___You understand what it means to frame the debate.
___You understand the issue, who is involved and contributing factors.
___You understand that successful framing puts your group in a favorable position to direct the discussion of the problem.
You understand when you should consider framing or reframing an issue:
___Every time you present your issue and want to gain support
___When you are attempting to influence the public agenda
___When framing by the opposition may interfere with your plan of action
You understand how to successfully frame an issue:
___You understand what the issue is.
___You understand how to frame an issue as "common ground."
___You understand how to frame an issue as "single angle."
___You know how to tell who is involved.
___You know how to communicate information about what contributes to the problem.
___You know how to communicate information about what contributes to the solution.
___You understand how to reframe the issue.