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PostSubject: See what your child is good at...   Mon Dec 31, 2007 12:06 am

Abstract Reasoning
A child that scores high on abstract reasoning
has good reasoning skills, learns quickly, and
can understand complex problems. They may have
excelled at activities like puzzles and worked
comfortably with printed language.

- Children with mathematical/logical ability
exhibit many characteristics. Math, science may be
their favorite subject in school. These are the
kinds of skills highly developed in scientists,
engineers, economists, accountants, detectives and
members of the legal profession.Famous examples:
Albert Einstein, John Dewey.

- A child who scores high on this test will need
good observation and perceptual skills. This test
will measure your Child's ability to decipher a code
and recognize subtle differences and similarities
in words and objects. A Child with this ability
usually enjoys cracking codes and games like code
breaker are an obvious example.
Famous example: Alan Turing.

- Young Children who score high in linguistic IQ
tests will usually start talking and reading early
in childhood. Lawyers, writers, poets and eloquent
speakers are strong in linguistic intelligence.
Example: T.S. Eliot, Noam Chomsky, W. H. Auden.

Visual-Spatial - Children who score high on this test
are better able to maneuver and operate space
and recreate visual images from memory. These
children have potential for becoming great architects,
illustrators, interior decorators or computer graphics
designers. Famous Examples: Garry Kasparov, Michelangelo,
Frank Lloyd Wright.
By knowing how such test questions are constructed,
how they are scored and by practicing answering test
question within a specified time limit your child
will gain a good feel for examinations that involve
comprehension and concentration where your child has
to work under pressure within a time limit.
Lets check out what your child will be in the future.....
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PostSubject: Prédispoditions et dons   Thu Jan 03, 2008 12:47 am

Bien sûr, chaque personne possède des prédispositions et des dons. Ces capacités se trouvent cachées dans les profondeurs de l'être animal, simiesque* et humain.
La forme de l'intelligence est éducable sinon, elle reste force morte, passive.
L'hachemi Zellaya aurait pu être un Kissinger de l'Etat algérien.
Notre élève de la 4A3 H. M'sili, encore jeune adolescent qu'il soit, fera une bonne carrière dans le Cinéma ou Les Renseignements Génénraux...
....Les exemples ne manquent pas....

Je voudrais concluer mon intervention sur la nécessité d'une prise en charge conséquente du capital humain.

* du singe.
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