This book argues that interpretive discussions enable students to form genuine questions by finding points of ambiguity in texts, interpreting texts, and listening to challenging perspectives. The data gathered from the case study suggests that participants can engage people in reflection. This conclusion emphasizes the need to explore the possibility of integrating interpretive discussions into teaching academic subjects in schools, the possibility of preparing educators to lead interpretive discussions, and to engage students in creating questions and interpreting texts.
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