A Multiple Intelligences Road to an ELT Classroom

By: Michael Berman


Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
Size: 297mm x 210mm
Pages : 208
ISBN : 9781899836239
Format: Paperback
Published: April 2001

Written and designed for TEFLs (Teachers of English as a Foreign Language), this is a visually appealing, thoroughly practical resource full of exercises, activities, stories, visualisations, puzzles and information for immediate use in the classroom. It provides exercises and advice for teaching and contains all a teacher will need to keep students challenged and learning in the style that suits them best.

A Multiple Intelligences Road to an ELT Classroom covers all essential areas making teaching easily accessible, compelling and fun! An extremely versatile book, this can also be used as an activities resource for teachers of English as a first language.

Picture for author Michael Berman

Michael Berman

Michael Berman PhD worked as a teacher and a writer. Publications included The Power of Metaphor for Crown House, The Nature of Shamanism and the Shamanic Story for Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Shamanic Journeys through the Caucasus for O-Books, and Journeys Outside Time for Pendraig Publishing, Tales of Power for Lear Books and Shamanic Journeys, Shamanic Stories for O Books. ELT titles included A Multiple Intelligences Road to an ELT Classroom, In a Faraway Land (a resource book for teachers on storytelling), On Business and for Pleasure (a self-study workbook). and ELT Matters (written with Mojca Belak and Wayne Rimmer).


  1. Refreshingly lucid and jargon-free. Its emphasis is on the practical application of MI theory and is full of immediately useable and interesting classroom activities, interleaved with thoughtful and well-balanced analysis of the rationale underpinning them, thus encouraging "intelligent' teacher use.
  2. Reading Michael Berman's A Multiple Intelligences Road To An ELT Classroom helped me organise my methodological thinking into a neat, manageable system ("the SAFER teaching method") and made me look at language exercises and activities from an entirely new perspective. It enabled me to apply in practice Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory in the ELT classroom.

Write your own review