The Actualization of Literary Learning Model
Based on Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence
This article is inspired by Howard Gardner’s concept of linguistic intelligence and the related literature. Based on these, a literary learning model was developed. The article does not present an empirical study; rather, it is a conceptual paper which encompasses the concept of linguistic intelligence, which is disseminated into a literature-based learning of verbal-linguistic intelligence. The purpose of this paper is to formulate a literary learning model in the light of Gardner’s concept and based on the verbal-linguistic intelligence through a story-telling learning model with five steps namely arguing, discussing, interpreting, speaking, and writing about literary works. In short, the author draws a conclusion that learning-based models of verbal-linguistic intelligence can be designed with attention to five components namely (1) definition, (2) characteristics, (3) teaching strategy, (4) final learning outcomes, and (5) figures.