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An investigation into pupil oracy with Year 10 pupils studying GCSE History in an all girls' school

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The promotion of pupil oracy is accepted as a key feature of an effective classroom. Pupil oracy has been shown to enhance learning in a wide variety of ways, notably at primary level. In addition, a potential link between the ways in which some girls speak at school and the way in which this could limit their progression in the workplace has been identified. However, there has been little research into girls’ oracy in single-sex secondary schools. Oracy in History teaching has also been s...

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Education
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MSc
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Masters
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University of Oxford
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2018-10-24

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