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De los 40 ensayos, 14 no presentan una sola cita textual. General bibliography is there to be consulted at any point of the year.

j Accordingly, students intertwined their class-notes with the course readings. Are reading and writing considered tools under construction, so that they are gradually and carefully included within each subject, or are students at these educational stages supposed to not require pedagogical support to read and write, because they are assumed to have learnt to do both already?

Data analysis of in-depth interviews with professors and students, class observations and course materials suggested two polar teaching styles according to how bibliography was included in the course and the presence or absence of dialogicality.

Teacher and student perceptions of content area reading. However, we found in the interviews and the observations that students assisting to both institutions did not show any differences in this regard. Science Education, 77 1 As well, this study provides a thick description of the two ways lerr which professors deal with literacy tasks in their courses, as proposed by Carlino, Iglesia and Laxalt Therefore, research that takes situated practices into account has to analyze how different teaching styles can facilitate or not a use of class-notes as a process.

Because I am working on how to teach History, in Social Sciences…, one is looking for different strategies based on the objectives that you set yourself: Writing to learn by learning to write in the disciplines. The Falmer Press, pp. Sin embargo, su uso indiscriminado deja en claro la dificultad que tiene el estudiante para construir juicios que perfilen su postura posicionamiento frente al hecho evaluado y que le permita tomar distancia al realizar las ledr.

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An introducction to funtional gramar, 2 a ed. Sebastian addresses each group pointing them out a section where they have to start reading the text.

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Rearticulating articulation”, en D. Why students fail questions based on lecture material. To blame on someone.

After eight minutes, some students start talking with their partners. These results can be useful to think about teaching and learning practices in higher education. I do not work that much with sources; I work with very few sources because I aim at comprehensive reading of texts written by historians.

Muller Miza y A-N. When you cannot do the reading…, what happens?

University of Wisconsin Press. At the same time, the way the professor did or did not make reading indispensable for students such as talking with students about texts and reading in the classroom appeared to influence other less visible learning practices such as the way students used their class-notes to study.

Did it give you tools to identify that?

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

The real, the possible, and the necessary]. Yet, according to both students, during the rest of the year they did not read the bibliography either. Our study took place in two public teacher education institutions located in Buenos Aires. Carlino first contrasted the most frequent conceptualizations of reading and writing with academic purposes in her apredner 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.

This common way of thinking about reading and writing overlooks the diverse, situated and complex socio-cognitive processes that take place when people read and write Olson,because it mainly focuses on the communicative aspects of literacy practices.

On the contrary, every text is an artifact that generates new interpretations and thoughts because it interacts with other texts and interpreters, in the same way that an utterance does in dialogical chains Bakhtin, The dialogue held in the classroom brought to the surface the challenges that this text presented to newcomers in the discipline and provided the professor with the necessary information to decide how to intervene.


Despite the fact that a generalization of the results cannot be undertaken, these types of studies can give us tools to generate, reaffirm, or reformulate assumptions, theories, and hypothesis Stake, 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. And for this to happen, they need to participate jointly in reading and writing events with their teachers or more competent peers, in pauoa these internal activities are externalized — and thus made available for appropriation — in talk about leeg text.

The convenience sample was defined by asking each professor to point out one high- and one low-performance student according to their own criteria and course grades.

Therefore, students were made aware of the implicit debates that the text involved by talking about why the author cited other voices and whether these were in line with his argument or held opposite ideas.

Amanda wrote down only what she considered essential information, although, she did not seem to realize what criteria she should use to prioritize information offered in the lecture. The teacher, as an expert reader and writer in a specific subject area, allows students to progressively use reading and writing epistemically throughout assisted performance.

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