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BademKorkmaz2020
BibType ARTICLE
Key BademKorkmaz2020
Author(s) Fatma Badem-Korkmaz, Ufuk Balaman
Title Third position repair for resolving troubles in understanding teacher instructions
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Tag(s) EMCA, Classroom discourse, Understanding, Instructions, Repair, Third position repair, Teacher talk
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Year 2020
Language English
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Journal Linguistics and Education
Volume 60
Number December 2020
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DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.linged.2020.100859
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Abstract

Teachers’ instruction-giving practices in classrooms are largely recognized as the primary condition for the smooth progression of pedagogical activities. Following the formulation of the instruction by teachers, students are expected to perform preferred actions in the next relevant place in interaction. It is also likely that potential troubles in understanding teacher instructions might arise, which leads to delays of activity completion. Such troubles are made visible in interaction through two ways: (1) students’ explicit claims of non-understanding and (2) teachers’ identification of trouble in understanding without students’ explicit claims. Using multimodal conversation analysis for the examination of video-recorded higher education English as a foreign language classroom interactions (25h), this study mainly deals with the latter in response to gaps in the literature and sets out to describe a method in particular deployed by an L2 teacher for the identification and resolution of understanding troubles in instruction-giving sequences, namely third position repairs. The findings provide insights into L2 classroom discourse.

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