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Discourse Analytic Perspectives on STEM Education : Exploring Interaction and Learning in the Multilingual Classroom

1st ed. 2017. 2017. x, 215 S. 7 SW-Abb., 4 Farbabb. 235 mm

(Educational Linguistics .32)

Herausgegeben von Langman, Juliet   Hansen-Thomas, Holly

Springer, Berlin; Springer International Publishing 2017/00
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319551159
KCN: 1027991767
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This volume explores the nature of discourse in secondary and upper elementary mathematics and science classrooms. Chapters further explore linguistic practices through with the support of discourse analytic models that foreground the authentic classroom data with the aim of understanding the dynamics of the classroom.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction by Juliet Langman and Holly Hansen Thomas.- Part I Examining learners' appropriation through discourse in diverse math and science classroom settings.- Chapter 2. 'What's the moment thingy?'- On the emergence of subject-specific knowledge in CLIL classroom interaction by Tarja Nikula.- Chapter 3. Reading a Graph of Motion: How Multiple Textual Resources Mediate Student Interpretations of Horizontal Segments by Judit Moschkovich, William Zahner and Tamara Ball.- Chapter 4. When Procedure Limits Practice: Lab Versus Lecture in High School Science Classrooms by Kerrie Enright and Carrie Strohl.- Chapter 5. Learner agency and academic discourse in a sheltered-immersion mathematics class by Daniel Ginsberg.- Chapter 6. "Negativo por negativo me va dar un... POSITIvo": Translanguaging as a Vehicle for Appropriation of Mathematical Meanings by Armando Garza.- Part II Expanding the context: Considering Cultural Reproduction in the math classroom.- Chapter 7. Mathematical texts, alterity and the expropriation of mathematical discourse in second language mathematics classrooms by Richard Barwell.- Chapter 8. Whose mirror? Cultural reproduction in mathematics word problems by Anita Bright.- Part III Applying Discourse based approaches to Teacher Preparation in Science.- Chapter 9. Developing Oral Science Explanations: Secondary School ELs' Experimentation with Intertextual Linkages by Holly Hansen-Thomas and Juliet Langman.- Chapter 10. Demystifying the Discourse of Science for Elementary Grade English Learners by Marco Bravo.- Chapter 11. Adaptation and the Language of Learning Science in a Bilingual Classroom by Jorge L. Solis