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Discourse structuring in the context of United Kingdom educational policy for bilingual pupils

Pamela Ferguson

Discourse structuring in the context of United Kingdom educational policy for bilingual pupils

a study illustratedby analysis of pupils writing of argumentative discourse at key stage 3, and of provision for these pupils in a sample of Northern Irish schools.

by Pamela Ferguson

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A. (TEFL)) - University of Ulster, 1993.

The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 133p., tables :
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18259613M

Critical discourse analysis enables us to model of how language, text and discourse figure in the production and reproduction of educational outcomes. The focus of educational sociology historically has been on the structures, processes and consequences of educational institutions. The results of the study revealed that there is a strong correlation between the use of pre-reading assignments and better comprehension of classroom learning materials. The study concludes with a rationale to empower and utilize the use of pre- reading strategies in the EFL Saudi learning context. Discourse-based teaching using authentic written and spoken discourse can be a prefect resource for teachers to teach the different language skills. For instance, through a newspaper article, a letter or an extract from a book, a teacher can teach a grammar rule. Students can learn the rule, how it is used in context as well as learn new. English Learners' Participation in Mathematical Discourse Lindsay Marie Merrill Brigham Young University - Provo Follow this and additional works at: Part of theScience and Mathematics Education Commons This Thesis is brought to you for free and open access by BYU : Lindsay Marie Merrill.


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The latino/a population of the United States continues to increase dramatically; con-sequently, educators face the challenge of how best to provide educational services for those whose primary language is Spanish. the purpose of this study was to examine student discourse between bilingual students in gifted programs and bilingual students.

This book is both practical and provocative. It demonstrates the insights and the challenges of a discourse-based orientation to educational and social : Maggie Maclure.

When Courtney Cazden wrote Classroom Discourse, she provided such a cogent picture of what the research tells us about classroom language that the book quickly became a classic and shaped an entire field of gh other books since have addressed classroom language, none has matched Cazden's scope and vision.

Now, thirteen years later, we've witnessed such significant changes in Cited by:   Discourse and Context in Language Teaching: A Guide for Language Teachers is part of the Cambridge Handbooks for Language for Language Teachers series. This book recommends that language teachers incorporate an awareness of discourse and pragmatics in their teaching if they wish to implement a communicative approach in their classrooms/5(31).

Discourse and Context in Language Teaching: A Guide for Language Teachers is part of the Cambridge Handbooks for Language for Language Teachers series. This book recommends that language teachers incorporate an awareness of discourse and pragmatics in their teaching if they wish to implement a communicative approach in their by:   This collection of essays by leading functional linguists presents the latest perspectives on language and discourse in educational settings.

The book questions the idea of 'discourse' to reveal that the social processes of learning are imbued with the ideologies of the society and education system within which learning takes place. The contributors take into account the historical and cross.

Discourse Studies and Education TEUN A. VAN DIJK University of Amsterdam 1. INTRODUCTION In this paper we will discuss the relevance of discourse studies in education. By discourse studies we refer to the new interdisciplinary field between lingu-istics, poetics, psychology and the social sciences concerned with the systema.

This study, situated in a multilingual, English-medium educational context, draws on theory from mathematics and language education to capture teachers’ perspectives on the place of language in.

DISCOURSE ANALYSIS AND LANGUAGE TEACHING Malcolm Coulthard Like other branches of linguistics language teaching has, until is a book. It) Q: Where is the typewriter. A: The typewriter is in the cupboard. discourse and strategic competence in the language and who need to be able to per-form like native speakers in their professional : Malcolm Coulthard.

Discourse and Context in Language Teaching: A Guide for Language Teachers (Cambridge Language Teaching Library) by Celce-Murcia. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   “Content and language integrated learning has become a buzzword in today's language planning and policy making, especially in Europe.

However, little empirical research has been conducted to support claims as to its actual differences from regular foreign language classrooms let alone its alleged effectiveness in teaching language, content or : When Courtney Cazden wrote this book, she provided such a cogent picture of what the research tells us about classroom language that the book quickly became a classic and shaped an entire field of study.

Although other books since have addressed classroom language, none has matched Cazden's scope and vision. Now, thirteen years later, we've witnessed such significant changes in social and. When Courtney Cazden wrote Classroom Discourse, she provided such a cogent picture of what the research tells us about classroom language that the book quickly became a classic and shaped an entire field of gh other books since have addressed classroom language, none has matched Cazden's scope and vision.

Now, thirteen years later, we've witnessed such/5. context. Moreover, “discourse analysts consider context to be of primary importance”.

(Schiffrin, ; Duranti and Goodwin,cited in Riggenbach,p.2) Nevertheless, discourse analysis can not be separate from traditional teaching.

As is said by Cook (, viii), discourse analysis takes traditional teaching of vocabulary,File Size: KB. A study investigated the attitudes of bilingual (BL) and monolingual (ML) students at an urban high school with a large bilingual education program.

The attitudes investigated included: (1) BL attitudes toward Americans; (2) how BLs think they are perceived by Americans; (3) ML attitudes toward BLs; (4) changes in BLs' attitudes toward Americans since arrival in the United States; (5.

TEACHERS’ DISCOURSE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS: CULTURAL MODELS OF LANGUAGE AND LEARNING by Amy J. Heineke has been approved September Graduate Supervisory Committee: Carmen M.

Martínez-Roldán, Co-Chair James Paul Gee, Co-Chair Alfredo J. Artiles Angela E. Arzubiaga Christian J. Faltis ACCEPTED BY THE GRADUATE COLLEGE.

Buy Towards an Analysis of Discourse: English Used by Teachers and Pupils First Edition by Sinclair, John McHardy, Coulthard, Malcolm (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). Is language something to be ‘overcome’. In this discussion of education policy and research perspectives on bilingual children in England, the authors take as their starting point five questions about language diversity posed in by Dell Hymes.

The authors review the history of mainstream school support for young bilingual learners in England and how policies and practices Cited by: Review of Educational Research Spring,Vol. 49, No. 2, Pp. Linguistic Interdependence and the Educational Development of Bilingual Children James Cummins The University of Alberta Abstract The central thesis of thispaper is that a cognitively and academically beneficial.

Book Description. Discourse in English Language Education introduces students to the major concepts and questions in Discourse Studies and their applications to language education.

Each chapter draws on key research to examine critically a particular approach in the field, providing a review of important literature, examples to illustrate the principal issues concerned and an outline of the.

Bringing discourse analysis into the language classroom Links & Letters 3, 79 longer be defined as pedagogic aims in themselves, but as a means of adapta- tion and survival in the world. Another consequence is that, if the choice of a specific lexico-grammatical structure is Cited by: 7.

Dunn Y. () Using Critical Discourse Analysis to Interpret Educational Policy on School Exclusion in England and Wales.

In: Smeyers P., Bridges D., Burbules N., Griffiths M. (eds) International Handbook of Interpretation in Educational : Yo Dunn. bilingual schools representing Indigenous languages in Brazil, as discussed by Neto (this issue), or in classroom contexts where there may be over 50 languages represented in one individual school, as was the case of my teaching context in the U nited S tates (DE OLIVEIRA, ).

Purpose: This study investigated the effect of language on Spanish-English bilingual children’s production of narrative samples elicited in two ways. Method: Twelve bilingual (Spanish-English-speaking) children ranging in age from 4;0 (years;months) to 6;11 who were fluent speakers of English as a second language produced two narratives—one elicited by using a wordless picture book Cited by: This ground-breaking book analyzes contemporary education discourse in the light of curriculum politics and popular culture, using sources ranging from academic scholarship to popular magazines, music video, film and television game shows.

Mathematics is used as an extreme case, since it is a discipline so easily accepted as separable from politics, ethics or the social construction of knowledge.

This study has been prompted by a concern that the term intercultural understanding (IU) has appeared in English curriculum policy texts in order to address macro issues with scant pedagogical attention to its effective implementation at the micro level in the modern foreign languages (MFL) classroom.

The article investigates pupils' perceptions about the development of IU in the English Key Cited by: 5. Abstract. Classroom-based research in bilingual and multilingual settings is now entering its third decade. Its origins lie in studies carried out in bilingual education programmes in the United States in the by: 2.

The Policy Context All advanced educational systems have experienced major reforms in the last two decades. Although the specific policy configurations have varied in different countries, certain general trends are identifiable.

These include an emphasis on market forces and consumerism, choice and the rights of parents, school. action patterns typically found in discourse in FL classrooms. IRF and IRE discourse patterns resurfaced in many studies on classroom discourse no matter the specifi c focus of the study (teacher-student dis-course, teacher questions, etc.), and it is therefore one of the main foci of this review.

In addition, studies that investigated the. The following is the Preface to a collection of papers entitled “Educational Policy, Narrative and Discourse” by Allan Luke to be published in June InI attended a doctoral seminar at Simon Fraser University presented by Shirley Heath, who was then completing her defining contribution to the ethnography of literacy.

Printed in the United States of America Typeface Times 10/12 pt. System QuarkXPress® Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Celce-Murcia, Marianne.

Discourse and context in language teaching / by Marianne Celce-Murcia and Elite Olshtain. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hb) – ISBN File Size: KB. Discourse Analysis and Second Language Writing For those who want to develop their writing skills in another lan-guage, discourse—authentic language as it occurs in context—can be a primary resource.

The writing classroom in English as a second language (ESL) can be organized so that students themselves learn toFile Size: KB.

The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of context on the classroom discourse skills of children with language impairment (LI). Method Four classroom contexts were audiotaped among 11 children with LI: a journal-writing conference, a small-group lesson, a peer play session, and sharing by: Discourse --> communication (spoken or written) Discourse --> share and explore ideas, thoughts, solve problems --> communication ‘language in its social context, as it is used to carry out the social and intellectual life of a.

Discourse, language in use, varies depending on the field of study. A teacher’s discourse is the way in which they use language to get things done (Sinclair and Brazil, ). Classroom discourse is unique in its setting due to the unequal power.

Although children being bilingual are quite common, it has to be noted that certain policies and expectation from the government cannot be fulfilled or be able to reach the target. For example, in the criteria of assessment, it was told that they were preparing for year six exams and that teachers were more focused on getting the marks compared.

(). English as an additional language, policy and the teaching and learning of English in England. Language and Education: Vol.

28, No. 3, pp. Cited by: Towards an analysis of discourse: the English used by teachers and pupils analysis behaviour Blue Peter Boundary Elicit choices Classes of move clause closed class command context Dipct discourse analysis discourse unit eac eac eatter Elements of Structure Elicit Elicit Elicit Elicit Inform ep ep ep Yes evaluation example formal FRAME going.

Discourse in English Language Education Discourse in English Language Education provides a solid introduction to the major concepts and issues in discourse analysis and its applications in language teaching and learning. Examples of real-world discourse in diverse international settings help to make the concepts and theories accessible.

The aim of this paper is to investigate classroom interaction in the context of English as a foreign language being the teacher a non-native speaker of the language.

One specific aspect of classroom interaction and language use is the focus of attention, namely discourse markers (DMs).Cited by:. The book is divided into two parts, overview and activities.

In the overview (the first two chapters), this discourse analysis approach is situated in the literature. In the activities section (the second two chapters), examples and templates of activities which can .An Analysis of College English Classroom Discourse Weihua Yu Qingdao University of Science and Technology QingdaoChina E-mail: [email protected] Abstract English classroom teaching and learning is an important aspect of English teaching and learning.

The analysis of. Context and Register – Halliday Halliday () identifies three variables that determine context and as a result register: field (the ‘what’ of the discourse, i.e. the subject matter and the nature of the discourse), tenor (the ‘who’ of the discourse, i.e.

the participants and their relationships) and mode (the ‘how’ i.e. the.