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In addition, they connected predicting/planning to self-presentation strategies, thereby making a clear link to identity envisionment. Prospective reflection, particularly when focused on problem solving, creates space for individuals to construct claimed identities, as opposed to taking on assigned identities derived from previous prototypes.
Langer's concept of envisionment building (Langer 2011).
"My story was kind of an envisionment of what I'm scared of - something appearing at my window or door late at night," Nick said.
Passive readers do not engage with the text in a way that allows meaning to develop from "the transaction that occurs between the reader and the text wherein the reader constructs a personal envisionment of meaning" (Barson 2000, 565).
Arthur Robinson re-conceptualized the link between the "eye" and "I" in terms of projective envisionment: it is the narrator's "evil I" that makes him see the "evil eye" in the old man; hence, the narrator is actually the one who has the evil eye.
It needs to be part of a theory of thinking or envisionment that agents can cause themselves to have a concept in their focus of attention.
So, what practical and specific steps would a university professor of literature take to employ, say a Langer-type "envisionment model" in the classroom?
They use the "envisionment building" approach--developing interpretations by stepping into and moving through the text using their own unique perspectives.
"Oh God!" "Dear God," and the like, as pleas uttered in desperate nervous extremity, are the signifiers of illumination and envisionment at one, except inasmuch as the words stand shackled to wish.
The Envisionment and Discovery Collaboratory (EDC) (Arias, Eden, Fischeer, & Scharff, 1999) is a domain-oriented design environment to support lifelong learning.
did move beyond Israel's agenda in calling for both sides to "make their best efforts to avoid actions during the interim period that undermine the environment for the negotiations," and the envisionment of Palestinian autonomy as leading to a mutually respectful relationship "in which both sides eschew violence." Such a requirement, if legally encoded and enforced, would have drastically curtailed Israel's ability to exercise force in the territories; it also recognized that Israel, too, was capable of provocation and violence.
The inspirational and generative heteroglossia differs from the more conservative influence model of the modernists, which alludes not only to the author's erudition but also to a parochial envisionment of canonic homogeneity, Eliot's "monuments." Unlike "influences," which would still embody the notion of containment, this textual weaving asserts our own social construction.