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Jakonen2015
BibType ARTICLE
Key Jakonen2015
Author(s) Teppo Jakonen
Title Handling knowledge: Using classroom materials to construct and interpret information requests
Editor(s)
Tag(s) Action formation, Objects in interaction, Multimodality, Social epistemics, Classroom interaction, Learning materials
Publisher
Year 2015
Language
City
Month
Journal Journal of Pragmatics
Volume 89
Number
Pages 100-112
URL
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2015.10.001
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Organization
Institution
School
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Edition
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Howpublished
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Abstract

This articlecontributestotherecentconversationanalyticinterestinexploringthemechanismsofactionformationandascriptionby investigatinghowembodiedinteractionalpracticesinvolvingmaterialobjectsrelatetotheorganizationofsocialaction.Usingasdata informationrequestsequencesinstudent--studentinteraction,thestudyhighlightsthematerialnatureofaninteractionalcontextand examineshowstudentsorientintalkandbybodily-visualmeanstotheirandtheirco-conversants’ textual documentsduringindividual task work.Sequentialanalysesillustratehowthemanualhandlingofsucheverydaylearningmaterialsashandoutsandtaskssheetsis not onlyanimportantresourceforconstructingthesocialactionsofrequestingandassertinginformation,butisalsoorientedasabasis for drawinginferencesabouttheparticipants’ relative epistemicstatuses.Thearticleconcludesbyconsideringhowembodiedactionand joint activitiescontributetowardsactionformationandascription.Finally,itisalsosuggestedthatinvestigatingtheinteractionaluseof learning materialsiscentralifwewishtounderstandhowtheymaysupportstudents’ task workbyorganizingepistemicpracticesspecific to classroomsand,throughthosepractices,constructparticularinstitutionalidentitiesforstudents.

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