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aporia summary. group 3 G.Marengui and R.Almasia

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    • “ The familiar, the foreign and the feelings” Group number 3 Marenghi, Gabriela Almasia, Roxana
      • Source:
      • “ Aporia: webs, passages, getting lost, and learning to go on.”
      • By Nicholas C. Burbules
    • Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help
      • The internet
      • The multimedia material is organised
      • in a rhizomatic system.
      • It is based on criss crossed references
      • The rules are made up as the learner is going along.
      • The destination is unknown .
    • Unknown point foreign
      • The choice
      • Several paths link a known point (familiar), to unknown points (foreign).
      • A feeling of being lost is produced by this movement (path, link).
      • This choice is affected by the doubt.
      Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help
    • Unknown point foreign
      • The doubt
      • The doubt is a deeper Kind of aporia (lack of path)
      • The first sense of doubt is an empty pause (be paralyzed) and it is not an educational movement.
      Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help
      • The second sense is a cessation of movement, a delay caused by the multiple choices
      • A passage through ≠
      • A passage from ≠
      • A passage to
      Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help
    • Unknown point foreign
      • The translation
      • Learners should be helped in the translation (a path from the foreign to the familiar) by the teacher.
      • They should be helped to become a path maker.
      • There are no leaders, the aporia
      • is a shared state .
      Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help
    • Conclusion
      • The sensation of being lost or being stuck, can paralyze us avoiding to make a choice.
      • Changes can improve our situation , even if we feel fear or we feel threaten by the unknown.
      Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help
    • Unknown point foreign Known point familiar Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Unknown point foreign Known point Translation The path The doubt Teacher`s help