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Conversation Analysis Seminar: L2 Learning as Discursive Practice conference program
|Title:||Conversation Analysis Seminar: L2 Learning as Discursive Practice conference program|
|Authors:||National Foreign Language Resource Center|
second language acquisition
|Publisher:||National Foreign Language Resource Center, University of Hawai‘i|
|Citation:||National Foreign Language Resource Center. (2006, August). Conversation Analysis Seminar: L2 Learning as Discursive Practice conference program. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i, National Foreign Language Resource Center.|
|Abstract:||Conversation Analysis (CA) is increasingly adopted to examine second language interactions as sites for and evidence of L2 learning as a discursive practice. The purpose of the seminar is to further advance this ongoing effort. Topics will include: (1)Interactional competence as resource and under construction, (2) Interaction & cognition, (3) Interaction & grammar, (4) Interaction & learning, (5) Membership categorization & social identity. The seminar does NOT offer an introduction to CA. Rather, it addresses itself to researchers with a background in CA whose work focuses on, or includes, CA as an approach to L2 learning. We hope to welcome veteran CA analysts as well as graduate students with relevant training.|
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