The Handbook of Classroom Discourse and Interaction

Editor/Author Markee, Numa
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $195.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $292.50
ISBN: 978-1-11-853112-9
Category: Social Sciences - Education
Image Count: 36
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Offering an interdisciplinary approach, The Handbook of Classroom Discourse and Interaction presents a series of contributions written by educators and applied linguists that explores the latest research methodologies and theories related to classroom language.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Part I Preliminary Matters
  • 1 Introduction: Classroom Discourse and Interaction Research - Numa Markee
  • Part II Research Methodologies and Assessment
  • Overview of the Research Methodologies and Assessment Section - Numa Markee
  • 2 Developing a Multi-faceted Research Process: An Ethnographic Perspective for Reading Across Traditions - Judith L. Green, Maria Lúcia Castanheira, Audra Skukauskaite, and John W. Hammond
  • 3 Understanding Classroom Discourse and Interaction: Qualitative Perspectives - Audra Skukauskaite, Jessica Rangel, Lisa Garcia Rodriguez, and Denise Krohn Ramón
  • 4 Experimental Perspectives on Classroom Interaction - Mike Long
  • 5 Shifting Trends in the Assessment of Classroom Interaction - Marta Antón
  • Part III The Educational Tradition
  • Overview of the Educational Tradition - Numa Markee
  • 6 Discourse and Learning in Contexts of Educational Interaction - Carl H. Frederiksen and Janet Donin
  • 7 Can Neo-Marxian and Poststructural Theories in Education Inform Each Other? Using Genre Approaches to Bridge the Gap - Ross Collin and Michael W. Apple
  • 8 The Role of Talk in Group-based Activity in Classrooms - David Bloome
  • 9 The Sequential Analysis of Instruction - Oskar Lindwall, Gustav Lymer, and Christian Greiffenhagen
  • Part IV The Cognitive Interactionist Tradition
  • Overview of the Cognitive Interactionist Tradition - Numa Markee
  • 10 The Role of Tasks as Vehicles for Language Learning in Classroom Interaction - YouJin Kim
  • 11 Comprehensible Input and Output in Classroom Interaction - Susan M. Gass
  • 12 An Interactionist Approach to Learner–learner Interaction in Second and Foreign Language Classrooms - Melissa A. Bowles and Rebecca J. Adams
  • 13 The Relative Effectiveness of Corrective Feedback in Classroom Interaction - Roy Lyster
  • Part V The Sociocultural Theory Tradition
  • Overview of the Sociocultural Theory Tradition - Numa Markee
  • 14 From Interaction to Intra-action: The Internalization of Talk, Gesture, and Concepts in the Second Language Classroom - Eduardo Negueruela-Azarola, Próspero N. García, and Kimberly Buescher
  • 15 Classroom Discourse and Interaction in the Zone of Proximal Development - Holbrook Mahn
  • 16 The Emergence of Sociolinguistic Competence in L2 Classroom Interaction - Rémi A. van Compernolle
  • 17 Sociocultural Approaches to Expert–novice Relationships in Second Language Interaction - Steven L. Thorne and John Hellermann
  • Part VI The Language Socialization Tradition
  • Overview of the Language Socialization Tradition - Numa Markee
  • 18 Literacy, Creativity, and Continuity: A Language Socialization Perspective on Heritage Language Classroom Interaction - Agnes Weiyun He
  • 19 Language Socialization Across Learning Spaces - Jin Sook Lee and Mary Bucholtz
  • 20 Academic Language and Literacy Socialization for Second Language Students - Patricia A. Duff and Tim Anderson
  • 21 A Language Socialization Perspective on Identity Work of ESL Youth in a Superdiverse High School Classroom - Steven Talmy
  • Part VII The Conversation Analysis Tradition
  • Overview of the Conversation Analysis Tradition - Numa Markee
  • 22 L2 Classroom Interaction as a Complex Adaptive System - Paul Seedhouse
  • 23 Conversation-for-Learning: Institutional Talk Beyond the Classroom - Gabriele Kasper and Younhee Kim
  • 24 Documenting Change Across Time: Longitudinal and Cross-sectional CA Studies of Classroom Interaction - Simona Pekarek Doehler and Virginie Fasel Lauzon
  • 25 CA-for-SLA Studies of Classroom Interaction: Quo Vadis? - Numa Markee and Silvia Kunitz
  • Part VIII The Critical Theory Tradition
  • Overview of the Critical Theory Tradition - Numa Markee
  • 26 Multilingual Classroom Discourse as a Window on Wider Social, Political and Ideological Processes: Critical Ethnographic Approaches - Marilyn Martin-Jones
  • 27 Power, Resistance and Second Language Learning - Elizabeth R. Miller
  • 28 Seeing ‘Language and Development’ Play out in Classroom Interaction - Roslyn Appleby
  • 29 The Social Construction of Inequality in and through Interaction in Multilingual Classrooms - Luisa Martín Rojo
  • Part IX Final Words
  • 30 Where Does Research on Classroom Discourse and Interaction Go From Here? - Numa Markee
  • Appendix Transcription Conventions in Conversation Analysis