Modeling Language Glyphs
5 E's of Education
November 2, 1996

Each component of the model is represented by a glyph, the name of the component and a definition, the meaning of the symbolism behind the glyph and a representation of the glyph that you can use in quick sketching, or shorthand notation.

5 E's of Education

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Glyph Etymology Symbology Quick
EXPECT (expectation): To look forward to the probable occurrence or appearance of. To look out at. Ladder: wisdom.
EXPLAIN: To make plain; remove obscurity from. To define, explicate. To offer reasons for, or a cause of. To spread out; completely flat plain. Fire: life, health, superiority, control
Lozenge: victory; intercommunication between inferior and superior.
EXEMPLIFY (example): To explain by example. Someone or something worthy of imitation or duplication. Serving as an illustration, a model, or an instance. To take out. Tower: ascension, metamorphosis of matter.
EXPERIENCE: The apprehension of an object, thought, or emotion through the senses or the mind. Active participation in events or activities leading to the accumulation of knowledge and skills. To try, test. Sheaf: unification, integration, strength, binding.
EXPLORE: To investigate systematically; examine, study. To search into or range over for the purpose of discovery. To search out. Cry out aloud. Fan: air, wind, imagination.

Definitions are paraphrased from The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language New College Edition, 1976

Symbolism is taken from either Carl G. Liungman's Dictionary of Symbols or J.E. Cirlot's A Dictionary of Symbols or a combination of both.

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