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Intelligence is still an evolving study field and we should have consciousness on how it work, most of the intelligences type are involved in a typical ESA lesson but how do they work? Can they really be useful? Fluid intelligence and crystallized intelligence are the most famous and known, the fluid intelligence help in problem solving, general elaboration of information it help more in some exercise like gap-fill activity hangman etc. Crystallized intelligence is often more focused and is affected from the environment where the student live, it also involve the knowledge coming from past experiences. Howard Gardner give a new, different conception to the word “intelligence” they are more and different and vary according to the task we are accomplishing, the musical intelligence, as example define our ability to play an instrument or write a composition, the bodily kinesthetic intelligence is the ability to use body to solve problems and is often attributed to athletic skills, in an educational environment it can be activated with role-play games or using manipulatives, the logical mathematical intelligence is often misunderstood as example of a person IQ but it refers to the ability to think logically, usually students with a good logical mathematical intelligence are good in seeing patterns, math and problem solving. Students with a great linguistic intelligence usually are able to express theirself better and learn new languages and words more easily. Spatial intelligence differ from bodily kinesthetic, it allow a better perception of space and depth usually these students have a better long term memory. Students with an high interpersonal intelligence are more empathetic, allowing a better classroom collaboration. However all of these intelligences can be arduous to amalgamate, a teacher may not consider useful refer to a student’s bodily kinesthetic intelligence to teach as it can be less flexible to the needs of the whole class, even a student with an expensive interpersonal intelligence can be a problem to a classroom, creating chaos, even just having to adapt to these concept can be stressful for a teacher, a lesson of this kind can also be difficult to schedule, as it require meticulous planning and students question or difficulties can slow down the lesson pace. In the other hand a good teacher should be able to deal with every kind of students, having more knowledge on how to work better with a specific student can be very productive and rewarding, the students will be more keen and encouraged. In conclusion we can say that even if some kind of intelligence can be more difficult to integrate in a lesson a good teacher should be able to deal with this situation and merge the students abilites to find a good compromise, this situation can be very productive and help a lot the class formation and cooperation giving them more determination in their study, even with other teacher during other lessons, however some of the previous statement may change over time as they are very new topics and may be revised.