Teacher stories and emotional experience (II)
You can better understand and even use the story if you have an image of it. Here is an example of how this teacher’s story can be represented. In addition to the contradictions (vs) and congruences (=) you can see the relationships between them and with other parts of the story that are the cause or the consequence (><) of these contradictions and congruences.
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Let’s go back to your story. Try to build a representation of your story using the following template [PPT file – Narrative Structure_template]
This procedure can help you represent your story:
- Identify different desires and/or duties that appear in your story. Include them in the template using blue background squares .
- Identify contradictions and/or congruences. Include them in the template using the white background blue line squares. Use the connectors (vs) for contradictions and the connectors (=) for congruences.
- Can you identify any relationship between the different contradictions and congruences? Can you identify any other actions related to these contradictions and congruences?
On the slide, you can arrange the boxes and connectors as you like. Build your map in the way that best represents your story.
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