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Unformatted text preview: I hope you all are getting excited to embark on this path which is our class. I know I am! If Inviting Transformation is our compass, then Id like to present a few maps, or guides to facilitate our quest, too. So it unfolds- The following pages are guides to aid in the steps of engaging with class events: building and delivering or writing. They are also designed to promote co-assessment--I will use these maps to help shape my suggestions and you will use them for purposes of determining your own scores. (All assignments are worth 30 points and have tailored methods for distributing and rating those points.) Ready? Lets do this! Action! If maps could walk then that is precisely what this one would do. Concept applications are about putting into action, in your own, personally-tailored ways, understanding of ideas we encounter in Inviting Transformation and process in discussions. So, then, this concept application guide, in addition to the prompts I will supply, is geared towards facilitating those action creations. (You will use this guide a total of 6 times, one for each unit.) Action is about connection, action is about engagement, action is about rhythm. These are the elements that will guide you in building and delivering your concept applications. Take One! E N A C T I N G C O N N E C T I O N I N V I T I N G E N G A G E M E N T F L O W IN G W IT H R H Y T H M C O N C E P T A P P L I C A T I O N G U I D E The speaker has delivered an application that: ~Enacts or illustrates the significance of the unit concept in the world and in our lives. (Transforms general knowledge of the concept into meaningful enactment or illustration of a situation where the concept unfolds in the world and our lives.) /5 ~Contextualizes the significance of the concept. (Highlights important personal, cultural, economic, historical, or other circumstances informing the role of the concept in the given situation.) /5 The speaker has delivered an application that: ~Is self-reflexive. (Draws from personal experiences, insights, interests, or goals to consider how self shapes and is shaped by the ways the concept unfolds in the particular situation.) /5 ~Incorporates audience members views. (Draws from alternative perspectives to consider how others shape and are shaped by the ways the concept plays out in the particular situation.) /5 The speaker has delivered an application that: ~Utilizes classroom space and other resources creatively. (Uses a variety of materials to create an original and fluid enactment or illustration of the particular situation.) /5 ~Is sensitive to time. (The application is between 5-10 minutes to acknowledge space of audience and following speakers.) /5 Point total: /30 (5=outstanding; 4=very good; 3=good; 2=adequate; 1=poor) F L O W IN G W IT H R H Y T H M E N A C T IN G C O N N E C T IO N IN V IT IN G E N G A G E M E N T A...
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