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The Art of Discussion-Based Teaching

Vörumerki: Taylor and Francis
Vörunúmer: 9781135912048
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The Art of Discussion-Based Teaching

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
    • What are Discussions?
    • Why Discussion-Based Teaching?
    • Obstacles to Discussion-Based Teaching
    • It’s Harder than it Looks
    • Purpose of the Book
    • Organization of the Book
    • Discussions and Activities
    • How to Use the Book
    • What Teachers Need to Know
  • part one Classroom Discourse Moves
    • one Asking Questions
      • Framing Discussion
      • Purpose and Desired Outcomes
      • Reflections
      • Introduction
      • The Benefits of Asking Questions
      • Types of Questions
      • An Overview of Bloom’s Taxonomy
        • Knowledge
        • Comprehension
        • Application
        • Analysis
        • Synthesis
        • Evaluation
      • Recall or Recitation Questions
      • Beyond Recitation: Create and Use Questions
      • Increasing Student Participation
        • Providing Cues
        • Convergent vs Divergent Questions
      • How Much Guidance is Appropriate?
      • Asking Fewer Questions to Increase Thinking
      • Analyzing Questions
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activity
    • two Student Responses
      • Framing Discussion
      • Introduction
      • Elaboration
        • Calculating the Ratio of Teacher to Student Talk
        • Facilitating Elaboration
        • Reflection
        • Charting Response Patterns
      • Assessing Thinking Skills
        • Asking Good Questions is Not Enough
        • Wait Time
      • Assessing Student-to-Student Interactions
        • Teaching Students to Ask Questions
        • Synthesizing Ideas
        • Facilitating Discussion
        • Talking in Groups
      • Assessing Content Knowledge
        • Pre, Formative, and Post Assessment
          • Preassessment
          • Formative assessment
          • Summative assessment
      • Assessing Discussions through Student Writing
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
    • three Teacher Follow Up Moves
      • Framing Discussion
      • Introduction
      • Pausing
      • Evaluative Comments
        • Confirmations
        • Rejections
      • Follow Up or Probing Questions
      • Guiding Responses
        • Repetitions
        • Elaborations
        • Reformulations
        • Recapitulations (Recaps)
        • Explanations
        • Cues
      • Participant Frameworks
      • Analyzing Participant Frameworks
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
  • part two Guiding and Creating Discussions
    • four Guiding Discussions
      • Framing Discussion
      • Purpose and Desired Outcomes
      • Participants
      • Setting
      • Assessment of Student and Teacher Discourse
      • Dialogue
      • Assessment of Student Discourse
      • Assessment of Teacher Discourse
      • Reflections
      • Introduction
      • Convergent and Divergent Discussion Patterns
        • Divergent to Convergent Pattern of Discourse Moves
        • Convergent to Divergent Discourse Moves
        • Summary
      • Inductive and Deductive Discussions
        • Inductive Discussions
        • Deductive Discussions
        • Summary
      • Combining Discussion Patterns
        • Inductive Discussion: Divergent to Convergent Discourse Moves
        • Inductive Discussion: Convergent to Divergent Discourse Moves
        • Deductive Discussion: Divergent to Convergent Discourse Moves
        • Deductive Discussion: Convergent to Divergent Discourse Moves
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
        • Purpose and Setting
        • Participants
        • Assessment of Discourse
        • Activities
        • Study Group Activity
    • five Creating Discussions
      • Framing Discussion
        • Background
        • Lesson Description
        • Restructuring the Lesson
        • Expected Discourse
      • Introduction
      • Eliciting Multiple Student Responses
        • Exploring Values
        • Seeking Facts or Relationships
        • Student Knowledge
      • Discussion Designs
        • Responding to a Problem
        • Responding to an Observation
        • Responding to a Reading
        • Reflecting on Classroom Activities
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
  • part three Keeping Students Involved
    • six Building a Climate for Discussion
      • Framing Discussion
      • Introduction
      • Building Discussion through Relationship
        • Showing Personal Interest
        • Active Listening
        • Being Respectful
        • Providing One-on-One Support
      • Building Relationships Among Students
        • Procedural Talk
        • Setting Expectations
      • Cooperative Learning
        • Holding Students Accountable
          • Informal Accountability Strategies
        • Teaching Collaborative Skills
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
        • Introduction
        • Activity
        • Usual Classroom Discourse
        • Restructured Activity
        • Reflections
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
    • seven Supporting Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
      • Framing Discussion
        • Purpose and Desired Outcomes
        • Participants
        • Setting
      • Introduction
      • An Increasingly Diverse Population
      • A Mismatch Between Home and School Culture
      • Cultural Differences and Discussion
        • Topic-Centered Discourse and Associative Discourse
        • Culturally Congruent Teaching
          • Asian Americans
          • Native Americans
          • African Americans
          • Latino
        • Summary
      • Enhancing Discussion-Based Teaching for CLD Students
        • Building Relationships
        • Cooperative Learning
        • Connecting with Previous Experience
        • Preparation
        • Provide Visuals
        • Use Guarded Vocabulary
        • Teach Strategies
        • Allow Use of their Native Language
      • Providing Individual Support
        • Listen Mindfully
        • Remain Nonjudgmental
        • Search for Differences
        • Probe Initial Responses
        • Help Others Search for Differences
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activity
  • Part four The “Bow Tie”
    • eight The Bow Tie
      • Framing Discussion
      • Activity Modification: Changing a Closed Discourse to an Open Discourse
        • Closed Activity
        • Open Activity
        • Framing Discussion
        • Conceptual Discussion
        • Application Discussion
        • Conclusion
      • Introduction
      • The Basis for the Bow Tie
      • Overview of the Bow Tie
      • Using the Bow Tie to Create New Discussions
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
    • nine Creating the Framing Discussion
      • Framing Discussion
        • Description of Lesson/Unit
        • Current Discourse: Participant Framework
        • Restructuring Plan for More Open Discourse
        • Expected Discourse
      • Introduction
      • Preparation and Group Work for Framing Discussions
      • Providing Individual Help during the Framing Discussion
      • Accountability Strategies for the Framing Discussion
      • Discourse Moves Associated with the Framing Discussion
      • Framing Discussion Example
        • Preparation and Group Work
        • Accountability Strategies
        • Discourse Moves for Framing Discussions
      • What the Teacher Needs to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
    • ten Creating the Conceptual Discussion
      • Framing Discussion
        • Nature of Activity/Discussion
        • Current Classroom Discourse Related to this Activity
        • Restructuring of Activity
        • Reflection
      • Introduction
      • Preparation and Group Work for the Conceptual Discussion
      • Providing Individual Help During the Conceptual Discussion
      • Accountability Strategies for the Conceptual Discussion
      • Discourse Moves Associated with the Conceptual Discussion
      • Conceptual Discussion Example
        • Preparation and Group Work
        • Accountability Strategies
        • Discourse Moves
      • What the Teacher Needs to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
    • eleven Creating the Application Discussion
      • Framing Discussion
        • Setting
        • Participants
        • Purpose and Desired Outcome
        • Assessment of Student Discourse
        • Reflection
      • Introduction
      • Preparation and Group Work for Application Discussions
      • Providing Individual Help
      • Accountability Strategies for the Application Discussion
      • Discourse Moves Associated with the Application Discussion
      • Application Discussion Example
        • Preparation and Group Work
        • Accountability Strategies
        • Discourse Moves
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
  • part five Analyzing Discussions
    • twelve Collaborating in a Teacher Study Group
      • Framing Discussion
      • Introduction
      • Benefits of Audio and Videotaping
      • Limitations of Videotaping
      • Collecting Videotapes
      • Transcribing the Tapes
      • Forming the Teacher Study Group
        • Managing Time
        • Establishing Group Norms
          • Reducing Risk
        • Structuring the Discussion
          • Background Information
          • Observations
          • Interpretations
          • Design a Plan
        • Facilitating the Discussion
          • Asking Good Questions
      • What Teachers Need to Know
      • Application Discussion
        • Time
        • Participation
        • Focus
      • Activities
        • Study Group Activities
  • For Further Reading
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5
    • Chapter 6
    • Chapter 7
    • Chapter 8
    • Chapter 12
  • References
  • Index

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