The objective of this hermeneutic study was to characterize the oral interaction between student peers in the development of oral argumentative competence in primary education, using everyday situations as discussion material. To do this, we unveil the factors that influence argumentation, which emerge in the oral discourse of students. Likewise, the types of recurrent arguments used by students, in their daily lives, are identified in order to establish bases that allow for curricular innovation through pedagogical strategies that strengthen argumentation processes. The results obtained in this research account for the conditioning factors that influence the argumentative capacity of primary school students in a rural school, the relevant aspects for argumentative development in oral interactions among peers, the role that the teacher plays in the development of the argumentative process, and the identification of the types of arguments used by students. Given the important role of the school in developing children's argumentative capacity, it is necessary to encourage argumentative work from primary school onwards.
|Translated title of the contribution||The importance of oral discussion among student peers for the development of argumentative competence in the Primary Language curriculum. A case study in a rural school in Colombia.|
|Number of pages||92|
|Journal||Voces y silencios|
|State||Published - Jul 23 2018|
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