Teaching and learning argument

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Cassell, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 196 pages
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This text advocates bringing the teaching and learning of argument to the centre of the curriculum, based on the understanding that argument is essential to the development of thinking skills. Its scope is broad, analyzing the function of argument from early childhood education to university study.

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Spoken and Written Argument
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Argument 011
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