Encyclopedia of Language and Education: Discourse and Education

Editor/Author Wortham, Stanton, Kim, Deoksoon and May, Stephen
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media

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ISBN: 978-3-319-02244-4
Category: Social Sciences - Education
Image Count: 8
Book Status: Available
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Encyclopedia of Language and Education offers the newest developments in discourse in education, including an entirely new volume of research and scholarly content, essential to the field of language teaching and learning in the age of globalization.

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Table of Contents

  • Editor in Chief's Introduction to the “Encyclopedia of Language and Education”
  • Volume Editors’ Introduction to “Discourse and Education”
  • Acknowledgment
  • Editors and Contributors
  • Part I Traditions in Discourse and Education
  • Linguistic Anthropology of Education Stanton Wortham and Sabina Perrino
  • Understanding the Fuzzy Borders of Context in Conversation Analysis and Ethnography Silvia Kunitz and Numa Markee
  • Genres and Institutions:​ Functional Perspectives on Educational Discourse Frances Christie
  • Critical Discourse Analysis in Education Rebecca Rogers
  • Classroom Interaction, Situated Learning Judith L. Green and Jenna Joo
  • Discourse Analysis Across Events Angela Reyes and Stanton Wortham
  • Part II Discourse, Power, and Identities
  • Language Choice and Symbolic Domination Monica Heller and Mireille McLaughlin
  • Multilingual Classrooms at Times of Superdiversity Massimiliano Spotti and Sjaak Kroon
  • Discursive Approaches to Policy Francis M. Hult
  • Categorizing Learners Beyond the Classroom Eva Hjörne and Roger Säljö
  • Formation of Gendered Identities in the Classroom Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen and Bronwyn Davies
  • Language, Sexuality, and Education Helen Sauntson
  • Playful Talk, Learners’ Play Frames, and the Construction of Identities Vally Lytra
  • Classroom Discourse and the Construction of Learner and Teacher Identities Jasmine Ching Man Luk
  • Discursive Perspectives on Language Policy and Planning Katherine S. Mortimer
  • Part III Discourses, Pedagogy, and Learning
  • Guided Co-Construction in Classroom Talk Jan Hardman and Frank Hardman
  • Discursive Perspectives on Learning and Teaching Mathematics Kara Jackson and Hannah Nieman
  • Learning Science:​ Discourse Practices Gregory J. Kelly
  • Theory and Research on Literacy as a Tool for Navigating Everyday and School Discourses Elizabeth Birr Moje
  • Talk, Texts, and Meaning-Making in Classroom Contexts Silvia Valencia Giraldo
  • Discourse Communities:​ From Origins to Social Media Deoksoon Kim and Oksana Vorobel
  • Role Play and Dialogue in Early Childhood Education Sheena Gardner and Aizan Bt Yaacob
  • Discourse and Second Language Learning Diana Boxer and Weihua Zhu
  • Multilingual Resources in Classroom Interaction Feliciano Chimbutane
  • Researching Learners’ and Teachers’ Beliefs About Language Learning Using Metaphor Linda Fisher