What do you understand by deconstruction?

What do you understand by deconstruction?

Deconstruction is a way of understanding how something was created, usually things like art, books, poems and other writing. Deconstruction is breaking something down into smaller parts. Deconstruction looks at the smaller parts that were used to create an object.

What is the meaning of expound?

transitive verb. 1a : to set forth : state. b : to defend with argument. 2 : to explain by setting forth in careful and often elaborate detail expound a law.

What is the explanation?

An explanation is a statement about how or why something is the way it is. Explanation is from the same Latin word as explain: explanare, which means make clear. Because explanation and explain are so closely related, people often try to shoehorn an extra i into the spelling of explanation.

What is a good explanation?

A good explanation is a description and justification of a process used to solve a mathematical exercise or problem that includes… An appeal to images that relate how the methods are actually modifying the quantities; • Goal statements that explain the purposes of the methods.

What is the definition of example?

1 : one that serves as a pattern to be imitated or not to be imitated a good example. 2 : a punishment inflicted on someone as a warning to others also : an individual so punished. 3 : one that is representative of all of a group or type.

How do you teach explaining?

  1. A quick guide to Explaining. (Most of this may seem really obvious…but I think it is worth spelling out; we can always explain better!)
  2. 1) Make connections from abstract ideas to everyday life.
  3. 2) Show it in action; the walk-through.
  4. 3) Use models…
  5. 4) Use pictures.
  6. 5) Analogies.
  7. 6) Set a depth gauge.
  8. Reciprocal Teaching.

How do you teach students to explain their thinking?

1.) As the student is explaining their thinking or their answer, record the main key words they say in a word bank of sorts. Then, restate to the student what you heard them say, and point to each word as you say it. Finally, have them record their thoughts using some or all of the key words you recorded for them.

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