سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۵
محل انتشار: پنجمین همایش سراسری علوم انسانی و هنر
تعداد صفحات: ۱
Maryam Qaedrahmat – Student of B.A English Teaching, Islamic Azad University of Khorramabad
Ebrahim Qorban. Mohammadi – M.A of English Teaching, Islamic Azad University of Khorramabad
Zahra Maleki – M.A of Structural Geology, The member of Younge Reseachers club of Islamic Azad University of Khorramabad
There are many ways to support learning, but discussing and writing are two very powerful ones. Many professors and instructors find that building a community of trust in their classroom is a humbling challenge.Even though discussions are commonly used in the classroom there is surprisingly little published information about the many critical aspects of good discussions – such as the type of material best suited for discussion, how to ask questions and include as much of the class as possible, how to direct the flow of questions and answers, and how to establish the encouraging and safe climate. Usually a combination of factors is responsible and the instructor is faced with diagnosing the problems in each individual class. This article highlights some of these issues and directs you to more information in the resources section.