Browse by Subject "collaborative reasoning"
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Metadiscourse in oral discussions and persuasive essays of children exposed to collaborative reasoning (2013-02-03)Speakers and writers use metadiscourse to guide, caution, and implore their audiences. Written metadiscourse is a term for self-reflective expressions that help writers negotiate interactional meanings, assist in expressing ...
(2011-05-25)Dual-processing theories of conceptual change hypothesize that if children are more personally involved in a lesson they will process the information more deeply leading to more and stronger conceptual change (Dole & ...