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STEP-BY-STEP Text Analysis... discovery

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STEP-BY-STEP Text Analysis... discovery

  1. 1. CONCEPTS  SCENES/QUOTES  TECHNIQUES  EFFECTS  CONCEPTS
  2. 2. PHILOSOPHICAL DISCOVERIES The act of questioning the beliefs and acts of others, or the status quo, to discover your own understanding. Philosophy* can be re- discovered throughout time, based on different contexts and experiences. *philosophical = ideological / accepted wisdom / particular system of thought or doctrine / a set of core beliefs or principles /
  3. 3. CONCEPTS of Discovery Rubric + notes/answers Scene / Quote (page/notes) Techniques Effect of techniques and links to concept of Discovery. Text, composer, form, date : _____ ____________________________ • Identify the “ordinary world” (before the discovery) • Was world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovered something for the first time? • Was world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] rediscovered? Had it been lost, forgotten or concealed? • Was the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery sudden and unexpected? • Did the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery emerge from a process of deliberate and careful planning evoked by curiosity, necessity or wonder? • Was the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery fresh and intensely meaningful in ways that may be emotional, creative, intellectual, physical and spiritual?
  4. 4. WORLD DISCOVERY Discovering new worlds, both in a physical and philosophical sense. This can also relate to: • the adventurous discovery of new lands, • the scientific discovery of new planets or • the re-discovery of lost and ancient cultures.
  5. 5. ATTITUDINAL DISCOVERY Often called a “change of attitude”, discovering a new attitude based on experiences or knowledge. Often, this is required before any other form of discovery can occur. INTELLECTUAL DISCOVERY Discovery that is brought about due to rational thinking*, rather than an emotional response. (*reason / facts / evidence / proof)
  6. 6. Rubric + notes/answers Scene / Quote (page/notes) Techniques Effect of techs and links to concept of Discovery. • Was the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery confronting and provocative? • Did the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery lead us to new worlds and values? • Did the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery stimulate new ideas? • Does the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery enable us to speculate about future possibilities?
  7. 7. PHYSICAL DISCOVERY A tangible discovery relating to both the limitations and accomplishments of the human body. The discovery of something that affects someone in a physical way. DISCOVERY OF PLACE Physical discovery of a new place or environment. This can also include re- discovery of a place that has particular meaning for an individual, and can lead to shifts in perspective on a personal level.
  8. 8. Rubric + notes/answers Scene / Quote (page/notes) Techniques Effects of techs and links to concept of Discovery • Does the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery offer us a new understanding and renewed perception of ourselves and others? • How do the individual’s world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discoveries and their process of discovering vary according to personal, cultural, historical and social contexts and values? • How is the impact of the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery far-reaching transformative for the individual and for broader society? • Can this world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery be questioned or challenged when viewed from different perspectives? Can its worth be reassessed over time?
  9. 9. EMOTIONAL DISCOVERY Discovery that is based on a pure emotional response. Emotional discovery is often unexpected. Emotional discovery discards rational thought processes. RELATIONSHIP DISCOVERY The discovery of new relationships, or the re-discovery of established relationships. This is a form of personal discovery where one makes discoveries about another person based on the relationship that is formed.
  10. 10. Rubric + notes/answers Scene / Quote (page/notes) Techniques Effects of techs and links to concept of Discovery • What was the ramification of this world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery (to the individual or the world)? • How did the world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery in the text affirm or challenge individuals’ or more widely-held assumptions and beliefs about aspects of human experience and the world? • What world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discoveries have you made about people, relationships, societies, places and events and generated new ideas from the discovery in this text? • How has your understanding of the concept of world / self / attitudinal / place /____________ [insert concept] discovery deepened?
  11. 11. CULTURAL DISCOVERY Experiencing the shared values of a particular culture that allows reflection on one’s own culture and values. CREATIVE DISCOVERY The process of discovery through creative pursuits such as music, art, literature and drama.
  12. 12. The “ordinary world”… the individual’s, society’s and world’s experience, values and beliefs BEFORE THE trigger to discovery. Step 1. Ordinary world Step 2. The TRIGGER Step 3. the PROCESS Step 4. the CONSEQUENCES

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