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White, Peter Robert Rearticulating articulation”, en D. Leeer in text-centered discussions prompted students to read more and paulw relate what they read with their class-notes. Developing socially just subject-matter instruction: Optimising the use of note-taking as an external cognitive aid for increasing learning. Then he looks at S3 and S4.

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.

Paula Carlino will give a conference on reading and writing with epistemic purposes.

The professor takes the copies that students have and looks at the pages, flipping them. Cambridge University Press, pp. According to Sebastian, the professor, course contents were directly linked to comprehensive reading of disciplinary texts, and, therefore, esdribir objective was to teach his students how to read texts written by historians.

Finally, we discuss our findings and offer suggestions for further research.

Do you think that the class helped you to understand that? Creo que, como dice el autor, la manera para conocer a la sociedad es estudiando sus discursos. A study of teaching and learning. Do teachers promote the use of reading and writing as learning tools in class or do they use these just as tasks for the evaluation of course contents? The following class-observation transcript offers an example: Before and…, after the year In this way, students did not spend too much time locating the relevant information in the chapter and thus were able to concentrate on interpreting the texts taking into account the questions posed in class.


The Journal of Communication, 38 3 Is it more or less clear? Lectura y Vida, 28 2 Second, Julia read aloud documents that the students did not have in their dossier.

This access was achieved through several teaching strategies that prompted dialogicality: Now you can see clearly why these natives want to go back, and they could do that by going back with Don Pedro de Mendoza expedition.

There was an interaction pattern between professor and students that appeared several times during the class: Each teaching styles seemed to not only affect the amount of bibliography students actually read, but also the way they used their class-notes to study, depending on the monological or dialogical strategies professors mainly used in their classes. And that, eh…, which one would be the source of that information that the professor gives you?

Conceptions of learning and understanding learning at work. In his own words: Farris, Christine y Smith, Raymond Accordingly, only those reading and writing tasks that entail analysis, comparison, and critical reflection of ideas actually can promote the elaboration of more complex knowledge Carter, et al.

How do they relate these spontaneous writings to the bibliography they have to read? 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.

Theoretical foundations and practices, Nueva York: Sciences Social Sciences Mathematics. Almost all students have underlined or highlighted the readings on their desks.

As a matter of fact, since Amanda and Sara did not read disciplinary texts, they tried to compensate by registering in their class-notes as much information as they were able to. Thus, students were not given the opportunity to go back to the readings in order to elaborate their own reflections on what was explained in class. According to students, this prompted them to use their class-notes to re-signify and consider the relevance of the information read, with talking, reading, and note- taking contextualizing each other.


Escribir, Leer y Escribir en la Universidad : Una Introduccion a la Alfabetizacion Academica

Then, he anticipates that apgender will ask a question for everybody and that each group will answer it according to the text they are reading. Para tal fin, el escritor debe seleccionar los aspectos que considera relevantes para respaldar una finalidad argumentativa que ha elaborado de antemano. First, we interviewed both professors.

Relacionado con este aspecto, pwula encuentra el uso constante del verbo modal deber. Escribir, leer y aprender en la universidad. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 26 4 Yet, according to both students, during the rest of the year they did not read the bibliography either.

Textual practices and learning processes in sociocultural settings. What defines when you take notes or not on what the teacher is saying? Our objective is to identify, through a qualitative approximation within the analysis of discourse, the linguistic marks that students make when taking their position with regard to an area of knowledge. Our study took place in two public teacher education institutions located in Buenos Aires.

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