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The following examples of lessons and programs based upon MI theory are designed for different grade levels. Note that in some cases MI theory is used to provide the basis for the development of a program (e.g., a primary-level reading list); in other cases, MI theory is limited to the development of ideas that can be incorporated into existing curricular frameworks. In some cases, the educational focus is on the development of skills (e.g., learning how to multiply by 7); in other cases, the emphasis is more on concepts (e.g., understanding Boyle's Law). In every lesson, however, activities spanning all eight intelligences have been used to achieve the given instructional objective.