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Class Design Laboratory I

  • Presentation

    Presentation

    Curricular Unit which aims to expand knowledge in the cultural, scientific, experimental and logistical fields, with the aim of broadening the reference frame of the thesis subjects.

  • Code

    Code

    ULHT669-17759
  • Syllabus

    Syllabus

    1. Cultural Knowledge: relates to "common sense". It is based on experiences taken/transmitted between people/generations, including knowledge, beliefs, art, morals, law, customs and habits acquired by man as a member of society

     

    2. Scientific knowledge: knowledge based on science and exact principles. It exposes facts and data in a systematic and verifiable way, using verifiable observation, research, experimentation and validation processes

     

    3. Experimental Knowledge: knowledge based on experience, acquired through practice, in the process of observation, analysis and experimentation

     

    4. Logistical knowledge: theoretical knowledge associated to the practice. It develops and creates methods of producing ideas, products or behaviours, presenting guiding contents for the execution of tasks, practices of procedures and analysis of activities

     

    5. Concept of Narrative and Narrative

     

    6. Concept of time in the text: cyclical, segmented, infinite, and linear.

  • Objectives

    Objectives

    • Characterization of a word or text in the context of other words and other texts;
    • Characterization of a word or texts in the context of similarity;
    • Characterization of a word or texts in the context of relations of intensity or frequency;
    • Understanding the exponential nature of a text;
    • Understanding a text within a fixed (restricted) conceptual framework, or a mobile (evolving) conceptual framework
    • Infer causal relationships between different texts;
    • Identify text structures, in the context of cyclical, segmented, infinite, and linear time;
    • Understanding of text meaning and intention.
  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    The methodology used in each session is structured as follows: the sessions are oriented according to a methodological planning composing phases. Each phase is developed according to specific contents, articulated according to a class structure that includes theoretical and practical moments.

    The contents exposed and the exercises, as well as the results obtained, result from methodologies oriented towards the information concept domain that are related through dynamics of «transformation» that occurs when its characteristics reflect an alteration or a modification which gave way to a new "form"; A change from one "form" into another, a metamorphosis. Or by «transition» that occurs when its information characteristics represent an intermediate state, a change from one condition to another, a journey.

  • References

    References

    1. Le Bon, G., (2020), A Psicologia das multidões, Silveira: Bookbuilders

    2. Goff, P., (2020), O Erro de Galileu - Bases para uma nova ciência da consciência, Lisboa: Temas e Debates

    3. Diamond, J., (2014), O Terceiro Chimpanzé - A Evolução e o Futuro do Animal Humano, Lisboa: Temas e Debates

    4. Larson, E., (2011), Evolução, Maia: Temas e Debates

    5. Lipton, B., (2015), A Biologia da Crença ¿ A libertação do poder da consciência, da Matéria e dos Milagres, Lisboa: Sinais de Fogo

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