DAE MODEL                                                                                                                 ...
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DAE Model for 13 March TILT blog post

  1. 1. DAE MODEL Standards DAE Process Examples for agreements Level 1: What happened? She: “The policeman is getting out of his car and What was said? GeneralDescribe What did you see? What showing me his gun.” He’s saying, “Get back in agreement I see the car now!” Statements about what appears to be "objectively" out there He: “She is stepping slowly out of her car.” She: “I don’t see any sign that I’m not supposed  How do these observations fit to drive here, so why is he pulling me over?” together and what else must be “Even though he pulled me over when I didn’t do Level 2: What anything wrong, I’m politely stepping out of my assumed to make sense of them? Alternative helpsAnalyze  Try to think of at least three explain carto show respect.” explanations different analyses/ interpretations He:“Even though snow is covering the sign, she possible what I see  “This might mean that….” should know it’s a one-way street. Not only did she violate the traffic sign, she’s further violating the law by stepping out of the safety of her car.” What positive or negative feelings do you have? (My gut reaction) She: “He hates me. I didn’t do anything wrong Level 3: My reasoned judgment(any feelings What and I showed respect, but he’s trying to kill me.”Evaluate of resistance when I tried to do D I feel about He: “She’s crazy! She went the wrong way, and No one else has to agree and A, but if you ask how I feel, if what I see how dare she get out of the car! What a you ask my opinion . . .) dangerous lady!” “Here’s how I feel about that!” © 2012Kyoung-Ah Nam, Ph.D.

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