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Classroom interaction

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College English, vol. 7, issue November 1984 (2000) pp. 13-22

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To practice critical thinking, students need to participate in the discourse of the discipline-to think, speak, and be listened to as they participate in the discipline's particular mode of inquiry. Students will not get enough practice just by talking to the instructor, and very little by just listening to the instructor. Students develop competency and become critical thinkers in classroom that opportunities for intensive, structured interaction among students.The article analiza principios de interacción en clases tales como collaborative learning, the value of group learning; collaborative tasks; and rules to create an iunteractive classroom

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  • Philip E Bishop

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