Entitled to Speak: Talk in the Classroom [Book Review]

Studies in Philosophy and Education 20 (3):267-274 (2001)
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Abstract

For young children, learning begins in conversation contexts such as schools. The author of this paper contends that talk activities are fundamental to future knowledge and understanding. Implicit is critique of a current British model that values the practice of speaking through effective talk. This view is contrasted to one centered on expressive speech and authentic listening

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