126 activities in this book were examined according to the intelligence areas they contain in line with the criteria created. The scoring system on the scale and the SPSS 22.0 package program were used to reveal student intelligence areas and knowledge. According to the results of the research, it was seen that verbal-linguistic intelligence is included at the rate of 90.5% in the activity book, and naturalistic intelligence is included less than the others. It was revealed that the students' logical-mathematical intelligence and verbal-linguistic intelligence were dominant, and the musical intelligence ratios were the lowest. Considering the level of compatibility between these two results, it was concluded that verbal-linguistic intelligence, visual-spatial intelligence and bodily-kinesthetic intelligence were compatible, interpersonal intelligence and musical intelligence were partially compatible, and logical-mathematical intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence and naturalist intelligence were not sufficiently compatible.



Keywords
BİLSEM, activity book, intelligence, Multiple Intelligence theory, Turkish education.



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