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Supporting students in developing literacy in science
- Supporting students in developing literacy in science
- Krajcik J.S.; Sutherland L.M.
- Ewha Authors
- Joseph Krajcik
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- Science vol. 328, no. 5977, pp. 456 - 459
- SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS
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- Reading, writing, and oral communication are critical literacy practices for participation in a global society. In the context of science inquiry, literacy practices support learners by enabling them to grapple with ideas, share their thoughts, enrich understanding, and solve problems. Here we suggest five instructional and curricular features that can support students in developing literacy in the context of science: (i) linking new ideas to prior knowledge and experiences, (ii) anchoring learning in questions that are meaningful in the lives of students, (iii) connecting multiple representations, (iv) providing opportunities for students to use science ideas, and (v) supporting students' engagement with the discourses of science. These five features will promote students' ability to read, write, and communicate about science so that they can engage in inquiry throughout their lives.
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