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|Titel||“I mean, everybody is kinda racist.“|
PowerPoint Presentations in Social-Studies Classrooms in Germany.
|Quelle||In: Journal of social science education, 18 (2019) 2, S. 49-66
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|Schlagwörter||Antirassismus; Unterrichtsforschung; Präsentation; Digitale Medien; Zeigen; Unterrichtstheorie; Unterricht; Didaktik|
|Abstract||Purpose: PowerPoint presentations have changed representations of knowledge. They represent a social transformation process of communication which is also reflected in social-studies classrooms. Thus, it is important to examine not only how students hold presentations but also to explore the construction of knowledge through presentations: What are the didactic functions? Methodology: The article focuses on a case study that was part of a doctoral dissertation that uses audio recordings, interviews and classroom observations in order to explore presentations in social-studies classrooms. Findings: A presentation – the shooting of Michael Brown – by 10 th -grade student Laura shows: Students select and transform knowledge in a socio-constructivist and didactic way. Presentations are the starting point of a process of negotiation of knowledge, which is triggered by the presenting students. Laura asks within the lesson: What is racism and what can we learn about racial structures? By reading the article teachers can learn about teaching students about race and racism through presentations. (Orig.).|
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