This volume surveys the research on discourse and education, adopting the broadest definition of `discource'.
* Discourse as `talk-in-interaction', commonly espoused in studies of classroom discourse since the 1970s.
* Discourse as `ways of understanding and constituting the social world', the critical, post-structuralist view of discourse as a source of power.
Several themes resonate across the four sections and the chapters within them:
* Widening the scope of enquiry, combining approaches to discourse
* Linking the study of discourse with ethnography
* Dealing with the changing nature of contemporary patterns of communication
This is one of ten volumes of the Encyclopedia of Language and Education published by Springer. The Encyclopedia bears testimony to the dynamism and evolution of the language and education field, as it confronts the ever-burgeoning and irrepressible linguistic diversity and ongoing pressures and expectations placed on education around the world.
General Editor's Introduction / Nancy H. Hornberger Introduction to Volume 3: Discourse and Education / Marilyn Martin-Jones and Anne-Marie de Mejia Contributors Reviewers Section 1: Discourse in Education: Theory and Method 1. Classroom Interaction, Situated Learning / Judith Green and Carol Dixon 2. Conversation Analysis and Talk-in-interaction in Classrooms / Junko Mori and Jane Zuengler 3. Genres and Institutions: Functional Perspectives on Educational Discourse / Frances Christie 4. Official Pedagogic Discourses and the Construction of Learners' Identities / Jill Bourne 5. Critical Discourse Analysis in Education / Rebecca Rogers 6. Post-structuralist Analysis of Classroom Discourse / Judith Baxter 7. Revoicing across Learning Spaces / Janet Maybin 8. Linguistic Anthropology of Education / Stanton Wortham Section 2: Educational Discourses, Situated Practices and Identities 9. Language Socialization, Participation and Identity: Ethnographic Approaches / Patricia A. Duff 10. Classroom Discourse and the Construction of Learner and Teacher Identities / Jasmine Luk Ching Man 11. Categorizing Learners Beyond the Classroom / Eva Hjorne and Roger Saljo 12. Constructing Elites in Kenya: Implications for Classroom Language Practices in Africa / Grace Bunyi 13. Discourse and the Construction of Gendered Identities in Education / Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen and Bronwyn Davies 14. Ethnicity at Work in Peer-group Interactions at School / Charlotte Haglund 15. Playful Talk, Learners' Play Frames and the Construction of Identities / Vally Lytra Section 3: Discourses about Language and Linguistic Diversity 16. Language Choice and Symbolic Domination / Monica Heller 17. Language Planning Ideologies, Communicative Practices and their Consequences / Rani Rubdy 18. Teachers' Practical Knowledge, Standard Language and Multicultural Classrooms / Jeff Bezemer and Sjaak Kroon 19. Discourses about English: Class, Codes and Identities in Britain / Ann Williams Section 4: Discourse and the Construction of Knowledge 20. The Guided Co-construction of Knowledge / Frank Hardman 21. Talk, Texts and Meaning-making in Classroom Contexts / Silvia Valencia Giraldo 22. Learners' Collaborative Talk / Susan Lyle 23. Role Play and Dialogue in Early Childhood Education / Sheena Gardner and Aizan Yaacob 24. Discourse and Second Language Learning / Diana Boxer 25. Discourse, Mathematics and Mathematics Education / Richard Barwell 26. Learning Science: Discursive Practices / Gregory J. Kelly 27. Everyday Funds of Knowledge and School Discourses / Elizabeth Birr Moje 28. Multimodal Discourses across the Curriculum / Carey Jewitt Subject Index Name Index Tables of Contents: Volumes 1--10
Series: Encyclopedia of Language and Education : Book 3
Number Of Pages: 412
Published: 31st July 2010
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.62
Edition Number: 2