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Beyond Argumentation and Comparison/Contrast: Extending the Socrates CAI Design Principles to Classroom Teaching and the Interpretation and Production of Other Forms of Discourse
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Computers and the Humanities Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0010-4817

Abstract

Examines relationships between critical thinking and writing. Compares a pencil-and-paper and computer-assisted versions of a process/model program to a traditional composition program. Reports experimental groups showed greater argumentative powers. Extends approach to poetry and technical writing. Suggests collaborative learning potential. Appendices include examples of linguistic markers and a technical writing exercise printout. (DB)

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Bacig, T.D. (1990). Beyond Argumentation and Comparison/Contrast: Extending the Socrates CAI Design Principles to Classroom Teaching and the Interpretation and Production of Other Forms of Discourse. Computers and the Humanities, 24(1), 15-41. Retrieved August 10, 2022 from .

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