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The Cone of Experience is presented in its inverted form such that the base is broader than its apex. It is made up of eleven bands which are arranged in an increasing degree of abstractions as one move from the base to the apex as follows. The Cone of Experience.

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The Cone of Experience is presented in its inverted form such that the base is broader than its apex. It is made up of eleven bands which are arranged in an increasing degree of abstractions as one move from the base to the apex as follows.

The Cone of Experience


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Three –fold Analysis of Experience by Jerome Bruner

  • ENACTIVE- refers to the direct or actual experiences or encounter with what is. This is a life on the raw, rich and unedited. They form the bases for all other learning experiences.

  • ICONIC- Refers to the more abstract experiences which could be in the form of picture

  • SYMBOLIC- refers to the use of the words or printed materials which no longer resemble the subject under study.



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BRUNER’S THREE- FOLD ANALYSIS

OF EXPERIENCE

INCREASING ABSTACTION

SYMBOLIC

ICONIC

HENCE INCREASING DIFFICULTY

ENACTIVE


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  • The BRUNER’S THREE-FOLD ANALYSIS suggests

  • that learning is more impressive if one proceeds from the concrete to abstract, or from specific to general because more senses are involved and the relationships are built in a more pronounced manner.


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