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The Effect of Negotiation in Argument-Based Inquiry on Middle School Students’ Claim and Evidence
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The Effect of Negotiation in Argument-Based Inquiry on Middle School Students’ Claim and Evidence
Jang, KyungHwa; Nam, Jeonghee;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of negotiation in Argument-Based Inquiry on students’ claim and evidence. A total of 126 first grade middle school students participated in this study and they performed five Argument-Based Inquiry (ABI) programs for one academic a year. To investigate the process of generating claim and evidence through the ABI, we interviewed students after they completed five ABI activities. The study findings showed that students ability to make claim and evidence improved as they progressed from individual activity to group activity in ABI activity and as ABI activities. The results also showed that students generated high level of claim and evidence through internal and external negotiation in ABI programs.
 Keywords
Argumentation;Negotiation;Claim;Evidence;Argument-Based Inquiry (ABI);
 Language
Korean
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