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University of Texas Press. Carlinno the other course, the professor held class discussions based on readings that took place in and outside the classroom. Why teachers resist content reading instruction. In each institution, a course was chosen as a case, according to the following criteria: A discourse, or a fact? The students answer the professor but the answer is not audible. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19 3 Interactions of Writing and Classroom Discourse.

Pereira, Cecilia y Di Stefano, Mariana Vol 38, 6, June OK, who wants to be in charge? Hood, Susan y Martin, Cqrlino R.

The writing of urgency] In A. Furthermore, Sebastian not only relied on what students had read outside class.

Para tal fin, el escritor debe seleccionar los aspectos que considera relevantes para respaldar una finalidad argumentativa que ha elaborado de antemano.

Click here to sign up. An American perspective”, en C. The effects of note-taking and self questioning on quiz performance.

Ethical dilemmas for socially just teacher educators. OK, it says that it is a way of coming out of this inflation. Therefore, research that takes situated practices into account has to analyze how different teaching styles can facilitate or not a use of class-notes as a process.


Educational Theory, 51 4 University of Verona, September. As it can be seen, in this instructional scenario, reading texts was incorporated in class as an activity intertwined with learning disciplinary contents. Despite the difficulties that each student mentioned about note-taking, both of them showed that the lack of reading seemed to magnify the intrinsic challenge of taking notes Piolat, et al. The next interview fragments evidence the difficulties that these students found in relation to this issue: A guide to developing programs, Newbury Parck, CA: Some whispers can be heard coming from groups in which one person reads aloud while the partner follows the reading silently.

Referencias Andriessen, Jerry An exploration of social, cognitive, and instructional connections. According to the author, the use of written language entails different degrees of cognitive activity, making the epistemic level a central role in teaching and learning. Finally, we discuss our findings and offer suggestions for further research. He asks them what reading they had to work with. Lectura y Vida, 29 3 Where literacy is learned and taught.

Some studies have shown that this writing practice encourages learning not only when they review their notes, but also while they are taking them as it is an activity that facilitates retention and promotes connecting segments of information Kiewra, a, b; Laidlaw, et al. I do not work that much with sources; I work with very few sources because I aim at comprehensive reading of texts written by historians.

There is a maximum level of talk about texts and writing. Altogether, the way bibliography was used in Case 2 required an active role from students which could foster a more critical stance on readings. Furthermore, this usual idea of reading and writing does not take into account what Wells calls the epistemic level of literacy. OK, then it was not a defeat, but it was interpreted as one [ Reading Research Quarterly, 30 1 English in academic and research settings, Cambridge: In the following sections we review findings that relate reading and writing practices to thinking and learning processes as well as studies on note-taking.


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Despite the fact that a generalization of the results cannot be undertaken, these types of studies can give us tools to generate, reaffirm, or reformulate assumptions, theories, and hypothesis Stake, Conceptions of learning and understanding learning at work.

A dialogical teaching style then is coherent with conceiving reading as an operation centered on meaning construction, which requires an active role from students Lerner, ; Pzula, and the assumption escrubir a critical stance on texts Delpit, When students start talking louder, he looks at the class and then gets up, gets closer to S5 and S6 group, who are still silent.

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