Teaching and learning argument
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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A-level abstract approach argue argumentative forms argumentative structures argumentative writing assessment audience cent chapter classroom collaboration communication composition context critical thinking development of argument dialogue discussion Discworld English essay evidence example explore exposition expression fiction formal Freedman functions of argument further GCSE genre ibid ideas imagination important issue Key Stage kind language learning listening logical look LYSIS metaphor modes of discourse Moffett monologic move narrative and argument National Curriculum notion opinion paragraph particular persuasive planning Plath playtimes poems points of view position possible problems programmes pupils question range reading reason relation relationship rhetoric role seems sequence sociology SOCRATES speech spider diagram spoken argument statement Stephen Clarke story strategies suggest Sylvia Plath talk teacher teaching text-type thought topic University of Hull Unseen University voice word processors writing of argument written argument