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Figure 2.3:

FRAMING

Strong (Transmitter)

  • Control over selection, sequence

pacing, criteria, social base.

  • Transmitter: More Control

  • Acquirer: Less Control

Weak

(Acquirer)

  • *

    Control over communication and social base (clients determine context of discourse).

    • *

      Acquirer: More Control.

    • *

      Transmitter: Less Control.

*There could be different types of framing within the same discourse.

Pedagogy

  • Rigid.

  • Fixed.

  • Predetermined.

  • Autocratic.

  • Linear.

Pedagogy

  • *

    Flexible/ variable

    • *

      Learner-centred.

    • *

      Spontaneous.

    • *

      Fluid.

    • *

      Dynamic.

CURRICULA

Collection

Integration

The idea is to identify if the teacher allows the two learning areas to interact and share the concepts (weak classification) that are chosen for this study or not (strong classifications). Also to see how strong or weak is the framing when the teachers allow the learners to explore the different concepts ( strong framing) from the two different perspectives of the two learning areas,

Prevein Marnewicke: Forms and meanings of Integration. A case study towards completion

of a Master of Education degree.

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