Argumentation in Science Education: Perspectives from by Sibel Erduran, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre

By Sibel Erduran, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre

Academic researchers are certain to see this as a well timed paintings. It brings jointly the paintings of prime specialists in argumentation in technological know-how schooling. It provides learn combining theoretical and empirical views proper for secondary technological know-how school rooms. because the Nineties, argumentation experiences have elevated at a quick velocity, from stray papers to a wealth of analysis exploring ever extra refined matters. it truly is this incontrovertible fact that makes this quantity so an important.

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In its most basic conception, argumentation involves producing justified claims, producing counterarguments, and rebutting counterarguments. In producing justified claims, several alternative theories must be coordinated with evidence in order to choose the evidence that best fits the justification of one of the theories. This may happen not only in explicit dialogic debates, but also in written argumentive texts or in individual verbal interviews. Along this line, there is some work in which verbal interviews are used to analyze the construction of arguments in its dialogic form (Means & Voss, 1996).

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