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A descirption of how Canadian logic patterns differ from those in other cultures.

A descirption of how Canadian logic patterns differ from those in other cultures.

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    Logic patterns v2 Logic patterns v2 Presentation Transcript

    • Canadian Logic Patterns
    • Canadian Logic Patterns
    • Canadian Logic Patterns
      Modern Day English
    • Canadian Logic Patterns
      *Wikipedia (2010)
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      In Canada we usually introduce the main or most important idea first. Next comes the supporting ideas or ideas of much less importance.
      Canadian Logic Patterns
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      In some other cultures they give one idea, jump to another, then the next, and so on and end up at the most important idea last.
      Canadian Logic Patterns
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      Yet another culture gives many ideas one after another which seem unrelated. In the middle of all these ideas is the main idea.
      Canadian Logic Patterns
    • Canadian Logic Patterns
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      To Canadians, information given following the patterns in the previous two examples is very confusing!
    • Canadian Logic Patterns
      The following slide contains an example of the way in which Canadians commonly like to give and receive information.
    • An Example of Canadian Logic Patterns