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Characteristics of Social Interaction in Scientific Modeling Instruction on Combustion in Middle School
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Characteristics of Social Interaction in Scientific Modeling Instruction on Combustion in Middle School
Park, HyunJu; Kim, HyeYeong; Jang, Shinho; Shim, Youngsook; Kim, Chan-Jong; Kim, Heui-Baik; Yoo, Junehee; Choe, Seung-Urn; Park, Kyung-Mee;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristics of social interaction on cultural aspects, verbal interaction, and discussion maps in scientific modeling instruction on combustion in middle school. Revised-CLEQ (Cultural Learning Environment Questionnaire), verbal interaction framework, discussion maps analysis were implemented for this study. The results of study follow respectively. First, the characteristics on cultural aspects of middle school students showed cooperation rather than competition in terms of collectivism. Students` attitudes to learning science tended to depend on others` idea, and students were passive and reluctant to present their comments when they were modeling work. Second, for the characteristics of verbal interaction, they simply presented knowledge related to build a model. The response to comments and feedback was relatively few. Third, discussion maps showed a lot of interaction for reponses that was alternatively brought the concept of commenters, which students were depended on a specific one, and responses. There were not many interaction for elaboration, which were described to have new presented ideas, corrections, and reasons when they exchange their ideas. In this study the model type of interaction affecting the formation of the students understanding of and in our country, it makes a lot of social interactions as the basis for teaching system could be utilized.
 Keywords
Modeling;Social interaction;CLEQ;Discourse maps;Combustion;
 Language
Korean
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