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The role of peer interaction in enhancing students' argumentative reasoning skills

Anderson, A. and Soden, R. (2002) The role of peer interaction in enhancing students' argumentative reasoning skills. In: Progress in education. Nova Science, pp. 81-108. ISBN 1590334299

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Abstract

This chapter looks at the role of peer interaction in enhancing students' argumentative reasoning skills