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Table 10 Sourcing in multimodal biology lecture

From: Pedagogic register analysis: mapping choices in teaching and learning

  Role Sourcing Source Interact Act
1 So let’s look at the basic structures of the kidney. dK1 Class Image Invite Perception
2 Like a lot of organs, the kidney has an outer and inner region. K1 Part Image impart knowledge
[point at Image]   Point Image Invite Attention
3 And like a lot of organs, the outer region is called the cortex, and the inner region is called the medulla.   Repeat Prior   
4 So it’s true for any number of organs.   Repeat Prior   
5 You’ve got these little tongues – or papillae – of medulla, which are sitting in this cup of connected tissue.   Llocate Image Invite Perception
Compare  
[point at Image]   Point Image Invite Attention
6 You can’t see the whole cup, because the thing’s been cut in half.   Llocate Image Invite Perception
7 But you can imagine it’s almost like a funnel around the papilla.   Compare Image Invite Conception
[point at Image]   Point Image Invite Attention
8 And these are called calices – each one’s called a calyx, which I think is Latin for cup, or something like that.   Locate Image Impart Knowledge
9 Several of the cups – or calices – will combine to form this large structure here, which is the renal pelvis – which is essentially a funnel into this tube here.   Locate Image   
Class  
Compare  
[point at Image]   Point Image Invite Attention
10 So, the urine is produced in this part of the kidneys, drains through the calices, into the pelvis, and down through the ureter.   Locate    
Recast  
Okay? K1f    Check Reception