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Challenging Learning Through Dialogue : Strategies to Engage Your Students and Develop Their Language of Learning - James Nottingham

Challenging Learning Through Dialogue

Strategies to Engage Your Students and Develop Their Language of Learning

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Using classroom discussions to teach good habits of thinking 

Research shows that classroom discussion has a major effect on student learning. So, how do we get students to talk more? Challenging Learning Through Dialogue transforms the most up-to-date research into practical strategies that work. Readers will learn

  • How to build in more “wait-time” for better quality thinking and questioning from students
  • How to use dialogue to teach reasoning, collaboration, and good habits of thinking
  • The three types of dialogue and how to teach the most effective version: exploratory talk
  • Dozens of practical strategies for exploratory dialogue
  • Global examples of fun ways to teach dialogue

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"James Nottingham has masterfully explained what dialogue is and how to use it in the classroom through powerful strategies. These powerful strategies challenge students to engage in deep thinking and understanding. The myriad of examples bring the strategies to life and I could envision the possible student exchanges with the use of these strategies as I was reading."

List of Figures
The Challenging Learning Story
Foreword by Douglas Fisher
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Contributors
Introduction
The Language of Learning
Chapter 1: Why Dialogue?
1.0 Why Dialogue?
1.1 Reasons for Dialogue 1: Learning How to Think
1.2 Reasons for Dialogue 2: From Surface to Deep
1.3 Reasons for Dialogue 3: Creating a Climate of Trust
1.4 Reasons for Dialogue 4: Developing Language to Express Understanding
1.5 Review
1.6 Next Steps
Chapter 2: Dialogue Essentials
2.0 Dialogue Basics
2.1 Putting Dialogue in the Context of Educational Objectives
2.2 The Hidden Classroom
2.3 Active Engagement
2.4 Conditions for Successful Dialogue
2.5 Language for Dialogue
2.6 Exploratory Talk
2.7 Review
2.8 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 3: Dialogue to Engage Students
3.0 Preview
3.1 Getting the Ethos Right
3.2 Issuing Invitations
3.3 Encouraging and Engaging
3.4 Restating
3.5 Reformulating
3.6 Review
3.7 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 4: One Way to Learn How to Think: Develop Reasoning
4.0 Preview
4.1 The Language of Reasoning
4.2 Developing the Language of Reasoning
4.3 Process of Reasoning
4.4 Routines to Develop Reasoning
4.5 Developing a Reasoning Repertoire
4.6 Reasoning Moves
4.7 Review
4.8 Next Steps
Chapter 5: Dialogue Groupings
5.0 Preview
5.1 Dialogue Groupings
5.2 Ground Rules for Dialogue Groups
5.3 Whole-Group Dialogue
5.4 Splitting Large Groups Into Two
5.5 Small-Group Dialogues With a Teacher
5.6 Small-Group Dialogues Without a Teacher
5.7 Final Word About Groupings
5.8 Review
5.9 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 6: Dialogue Detectives
6.0 Preview
6.1 Appointing Dialogue Detectives
6.2 Clues to Detect: Focusing on Performance
6.3 Clues to Detect: Focusing on Thinking Structures
6.4 Other Clues to Detect
6.5 Review
6.6 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 7: Dialogue Structures
7.0 Preview
7.1 Paired Dialogue
7.2 Opinion Lines
7.3 Opinion Corners
7.4 Choosing Corners
7.5 Talking Heads
7.6 Jigsaw Groups
7.7 Clustering
7.8 Review
7.9 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 8: Mysteries
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8.1 Mysteries
8.2 Running a Mystery
8.3 Mysteries in Practice
8.4 Questioning Cause and Effect Within Mysteries
8.5 Reviewing a Mystery Using the SOLO Taxonomy
8.6 Writing Your Own Mysteries
8.7 Review
8.8 Next Steps and Further Reading
8.9.1 Mystery: Should Bjorn Move to France?
8.9.2 Mystery: Louis Pasteur and the Anthrax Vaccine
8.9.3 Mystery: Is Sally a Good Friend?
Chapter 9: Odd One Out
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9.1 Odd One Out
9.2 Benefits of Odd One Out
9.3 How to Use Odd One Out Effectively
9.4 Why and When to Use Odd One Out
9.5 Odd One Out Variations
9.6 Odd One Out Examples
9.7 Extending Odd One Out With Venn Diagrams
9.8 Review
9.9 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 10: Fortune Lines
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10.1 Fortune Lines
10.2 Using Fortune Lines
10.3 Fortune Line of Henry VIII
10.4 Fortune Line for a Visit to Grandma's
10.5 Review
10.6 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 11: Philosophy for Children (P4C)
11.0 Preview
11.1 Philosophy for Children
11.2 The Community of Inquiry
11.3 Philosophical Questions
11.4 Dialogue Through P4C
11.5 P4C Sequence-Overview
11.6 P4C Sequence-In Depth
11.7 Review
11.8 Next Steps and Further Reading
Chapter 12: Dialogue Exercises in P4C
12.0 Preview
12.1 Dialogue Exercises
12.2 Make a Choice, Give a Reason
12.3 Concept Stretching: Fairness
12.4 Review
12.5 Next Steps and Further Reading
Appendix 1. Dialogue Detectives
Appendix 2. Louis Pasteur Script
Repertoire and Judgment Notes
References
Index

ISBN: 9781506376509
ISBN-10: 1506376509
Series: Corwin Teaching Essentials
Audience: Professional
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 29th December 2016
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Edition Number: 1

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