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Investigating classroom talk

by A. D. Edwards

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Falmer Press in London, Washington D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interaction analysis in education.,
  • Communication in education.,
  • Verbal behavior.,
  • Observation (Educational method)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-192) and indexes.

    StatementA.D. Edwards and D.P.G. Westgate.
    SeriesSocial research and educational studies series ;, 13
    ContributionsWestgate, D. P. G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1033 .E297 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 203 p. ;
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1092042M
    ISBN 100750703245, 0750703253
    LC Control Number94016354

    Using classroom talk to stimulate students’ thinking The various features of classroom talk characterize the communication of most teachers and students, at least when they are in a classroom and “doing school.” (Communication outside of school is a different matter: then teachers as well as students may speak, listen, and behave quite. Talk in the Classroom. By Brenda Power, Ph.D. Using encouraging talk can make a BIG difference in student achievement. IRE trap is to monitor your exchanges with students over a half hour or more in a typical teaching situation, such as a book talk. How often do you ask open-ended questions? Web Resources for Boosting the Talk in Your.

    The concept of 'dialogic talk' emerged from these observations as a way of describing a particularly effective type of classroom interaction. 'Dialogic talk' is that in which both teachers and pupils make substantial and significant contributions and through which pupils' thinking on a given idea or theme is helped to move forward. Special Offer: We are dedicated to coupon code MAYEDU during the month of May to receive 40% off the list price and free shipping within the U.S. Valid only on online orders paid by credit card. Restrictions apply. Special Offer: Save 30% off our list price automatically when you buy 15 or more.. ISBN / / SKU E

    This study examined the functions that student talk served during partner reading events in a second grade classroom. Five major themes of talk emerged from the data including organizational, disputational, word strategy, meaning making and personal talk. All of these types of talk functioned to support partner reading except for personal talk, which occurred infrequently. How to do Book Talks in Your Classroom. Book talks are the tool you need to create avid readers in your classroom! A book talk is not a formal presentation This book advertisement is an authentic and persuasive sharing of their book. Parts of a Book Talk. A book talk has three main parts – the hook, the content and the cliffhanger.


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THE SCOPE OF CLASSROOM RESEARCH According to van Lier (), some of the central topics to research about are the following: a) The nature and development of the students’ interlanguage b) The role of interactionbetween the teacher and the students, that is, the type of communication which takes place in the classroom.

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. In this fully revised and extended edition, Tony Edwards and David Westgate continue to examine methods of investigation for use in classrooms and ways in which researchers and teachers may advance their knowledge of classroom talk.

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Exploring talk in school: Inspired by the work of Douglas Barnes London: which involve hypothesising and posing questions for oneself, exploring and investigating ideas, negotiating and justifying solutions to problems and using the teacher as a resource.

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In sum, talk is used in most classrooms but could be more effectively used to develop students' thinking.