References: Debate

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References

Kennedy, R. (2007). In-class debates: Fertile ground for active learning and the cultivation of critical thinking and oral communication skills. International Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, 19(2).

Kuhn, D. (2010). Teaching and learning science as argument. Science Education, 94(5), 810-824.

Mirra, N., Honoroff, B., Elgendy, S., & Pietrzak, G. (2016). Reading and writing with a public purpose: Fostering middle school students' academic and critical community literacies through debate. Journal of Language and Literacy Education, 12(1), 1-22.

Scott, S. (2008). Perceptions of students' learning critical thinking through debate in a technology classroom: A case study. Journal of Technology Studies, 34(1), 39-44.

Taylor, H. E., & Larson, S. (1999). Social and emotional learning in middle school. The Clearing House, 72(6), 331-336.

Zare, P., & Othman, M. (2013). Classroom debate as a systematic teaching/learning approach. World Applied Sciences Journal, 28(11), 1506-1513.