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Author Jenks, Christopher Joseph, author.

Title Researching classroom discourse : a student guide / Christopher J. Jenks
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021
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Summary This practical guide to doing classroom discourse research provides a comprehensive overview of the research process. Bringing together both discourse analysis and classroom discourse research, this book helps readers to develop the analytic and rhetorical skills needed to conduct, and write about, the discourse of teaching and learning. Offering step-by-step guidance, each chapter is written so that readers can put the theoretical and methodological issues of classroom discourse analysis into practice while writing an academic paper. Chapters are organized around three stages of research: planning, analyzing, and understanding and reporting.Reflective questions and discourse examples are used throughout the book to assist readers. This book is essential reading formodules on classroom discourse or thesis writing and a key supplementary resource for research methods, discourse analysis, or language teaching and learning
Notes <P>Preface</P><P></P><B><P>PART I PLANNING</P><P></P></B><P>Chapter 1 What is classroom discourse analysis?</P><P>Chapter 2 The logistics of classroom discourse research</P><P><B>PART II ANALYZING</P></B><P></P><P>Chapter 3 Conversation analysis</P><P>Chapter 4 Discourse analysis</P><P>Chapter 5 Critical discourse analysis</P><P>Chapter 6 Narrative analysis</P><P><B>PART III UNDERSTANDING AND REPORTING</P><P></P></B><P>Chapter 7 Classroom ethnography</P><P>Chapter 8 Reporting and writing</P><P>References</P><I><P>Index</P></I>
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Christopher J. Jenks is a scholar of language, communication, and discourse. He has worked as a professor in a number of countries, including the United States, England, Hong Kong, and South Korea. Christopher specializes in the study of language in society and is particularly interested in the political and cultural implications of the global spread of English
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Subject Classroom environment -- Research -- Methodology
Discourse analysis -- Research -- Methodology
Interaction analysis in education -- Research -- Methodology
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / General
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics
Form Electronic book
ISBN 042926402X
0429554583
0429559054
0429563523
9780429264023
9780429554582
9780429559051
9780429563522