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Chapter 5 in Disciplinary Literacy focuses on the importance of collaborative learning. When students are using both inquiry and collaborative learning they are known as using learning practices. These are used to construct a structure where the teacher and student are able to create an assignment or project that involves research. Students are able to work with their peers and incorporate collaborative learning and take advantage of the aspects of learning together with others (148). This is best seen though the enhancement of increasing skill usage and inspiring other teammates to establish constructivism feedback. This stimulates the motivation and allows students to increase their project-based learning thought process through their life experiences. This chapter also focuses on the learning collaboration of discussion and clarification of ideas when scaffolding new content (150). This approach involves learning the language of the discipline and construct valuable skills that can be used in the learning process. Aside from collaborative learning, academic vocabulary must be individualized in the content to set premises and syllogisms.

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