Race, social class, student engagement, and unequal literacy development in middle school English classrooms

Race, social class, student engagement, and unequal literacy development in middle school English classrooms

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Within the same classrooms, high SES students both ask and answer questions about 30% more than low SES students. ... The following exchange during a question and answer session on The Outsiders gives an example of authentic uptake, where the teacher moves off script, pressing the ... High SES students were about 42% more likely to ask and answer questions that prompted generalization oranbsp;...


Title:Race, social class, student engagement, and unequal literacy development in middle school English classrooms
Author: Sean Patrick Kelly
Publisher: - 2005
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