EMCA Teaching Resources

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Please submit teaching and learning materials to this page - email admins@emcawiki.net for an account, or to suggest new resources to list. We are looking for: syllabi, course outlines, powerpoint slides, student participation and assignment exercises, assessment techniques, online resources and useful links, reference materials / book lists.

Teaching resources

Tutorials & Introductory Talks

  • Data Sessions
  • CASE advisory on equipment for recording and analysing in CA
  • Charles Antaki’s resources, Lectures on analyzing talk and interaction: [1] and his online CA tutorial [2]
  • Paul ten Have: “Doing CA”, A slide show; a 11-slide introduction, based on my book Doing conversation analysis,  for a ‘master class’ at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense, 20 May 2009: a downloadable exe-file that can be played on any computer or a pdf-file with the text of the slides
  • Nick Llewellyn’s resources: http://llewellyn.nick.googlepages.com/tutorial  Notes and demonstration on analysing observational real time data
  • Richard Ogden’s Praat tutorials: https://www.york.ac.uk/language/current/resources/praat/ Video demonstrations of Praat software, how to navigate, use for typical analyses, and create stills.
  • Manny Schegloff’s homepage, includes transcription module: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/soc/faculty/schegloff/
  • Elizabeth Stokoe: Conversations, Categories, and Applications: Methods for Analysing Interaction, Teacher's College, Columbia [3], March 23rd, 2011 Video
  • Learning How to Look and to Listen : Videos from a conference to document and illustrate the basic patterns of visual and auditory attention that are employed by researchers (e.g. Chuck Goodwin, Jürgen Streeck, John Haviland, Barbara Rogoff, Wolff-Michael Roth, Jasmine Ma, Mark Sicoli, and Sarah Jean Johnson) who use video to study social interaction.

Explanatory guides

Software

Software Tutorials

Syllabi

Databases

EMCA in Other Languages

Other resources

Video

See also EMCA-relevant Media

Videos for use in lectures/presentations

Useful clips to send to students