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Title of host publicationExploring Talk in School: Inspired by the Work of Douglas Barnes
DatePublished - 2008
Pages91-114
PublisherSage
Place of PublicationLondon
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)9781847873781

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Classroom talk, by which children make sense of what their peers and teachers mean, is the most important educational tool for guiding the development of understanding and for jointly constructing knowledge. So what practical steps can teachers take to develop effective classroom interaction? Bringing together leading international researchers and drawing on the pioneering work of Douglas Barnes, this book considers ways of improving classroom talk. Key Features Examines classroom communication and managing social relations Addresses talk in science classrooms Covers using critical conversations in studying literature Looks at exploratory talk and thinking skills Discusses talking to learn and learning to talk in the mathematics classroom Investigates the 'emerging pedagogy' of the spoken word With an accessible blend of theory, research and practice, the book will be a valuable resource for teachers, teacher-trainers, policy makers, researchers, and students.

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