Words, Science and Learning

Words, Science and Learning

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This book presents an alternative view of the growth of science in which language-linked systems of interpretation are gradually built up by scientific communities - new ways of talking linked to new ways of seeing. the implication is drawn that teaching is necessarily a word-rich process of persuasion, and the case is made for a greater sensitivity to the cultural history of scientific language.Sutton. CHAPTER 10 ... I think of all of them as working styles, using style in a very broad sense to include not only the overall style of a lesson as ... Science properly with tangible experience, it is essential that there should be adequate space and material for safe practical work. ... time to time to members of the class for that kind of thoughtdeveloping statement, but it is not a standard expectation built intoanbsp;...

Title:Words, Science and Learning
Author: Sutton
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 1992-06-01

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