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Depth and Complexity

QuestionAnswer
Is Language of the Discipline a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Details a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Patterns a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Unanswered Questions a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Rules a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Ethics a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Trends a depth or a complexity? Depth
Is Changes over Time a depth or a complexity? Complexity
Is Across the Discipline a depth or a complexity? Complexity
Is Different Perspectives a depth or a complexity? Complexity
Is Big Ideas a depth or a complexity? Depth
What are the paraphrased concepts for Language of the Discipline? Specialized vocabulary, skills and tasks specific to the discipline, tools used, benefit to society
What are the paraphrased concepts for Details? Elaboration, identify attributes, parts, factors, distinguishing traits
What are the paraphrased concepts for Patterns? Identifying reoccurring elements or events
What are the paraphrased concepts for Unanswered Questions? Identify unclear ideas or missing information, discuss areas yet to be explored or proven, note conclusions that need further evidence or support, ambiguity
What are the paraphrased concepts for Rules? the structure, the order, the hierarchy of principles that are visible, the classification of, the guidelines that affect it
What are the paraphrased concepts for Ethics? Determine elements that reflect prejudice, discrimination, identify “value” ideas, note different points of view, look at the pros and cons, right and wrong.
What are the paraphrased concepts for Trends? Name the factors that cause events to occur: social, economic, political, graphic and identify patterns of change over time
What are the paraphrased concepts for Big Ideas? Determine a rule or general statement that summarizes information or draws a conclusion based on evidence drawn from a collection of facts or ideas
What are the paraphrased concepts for Changes Over Time? Describe relationships between past present and future
What are the paraphrased concepts for Across the Discipline? Relate/Integrate the areas of study to include the methodology of other disciplines, Examples include: Math and Art; Music and History; Science and Literature
What are the paraphrased concepts for Different Perspectives? Discuss multiple perspectives related to an area of study, explore opposing viewpoints, reflect on advantages of diversity
What is the iconic prompt for Language of the Discipline? A Mouth
What is the iconic prompt for Details? A Flower with petals
What is the iconic prompt for Patterns? 5 dots linked together to form a Z
What is the iconic prompt for Unanswered Questions? Question marks
What is the iconic prompt for Rules? Squares connected to make a web diagram
What is the iconic prompt for Ethics? A diamond that is half black and half white
What is the iconic prompt for Trends? A chart with a zigzag arrow through it
What is the iconic prompt for Big Ideas? A building with 3 columns
What is the iconic prompt for Changes Over Time? A clock with past present and future written around it
What is the iconic prompt for Across the Discipline? A circle, cube, and pyramid with a line through all 3 to connect them
What is the iconic prompt for Different Perspectives? Glasses, binoculars, and a magnifying glass
Created by: mrsmurphy14
 

 



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