Investigating Classroom Discourse [NOOK Book]

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Investigating Classroom Discourse presents language use and interaction as the basis of good teaching and learning, and provides teachers and researchers with the tools to analyse classroom discourse and move towards more effective instruction. The book provides an overview of the existing approaches to describing and analysing classroom discourse and identifies the principal characteristics of classroom language in the contexts of second language classrooms, primary and secondary classrooms and higher education ...
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Investigating Classroom Discourse

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Overview

Investigating Classroom Discourse presents language use and interaction as the basis of good teaching and learning, and provides teachers and researchers with the tools to analyse classroom discourse and move towards more effective instruction. The book provides an overview of the existing approaches to describing and analysing classroom discourse and identifies the principal characteristics of classroom language in the contexts of second language classrooms, primary and secondary classrooms and higher education settings.
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Editorial Reviews

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'Useful reading for all teacher trainers/educators.' - Teacher Trainer

'Clearly written and coherent...A ready readership might include language teachers in training, postgraduate students and classroom researchers interested in language classroom discourse. This book would also make instructive reading for non-experts charged with inspecting L2 classrooms, a group growing in number.' - Educational Review

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203015711
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/1/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 407 KB

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Features of Classroom Discourse 2. Learning in the Second Language Classroom Summary 3. Approaches to Analyzing Classroom Discourse 4. A Framework for Analyzing Classroom Interaction Summary 5. Using SETT in Different Contexts Summary 6. Using SETT for Teacher Education Summary 7. Conclusions Appendix 1. Transcription Conventions Appendix 2. SETT Preocedures Appendix 3. Workshop Materials References Index

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