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Academic conversations

classroom talk that fosters critical thinking and content understandings

by Jeff Zwiers

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Stenhouse Publishers in Portland, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognitive learning,
  • Conversation,
  • Thought and thinking,
  • Study and teaching (Elementary)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeff Zwiers and Marie Crawford
    ContributionsCrawford, Marie
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1590.3 .Z94 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24839767M
    ISBN 109781571108845, 9781571109224
    LC Control Number2011014790

      Conversations, particularly those referred to in this book as academic conversations, push students to think and learn in lasting ways. Academic conversations are back-and-forth dialogues in which students focus on a topic and explore it by building, challenging, and negotiating relevant ideas/5(). Product Description: Authors Jeff Zwiers and Marie Crawford have identified five core communication skills to help students hold productive academic conversations across content areas. These skills include: elaborating and clarifying, supporting ideas with evidence, building on and/or challenging ideas, paraphrasing, and synthesizing.

      Zwiers’ book provides some new, novel, and effective means to equip teachers with the tools to promote academic conversations in their classrooms. Getting students started with visual tools One of the best features in this book is the inclusion of visual tools for students to use in the process of conversation. Academic Conversations is a resource I can use in my EN Freshman Composition class, but I see the book’s value more relevant to my experiences with developmental writing. Because the audience for the book is most appropriate for, according to the authors, “grades three through twelve,” the suggested activities require adaptations for.

      Academic conversations create lifelong learners—learners who believe they have a voice in the conversation of ideas across time. Zwiers’ book provides some new, novel, and effective means to equip teachers with the tools to promote academic conversations in their classrooms.” —Middleweb From the PublisherBrand: Stenhouse Publishers. These prompts support the work of Zwiers & Crawford on Academic Conversations, an excellent book that I highly recommend! This resource includes a classroom display (bulletin board), posters, checklists, a flipbook and a ring book. In the zipped folder you will receive: small size hexagonal posters (4 per page, 25 pages)4/5(89).


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“For thousands of years people have been using the skills we describe in this book to engage in conversations with others. What isn’t as prevalent, however, is instruction--especially in primary grades—in which we engage students in productive conversations about academic ideas.

Figure S Modeling an Academic Conversation Example (continued) Conversation Skill. 3:I am practicing all of the skills. 2:I am getting better at some of the skills. 1.I need to practice the skills. Stay on topic.

I suggested a logical theme. I stayed on topic the whole conversation. I listened and built on the author's ideas and others. Moreover, Academic Conversations are also powerful windows for assessing language, learning, and thinking.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. At our Faculty Meeting on November 8,Berkshire Country Day School’s Kindergarten through Grade 6 teachers participated in a workshop, here on campus, related to the topic called Academic Conversations explored in the book of the same name by authors Jeff Zwiers and Marie Crawford.

Academic Conversations, a relatively new term in the education field, are purposeful. The book is divided into five subject areas that are both prevalent in academic conversations and important to students today: communication in the social media age, changes to the "model family," living a good life, ethnic and cultural diversity, and differences in generational values.

Academic conversations create lifelong learners—learners who believe they have a voice in the conversation of ideas across time. Zwiers’ book provides some new, novel, and effective means to equip teachers with the tools to promote academic conversations in their classrooms.

Conversations, particularly those referred to in this book as academic conversations, push students to think and learn in lasting ways.

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See more ideas about Teaching, Classroom and Teaching reading pins. Introducing Academic Conversation. My training was based around the book Academic Conversations, by Zwiers and Crawford, as well as some Kagan engagement strategies.

The first aspect to teaching students academic conversation is providing them with sentence starters to lead their conversations. There are two roles: the prompter and the responder.

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Conversely, it warmed my heart to know that the words I have published through these gatekeepers are nonetheless a part of conversations. My intellectual work, in all its forms, has a place is the discourse. Build discussion skills among your students and encourage academic conversations.

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The book begins with a review of more than twenty specific benefits of academic conversations organized into the following five categories. Language and literacy Oral language is foundational for reading and writing as well as the skills of argumentation, group discussion, and listening for understanding.