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The Learning to Teach Through DiscussionThe Art of Turning the Soul$
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Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780300120004

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300120004.001.0001

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Finding a Shared Concern

Finding a Shared Concern

The Project Begins

(p.19) Chapter Two Finding a Shared Concern
The Learning to Teach Through Discussion

Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon

Yale University Press

This chapter introduces the case study in detail and present excerpts from interpretive discussions that were held in the two fourth-grade classrooms. A cluster of questions is a set of interpretive questions consisting of a basic question (BQ) and eight additional interpretive questions. The chapter examines the preparation, revision, and elimination of confusing or vague questions in the cluster of questions in the case study.

Keywords:   interpretive discussions, interpretive questions, basic question, preparation, revision, classrooms

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