Hess Diana E. (2005). Â« How Do Teachers' Political Views Influence Teaching about Controversial Issues? Â». Social Education, nÂ° 69. En ligne : <http://www.nevadasocial ... erence/teachers_pol.pdf>.
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Keywords: dĂ©bat en classe, enseignement des langues Ă©trangĂ¨res, question vive
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"Many teachers advocate teaching students to deliberate on controversial political issues as a powerful way of preparing them for political participation. Support for this approach recently came from a Civic Mission of the Schools report, which endorsed including political controversies in the curriculum. Specifically, it recommends that schools:
Incorporate discussion of current local, national, and international issues and
events into the classroom, particularly those that young people view as important to their lives. When young people have opportunities to discuss
current issues in a classroom setting, they tend to have greater interest in
politics, improved critical... "
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