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Cartolari, M.; Molina, M. (2015). Modos de leer y escribir en Historia: perspectivas de alumnos y profesores de la formación docente inicial. REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria. 13(3):235-264. https://doi.org/10.4995/redu.2015.5428

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Title: Modos de leer y escribir en Historia: perspectivas de alumnos y profesores de la formación docente inicial
Secondary Title: Ways of Reading and Writing in History: Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions in Pre-Service Teacher Education
Author: Cartolari, Manuela Molina, María
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[ES] Leer y escribir para aprender contenidos disciplinares implica poder apropiarse, paulatinamente, de supuestos epistemológicos que se actualizan en las particulares formas de pensar y hacer con el discurso escrito en ...[+]


[EN] Reading and writing to learn disciplinary contents implies the gradual appropriation of particular ways of thinking and doing with written discourse in a certain disciplinary area. From this assumption, our purpose ...[+]
Subjects: Lectura , Escritura , Historia , Formación docente , Reading , Writing , History , Pre-Service-Teacher-Educatio
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento - No comercial - Sin obra derivada (by-nc-nd)
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REDU. Revista de Docencia Universitaria. (issn: 1887-4592 ) (eissn: 1887-4592 )
DOI: 10.4995/redu.2015.5428
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Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/redu.2015.5428
Type: Artículo

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