2021, VOL. 7 ISSUE 1, PART D
Verbal intelligence is the ability to analyze information and solve problems using language-based reasoning. Language-based reasoning may involve reading or listening to words, conversing, writing or even thinking. From classroom learning to social communication to texting and email, our modern world is built around listening to or reading words for meaning and expressing knowledge through spoken language.
The present study was carried out with the objective- (1) To assess the level of verbal intelligence among students of Government Upper Primary School with respect to their Age and Family Income. A total no. of 80 children randomly selected from government Upper Primary schools of Kurebhar Block of Sultanpur city. Verbal Intelligence Test developed by Dr. R. K. Ojha and Dr. K. Ray Chaudhary (2005) were applied to children for assessing verbal intelligence of children. Most of the children belonged to Normal category, some belonged to Bright-Normal and Dull Normal and there were very few respondents who belonged to Very Superior, Superior, Borderline and Defective category of Verbal Intelligence.
The major finding of this study is that the most of the boys (31.25%) had Normal Verbal Intelligence and Most of the girls (27.5%) also had Normal Verbal Intelligence.