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ERIC Number: EJ630024
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2001
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ISSN: ISSN-0737-0008
The Snowball Phenomenon: Spread of Ways of Talking and Ways of Thinking across Groups of Children.
Anderson, Richard C.; Nguyen-Jahiel, Kim; McNurlen, Brian; Archodidou, Anthi; Kim, So-young; Reznitskaya, Alina; Tillmanns, Maria; Gilbert, Laurie
Cognition and Instruction, v19 n1 p1-46 2001
Examined social influences on the reasoning and rhetorical strategies of fourth graders. Found that the use of argument stratagems snowballed, there were fewer and fewer lines of discussion between successive appearances of a stratagem, and the snowball phenomenon was more pronounced during discussions with open participation than during discussion with teacher-controlled participation. (Author/SD)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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