DEC Scan Journal : Volume 34 Issue 2
2015 Volume 34, Issue 2 11 Contents Editorial Teaching & learning Research Curriculum support Share this Resource reviews in sentences to demonstrate your understanding of these different meanings. • Consider synonyms of discovery and use in sentences to show how meanings vary. text, students could maintain a log in which they record their discoveries of: • a principal character or participant in the text • a central theme or concern of the text • themselves, as revealed through the experience of engaging with the text. One way of organising the log is as follows (add more rows as required): Chapter or epi- sode or scene or poem/ date Discoveries about character or participant in the text: XXXX Discoveries about a central theme or concern of the text:YYYY Discovery about self through the experience of engaging with the text Other notable discoveries for the student are complete, consider these questions: In what ways is the experience of engaging with any text an act of discovery? What discoveries did you make through your engagement with this particular text? Shutterstock Screenshot of a concept map made with FreeMind software.
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