classroom interaction

classroom interaction

a description of the activities of different participants in classroom activity Interest in the nature of classroom relationships developed with increased research into the way in which educational institutions themselves shape educational outcomes. Using ethnographic techniques (see ETHNOGRAPHY) and concepts derived from SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM, researchers analyse the social interactions and values that comprise the social system of the classroom.
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The article emphasizes that even if the classroom interaction is multimodal in general, in the concrete communication situation--for example, during the meaning construction for the Word--a participant may communicate only monomodally.
I showed a few examples of classroom talk to highlight the challenges presented by the vocabulary and the patterns of exchanges that students encounter in classroom interaction when they learn about English and literacy.
Considered as an important "stepping stone" in the choice of majors and specializations, the program offered students the opportunity to attend various classes, thus, enjoying live classroom interaction.
The seminar is a smaller event designed for classroom interaction and hands-on instruction.
2009; Pontefract & Hardman, 2005) has relied on discourse analysis as a means of determining the level of classroom interaction in African primary schools.
Martin's attempt to modify and extend the curriculum, which included a video in which a celebrity chef asked high school students the same set of questions (described further in Classroom Interaction 3).
The language used in classroom interaction was English that switches to Sindhi at different timings of the lectures.
This is part of the Thai tradition to developing closer bonds between children and the teachers beyond regular classroom interaction.
We begin by discussing the general benefits and shortcomings of drawing as a creative activity in a tablet-based classroom interaction environment.
The discussion will address questions from students in the audience as well as live-streamed classroom interaction from students around San Diego County.
Kelly's purpose for these lessons was to promote student participation during classroom interaction about teenagers' issues and their consequences.
The ability to stop, pause, and rewind a video segment to study a classroom interaction multiple times allows candidates opportunities to see important events they may not notice upon first viewing, to interpret what is observed from multiple perspectives and to explore those perspectives with others.

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