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Classroom discourse in EFL teaching.

Author: Katrin Strobelberger
Publisher: Hamburg : Diplomica Verlag, 2012.
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Hauptbeschreibung This study analyses examples of classroom discourse, one of the most important influences on students' experience in schools, in EFL classes. The central idea of the author's enquiry is to compare classroom discourse in two secondary schools in two European countries, namely Austria on the one hand, and Spain on the other hand. The focus of the study is on EFL classes taught by a team of a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Katrin Strobelberger
ISBN: 9783842823730 3842823738
OCLC Number: 815391711
Description: 1 online resource (97 pages)
Contents: Classroom discourse in EFL teaching: A cross-cultural perspective; Table of content; I. Introduction; II. Background and context; III. Literature review; III. 1. The organisation of conversation; III. 2. Classroom discourse; III. 2.1. Teacher talk and the IRE sequence; III. 2. 2. Classroom turn-taking; III. 2. 3. Interactional competence; III. 2. 4. From teacher-centred classrooms to other forms of teaching; III. 2. 5. New forms of pedagogy; III. 3. Classroom discourse in foreign language teaching; III. 3. 1. Second Language Acquisition; III. 3. 2. Communicative foreign language teaching. III. 3.3. Communicative CompetenceIII. 4. Cultural differences in pedagogic traditions; IV. Methodology; IV. 1. Research question; IV. 2. Research strategy and design; IV. 2.1. Research strategy; IV. 2.2. Research design; IV. 2.3. Brief description of my two cases; IV. 3. Methods of data collection; IV. 3.1. The recordings; IV. 3.2. Ethics; IV. 4. Methods of data analysis; IV. 4.1. Transcribing the data; IV. 4.2. Analysing my data; IV. 4.3. Validity and reliability; V. Data presentation and analysis; V.1. Analysis of the Austrian transcripts. V.1.1: Transcript AU1: focus on the interaction between teacher and teaching assistantV. 1.2.: Transcript AU2: student group with the teacher; V.1.3.: Transcript AU3: student group with the teaching assistant; V.2. Analysis of the Spanish transcripts; V.2.1.: Transcripts SP1a and SP1b: focus on the interaction between teacher and teaching assistant; V.2.2.: Transcripts SP2 and SP3: student groups (partly joined by the teacher or teaching assistant); V.3. Austrian transcripts compared; V.4. Spanish transcripts compared; V.5. Austrian and Spanish interaction compared; VI. Concluding remarks. List of ReferencesAppendix I: Transcription conventions; Appendix II: Transcripts; Author's Profile.

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Hauptbeschreibung This study analyses examples of classroom discourse, one of the most important influences on students' experience in schools, in EFL classes. The central idea of the author's enquiry is to compare classroom discourse in two secondary schools in two European countries, namely Austria on the one hand, and Spain on the other hand. The focus of the study is on EFL classes taught by a team of a non-native speaker teacher and a native speaker assistant. The purposes of this study are to gain insights into classroom communication, to compare classroom discourse in two different coun.

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