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Source: Electronic Turkish Studies. Fall, Vol. Abstract: Every student is different in terms of intelligence undoubtfully.

As a result, students learn, understand and remember in different ways. Students do not have a single intelligence area. Each student has more than one intelligence area. Some of these intelligence areas are strong and others are weak. The theory of multiple intelligence has brought about this situation, affecting education and learning. According to some researchers, this theory is among active methods. According to the theory of multiple intelligence, each student should be viewed as a different talent and a separate learning technique must be applied.

The student should be considered as an active member who participates in the class at any moment. Multiple intelligence theory has given a new perspective to the field of education.

This theory, which has been applied rapidly, can be successfully used in Arabic teaaching This research has benefited from this theory in foreign language teaching, especially in Arabic teaching.

The aim of the study is to use the strategies of multiple intelligence theories in the teaching of Arabic as a foreign language. This research is divided into two basic parts. Education and multiple intelligence theory strategies. Application of these strategies in teaching Arabic as a foreign language. The research was based on analytical method. English Copyright of Electronic Turkish Studies is the property of Electronic Turkish Studies and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission.

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The framework of this study was based on Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Ml theory that children differ in their strength and type of multiple domains of cognitive development and therefore display individual differences in learning. Gardner, Developmental psychologists agree on the fact that all children come from different biological and cultural backgrounds bringing along personal histories and specific experiences with them. This special disposition of each child sets up the differences in learning styles and ways of processing information. Arising from this fact individual i differences are given great attention in developing and implementing preschool curriculum. In this respect, it is important to develop activities to suit each child's interests and needs in order to make learning more accessible and functional. The aim of this study was to compare the acquisition of time concept among year olds attending the same preschool.

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