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AREA OF STUDY: DISCOVERY

Any statement from the discovery rubric can fit into one of these categories: Who,
What, When, Where, Why? and How.

DISCOVERY

Who?
- Scientists - Open- - Truth-
- Explorers minded Seekers
- Philosophers - Curious

- What?
- Phycological - Spiritual - Friendship

- When?
- Future - Times of - Sadness
- Past Need - Desperation
- Childhood

- Where?
- New Places - Exotic Place - Inner/Mental
- The Past - Familiar
- Future Lands

- Why?
- Necessity - Understandi - Curious
- Boredom ng - Change
- Accidental

- How?
- Benefit - New - Strengthen
- Detriment Perspective Identity
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- The Rubric
The ways in which the concept of discovery is
represented in and through texts. HOW?
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The Experience of discovering something for the first
time or rediscovering something that has been lost,
forgotten or concealed. WHAT?
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Discoveries can be sudden and unexpected, or they
can emerge from a process of deliberate and careful
planning evoked by curiosity, necessity or wonder.
HOW?
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Discoveries can be fresh and intense.
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- Discovery: A 3-Way Process


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What Initiates the discovery?
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How does the discovery take place?
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What is the outcome and effect of the discovery?