Speaking and listening

IB English A Literature: Speaking and listening

Although very few teachers would (presumably) disagree with this sentiment, teaching practices in this area can easily become stale. In a conventional classroom, for example, points raised in discussion are typically directed towards and through the teacher - who quickly assumes a role as arbiter; students will find themselves looking to the teacher for affirmation of points that could be considered valid, and ones...

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