Let the Students Feel the Charisma of Chemical Language: Teaching Strategy Based on Linguistic Intelligence

Qingkui HAN


In a view of linguistic intelligence, the paper analyzes chemical learning and proposes six chemical teaching strategies. These are using stories to raise learning interest; creating situation to arouse learning motivation; teaching in research-style to enlighten thought and listen; organizing discussion to induce expression and communication; making good use of figure of speech to deeply comprehend chemical conception; being humorous to deliver teaching information in another style. These strategies are discussed in details and illustrated one by one.


Linguistic intelligence; Chemical teaching; Teaching strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sss.1923018420130402.2548


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