Principles of fostering scientific language of Physics by mountainous high school students
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Language is an instrument of communication and thinking. During the development of the scientific disciplines, a separate system of language called scientific language has been formed; language of Physics is also formed and plays an important role in the history of Physics. In the context of Vietnamese mountainous students, fostering scientific language in general and Physic language in particular is very necessary; it contributes to the academic success of students by researching documents on fostering language in scientific context, coordinated with characteristics about language and communication of students in mountainous areas in Vietnam. The article introduces 4 principles to learn the language of Physics and an example of planning lessons in teaching Physics to support students in mountainous areas in Vietnam.
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