Sharing Words

Sharing Words

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The author provides an example of the theory and practice of dialogic learning. By mixing educational and social theory with literature, life narratives, and personal accounts, he creatively narrates the practice of dialogic learning in a seemingly utopian reality: a literary circle in which low-literacy adults enjoy reading books by authors like Kafka, Dostoyevsky and Garcia Lorca. the book highlights both theory and practice; it is both expository and narrative; and it refers as much to educational and social science works as to classical literature.When we buy a washing machine or get a new computer in the office, few of us really learn how it works just by reading the instruction manual. ... who interact with her or him must be convinced that she or he can do it, and that she or he must be given the opportunity to prove this. ... In order for people to gain the self- confidence necessary to learn, ideas of nontrans- ferability must be replaced by other, ... The concept of cultural intelligence offers an adequate framework for Introduction 7.


Title:Sharing Words
Author: Ramón Flecha
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2000
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