“Live as if you were to die
tomorrow. Learn as if you were
to live forever.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
“Any fool can know.
The point is to
understand.”
― Albert Einstein
“Tell me and I forget, teach
me and I may remember,
involve me and I learn.”
― Benjamin Franklin
“[Kids] don't remember what you try to
teach them. They remember what you
are.”
― Jim Henson,
It's Not Easy Being Green: A...
“We learn from failure, not from
success!”
― Bram Stoker, Dracula
“Study hard what interests you the
most in the most undisciplined,
irreverent and original manner
possible.”
― Richard P. ...
“Study the past if you would define
the future.”
― Confucius
Theoretical Framework

http://matt-smedley.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/framework1.jpg
DEFINITION
- A a critical discussion, showing insight and
an awareness of differing arguments,
theories and approaches.
- ...
What a TFW is not?
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

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A list of authors that refer to specific topics.
A list of concepts that will be included...
Purpose of the CFW

Identifies the variables of the study
- “considered as the point of coincidence,
condensation, or accu...
Purpose
What to do in the TF?
• compare and contrast different authors' views on an issue
• group authors who draw similar conclus...
Length
Theoretical framework using mind map

http://chks.wested.org/using_results/resilience
How to Write a Theoretical
Framework
How to Write a Theoretical
Framework
STEPS
1. Synthesize and evaluate information
2. Identify the main ideas of the
literature
3. Identify the main argument of...
Common problems





Authors are
cited but the
writer does not
inform why.

Including own's
definition about
a term



...
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    1. 1. “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
    2. 2. “Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” ― Albert Einstein
    3. 3. “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin
    4. 4. “[Kids] don't remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” ― Jim Henson, It's Not Easy Being Green: And Other Thi
    5. 5. “We learn from failure, not from success!” ― Bram Stoker, Dracula
    6. 6. “Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible.” ― Richard P. Feynman
    7. 7. “Study the past if you would define the future.” ― Confucius
    8. 8. Theoretical Framework http://matt-smedley.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/framework1.jpg
    9. 9. DEFINITION - A a critical discussion, showing insight and an awareness of differing arguments, theories and approaches. - It should be a synthesis and analysis of the relevant published work, linked at all times to your own purpose and rationale.
    10. 10. What a TFW is not?      A list of authors that refer to specific topics. A list of concepts that will be included in the classroom project. My own definition of concepts based on authors' perspectives but without mentioning them. A summary of authors' assumptions on the topic under study. The inclusion of quotes without deep interpretations.
    11. 11. Purpose of the CFW Identifies the variables of the study - “considered as the point of coincidence, condensation, or accumulation of its own components” - clarifies, expands the scope of the project. - provides understanding of theory, not an explanation -
    12. 12. Purpose
    13. 13. What to do in the TF? • compare and contrast different authors' views on an issue • group authors who draw similar conclusions • criticise aspects of methodology • note areas in which authors are in disagreement • highlight exemplary studies • highlight gaps in research • show how your study relates to previous studies • show how your study relates to the literature in general • conclude by summarising what the literature says
    14. 14. Length
    15. 15. Theoretical framework using mind map http://chks.wested.org/using_results/resilience
    16. 16. How to Write a Theoretical Framework
    17. 17. How to Write a Theoretical Framework
    18. 18. STEPS 1. Synthesize and evaluate information 2. Identify the main ideas of the literature 3. Identify the main argument of the literature review 4. Organize the main points of the literature review 5. Write literature review
    19. 19. Common problems   Authors are cited but the writer does not inform why. Including own's definition about a term   Plagiarism Including just perspectives that support authors' assumptions   Same introductory line: In order for this classroom project proposal to have a theoretical ground.. Concluding paragraphs with quotes
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