Teaching Listening: The Unspoken Element in “Class Participation”
by Mary M. Reda - November 29, 2010
Much contemporary pedagogy has foregrounded speaking and dialogue. In this commentary, a professor who has done extensive research with her “quiet students” considers the need to teach in composition classes after considering her students’ responses to recent local and national events.
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