Elevers samtal om en PISA-uppgift : Naturvetenskap i olika skolkontexter

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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title Elevers samtal om en PISA-uppgift : Naturvetenskap i olika skolkontexter
Author Nygård Larsson, Pia ; Jakobsson, Anders
Research Centre Literacy and inclusive subject teaching in a multilingual society
Date 2019
English abstract
Students’ discussions about a PISA task – science education in different school environments. In this article, we assume that discursive language aspects are highly intertwined with students’ knowledge building and learning in science. The article analyses students’ collaborative discussions about a PISA assignment in sci¬ence. We investigate the relation between students’ use of everyday and scientific discourses and analyse the extent to which the students’ use of these discourses have an impact on how they explain the scientific content and solve the tasks. The results indicate that students who are able to move between an everyday discourse and a scientific discourse seem to benefit from this, while students who entirely use a colloquial language or relate the content to everyday experiences become disadvantaged. Further, important general success factors seem to be the students’ abil¬ity to successfully discuss, explain and evaluate the science content with respect to subject-specific words, definitions and relations
Link https://www.oru.se/globalassets/oru-sv/forskning/forskningsmiljoer/hs/humus/utbildning-och-demokrati/2019/nr-3/pia-nygard-larsson--anders-jakobsson---elevers-samtal-om-en-pisa-uppgift.pdf .Icon
Publisher Örebro universitet
Host/Issue Utbildning & Demokrati;3
Volume 28
ISSN 1102-6472
Language swe (iso)
Subject students’ language use
systemic functional linguistics
scientific discourses
small group interaction
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/30696 Permalink to this page
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