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Analogies and Metaphors in Creative Design

1 Analogies and Metaphors in Creative Design J. Hey 1, J. Linsey 2, A. Agogino 3, K. Wood 4 6102 Etcheverry Hall Department of Mechanical engineering

Analogies Complete each analogy by writing the

Name: _____ Analogies Complete each analogy by writing the correct word on the blank line. 1. Sing is to sang as eat is to _____.

Analogies Directions: Complete each analogy by writing the ...

Name: _____ Analogies Directions: Complete each analogy by writing the correct word on the blank line. Then, tell why you chose each word.

Analogies: Critical Thinking Across Content Areas

A nalogous thinking is already a part of many classrooms. The processes involved in solving analogies in the content areas empower students. Thinking analogically requires learners to: * actively process information * make important connections * use information and skills to identify ...

Interactive Analogies

Interactive Analogies Sean P. Brophy sean.brophy@vanderbilt.edu Vanderbilt University Box 45, GPC Nashville, TN 37201 Daniel L. Schwartz schwardl@ctrvax. vanderbilt.edu Vanderbilt University Box 45, GPC Nashville, TN 37201 Abstract: The goal of this paper is to describe our initial efforts at ...

C E L L A N A L O G I E S C O L L A G E Overvie from ...

CELL ANALOGIES COLLAGE Overview Often it’s easier to understand something if you compare it to something else. This is the idea behind an analogy.

Analogy

Gentner, D. (1998). Analogy. In W. Bechtel & G. Graham (Eds.), A companion to cognitive science (pp. 107-113). Oxford: Blackwell. Analogy DEDRE CENTNER Analogies are partial similarities between different situations that support further inferences.

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FOR-PD's Reading Strategy of the Month (Developed by Smith, L. & Zygouris-Coe, V., 2008) "because people by what they understand, are best led to what they understand not" ~ George Herbert, "A Priest to the Temple, Or, The Country Parson" Rationale: Whether comparing the concept of cells to ...

Sampler for grades K-12

Analogies for grades K-12 Primary Analogies Grades K-1, 2, 3 Developed by teachers in the Ridgewood, New Jersey Public Schools Primary Analogies, Books 1, 2, and 3, teaches primary students to think analytically with picture and simple word analogies—a program rarely done before at this ...

Modeling analogy as probabilistic grammar

Moreover, in the ideal case, restrictions on possible analogies should follow from intrinsic properties of the architecture of the model, and not need to be stipulated posthoc.