By James F. Adomanis
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Consider the expression, ‘Lung cancer death rates’. Is this ‘rates’ at which people die of lung cancer, or rates at which lungs die from cancer? You can’t know this unless you are privy to what the discussion has been. Nominalisations are used to compact information—whole conversations— that we assume people (or at least ‘experts’) are up on. They are signals for those in the ‘game’ and thus are also ways to keep people out. Transitivity indicates how much agency and effect one designs into a sentence.
Molecules in a flowing liquid are a clear example of such a system: ephemeral, but functional combinations of molecules arise fluidly and adaptably in response to environmental feedback and assistance frominside and outside the liquid system. The now oft-celebrated ‘flattenedhierarchies’ in the ‘new capitalism’ are examples too: flexible, boundary-crossing teams, and even networks of businesses, form and reform projectby project to adapt to and transform changing markets. Another example isthe way in which cognitive science increasingly defines human intelligenceas the flexible and context-sensitive manipulation of NEW PEOPLE IN NEW WORLDS 43 patterns (dynamicimages), rather than in terms of following general decontextualised rules.
As educators we need to discuss and to debate the overall shape of that design as we supplement literacy pedagogy in the ways suggested by the notion of Multiliteracies. Different conceptions of education and society lead to very specific forms of curriculum and pedagogy, which in turn embody designs for social futures. To achieve this, we need to engage in a critical dialogue with the core concepts of fast capitalism, of emerging pluralistic forms of citizenship, and of different lifeworlds. This is the basis for a new social contract, a new commonwealth.
A Teacher's Guide to Colonial America: A History in Documents (Pages from History) by James F. Adomanis