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Jakonen2016a
BibType ARTICLE
Key Jakonen2016a
Author(s) Teppo Jakonen
Title Managing multiple normativities in classroom interaction:Student responses to teacher reproaches for inappropriatelanguage choice in a bilingual classroom
Editor(s)
Tag(s) Classroom interaction, Conversation analysis, Bilingual education, Language alternation, Code-switching
Publisher
Year 2016
Language
City
Month
Journal Linguistics and Education
Volume 33
Number
Pages 14-27
URL
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.linged.2015.11.003
ISBN
Organization
Institution
School
Type
Edition
Series
Howpublished
Book title
Chapter

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Abstract

This article adds to research on bilingual language alternation by investigating how lan-guage choice is managed at the crossroads of social norms and rules in the interaction of abilingual classroom. Drawing on conversation analytic methodology, the paper examinessequences in which the teacher invokes a locally established, explicit rule whereby thestudents are to use L2 only in the classroom. Sequential analyses focus on how studentsrespond to such teacher turns, addressing either the teacher or their peers, and how theyalign with the classroom rule in their responses. It is argued that when responding to rule-enforcement, students position themselves not only as regards the behavioural norm set bythe particular classroom rule, but also in terms of teacher authority to regulate behaviourvia such a rule. The implications of these micro-interactional findings to the social andideological order of bilingual classrooms are briefly discussed.

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