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Conversation Analysis and Second Language Pedagogy.
Wong, J. & Waring, H. (2010). Conversation Analysis and Second Language Pedagogy. Routledge. Further details: http://www.tesolacademic.org/featuredpublications.htm#894338498
Views: 2527 TESOLacademic
Analyzing spoken conversation
This video lecture is a part of the course 'An Introduction to English Linguistics' at the University of Neuchâtel. This is session 13, in which I discuss the study of spoken conversation.
Views: 17493 Martin Hilpert
John Terry Dundon (M.A. ’19): Applied Linguistics
Title: Analyzing Conversation Practices in the Endangered Rushani Language Abstract: Understanding commonalities of interactional practices across vastly different cultural settings has the potential to inform both intercultural communication and second language pedagogy. To this end, this study analyzes conversation practices in an unwritten and endangered language, Rushani, which is spoken primarily in remote, mountainous areas of Tajikistan and Afghanistan. It does so through “conversation analysis,” an approach for unpacking interactional practices used in applied linguistics. Three telephone conversations among native Rushani speakers were recorded, transcribed (using the International Phonetic Alphabet), and translated. Analysis of the form and function of each conversation turn was then conducted, with particular focus on the call openings. Examples were sought in these conversations of the four opening sequences of telephone calls that have been identified in calls conducted in other languages: summons-answer; identification-recognition; greetings; and initial inquiries. At first glance, Rushani telephone conversation openings appear to skip over greetings and move directly into an extended exchange of initial inquiries. However, upon closer analysis, it is argued that a Rushani word that literally translates as “How are you,” is in fact used by participants as a greeting. So, despite their apparent form as inquiries, the greetings these Rushani conversations serve the same function and resolve the same interactional issues as those in other languages. These results are then linked to a broader debate between the “universalist” position of conversation analysis, which posits a common framework for conversations across all languages, and “particularistic” positions, which acknowledge various degrees of culturally-driven variation; this test case seems to support the universalist position. As an additional implication of this study, this time for second language pedagogy, it is argued that telephone conversation openings should be taught as a discrete topic. It is a language task that is both intimidating for the learner, and a vital component of basic communicative competence. This initial study is described in “‘tsɑrɑŋ?’ - Telephone Conversation Openings in the Rushani Language”, to be published in the May 2019 issue of Columbia University Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL. A follow-up study is planned that will use a larger data set and explore additional interactional issues.
This webinar will explore practical ways in which insights from Conversation Analysis (CA) can enhance classroom practices. First, we will examine some of the basic tenets of CA. The bulk of our time together will explore applying CA to the Language Classroom. Specifically, we will discuss (1) how CA can be helpful to decide what to teach, and (2) how CA can help us to either create or adapt materials in order to provide students in the SL/FL classroom with authentic learning experiences. Focus will be on the practical, rather than theoretical, aspects of CA. Presenter: Catherine Box is a Lecturer in Educational Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania.
very pedagogical conversation
04:05, so... what is video art?
Views: 404 Leonel Cunha
George Psathas on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis
An interview with Emeritus Professor George Psathas from the University of Boston talking about the relationship between Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis From his webpage "George Psathas (B.A. '50 and Ph.D. '56 Yale University; M.A. '51 University of Michigan) is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Boston University (since 1997) and Professor (since 1968) and has served as Chairman and Associate Chairman of the Department. He also has taught at Indiana University, the University of Colorado, and Washington University, St. Louis, and held visiting appointments at the University of London, the Panteios School in Athens, the International University of Japan, Doshisha University (Kyoto), and the Institute for Human Sciences (Vienna). He is past president of the Society of Retired Faculty and Staff, Boston University; co-founder of the Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences; co-founder of the International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis; and founder and Editor-in-Chief of Human Studies: An International Journal for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences. He is listed in Who's Who in The World, 2006; Who's Who in America, 2005 and Who's Who in the East, 1997."
Views: 5500 AIEMCA
Beyond Talk: application of Conversation Analysis to English learning for adults
Education - Applied Linguistics In this video the primary author of Beyond Talk, Dr A.M Barraja-Rohan, explains the rationale for applying Conversation Analysis to the teaching and learning of English to adults. Beyond Talk aims to develop second language interactional competence and pragmatics in older adolescents and adults. This video also explores what benefits a conversation analytic approach brings to both learners and teachers. This application represents an innovative methodology and was originally encapsulated in the published course book entitled Beyond Talk. More information about Beyond Talk can be found on this website: https://eslandcateaching.wordpress.com/
Views: 355 amsbarr
Conversation Analysis 1/2
Complete recording of 2-day workshop on conversation analysis (CA) by Dr. Liz Holt, University of Huddersfield, UK, organised at Department of Linguistics, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University from 8 - 9 December, 2015 as part of Agra-Huddersfield Joint Workshop and Seminar Series under The Aggression Project, funded by UGC-UKIERI Thematic Partnership. In order to contact for further details or a high-resolution video, write on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/KMIAgra/) or send an email to [email protected]
Views: 2551 Linguistics KMI
Second Language Learning pedagogy: Theoretical considerations
Dr Ania Lian, Charles Darwin University, Australia
Views: 599 Ania Lian
Conversation Analysis and English as a Lingua Franca
Natalia Duruss from the DICA Lab at the University of Luxembourg talking about research using Conversation Analysis to investigate how English is used in multilingual classrooms
Views: 1803 AIEMCA
Gordon Pask (1970s): Conversation Theory of Second Language Acquisition
This short video defines 2 important vocabulary words: negotiation of meaning and scaffolding. The presentation ends with an example of a scaffolded conversation.
Views: 1473 Mary Acevedo
Conversation Analysis
Views: 117 Brooke Fugate
Views: 486 Nabila Khanza
Conversation Analysis I
Subject:Linguistics Paper: Pragmatic and discourse analysis
Views: 249 Vidya-mitra
Conversation analysis
Conversation analysis is an approach to the study of social interaction, embracing both verbal and non-verbal conduct, in situations of everyday life. As its name implies, CA began with a focus on casual conversation, but its methods were subsequently adapted to embrace more task- and institution-centered interactions, such as those occurring in doctors' offices, courts, law enforcement, helplines, educational settings, and the mass media. As a consequence, the term 'conversation analysis' has become something of a misnomer, but it has continued as a term for a distinctive and successful approach to the analysis of social interactions. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 9639 Audiopedia
Conversation Analysis: doing a CA PHD on medical interaction
Sarah White from the University of Otago/Wellington School of medicine, talking about the benefits and pitfalls of using conversation for your PHD. Some great recommendations towards the end about learning CA method!
Views: 1220 AIEMCA
A Practical Approach to doing Applied Conversation Analysis
In this webinar, Jessica Lester and Michelle O’Reilly illustrate the value of analyzing conversations in applied settings. Drawing upon conversation analysis, they highlight how to use this particular approach to design and carry out studies in the real world.
Views: 979 SAGE
Conversational Analysis
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Views: 8153 Denise Chng
Conversation Analysis and Interactional Linguistics: Traci Walker
Traci Walker from the University of York talking at IPRA about the relationship between Interactional Linguistics/Linguistics and Conversation Analysis
Views: 4890 AIEMCA
Conversation Analysis (Pragmatics)
This was taken from Man of Steel (2013) To study conversation as part of Pragmatics
Views: 10873 Leo Grand
Vassilico Final Project.MP4
Lauren Vassilico's Discourse Analysis final Project for Special Topics. The topic of research is 'Pauses' in conversations.
Views: 48 LaurenVassilico
Conversation Analysis Loughborough Diaries 1
Following on from the series of videos on Conversation Analysis taken at ICCA 2010 we have Charles Antaki from Loughborough University talking about applied CA.
Views: 6143 AIEMCA
Analysis of a conversation's development
This video was made for academic purposes only. Subject Conversation course. The topic is about a conversation analysis based on aspects of cooperation and interlocuión.
Views: 28 Frank J Mikhail
Conversation Analysis and Journalism Research: Mats Ekstrom
Professor Mats Ekstrom from the University of Oerbro in Sweden in an Interview at IPRA talking about the use of Conversation Analysis to research Journalism.
Views: 456 AIEMCA
Speech acts and conversational maxims
This video lecture is a part of the course 'An Introduction to English Linguistics' at the University of Neuchâtel. This is session 12, in which I discuss speech acts and conversational maxims.
Views: 38805 Martin Hilpert
conversation analysis
Conversation sequence taken from TV Show Greek Season 2 Episode 5.
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Conversation Analysis and Speech Pathology: Applied conversation analysis in therapy settings
Libby Clark from CSU talking about the use, and potential for more use of Conversation Analysis in Speech Therapy settings dealing with
Views: 1271 AIEMCA
Introduction to Conversation Analysis - University of Oxford
Course Tutor Charlotte Albury outlines what to expect from the Short Course in Conversation Analysis at the University of Oxford. The course is run by the University's Health Experience Research Group in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences and is one of seven courses run by the group. Find out more at http://www.phc.ox.ac.uk/qrmcourses
Views: 1129 Oxford Primary Care
Conversational analysis
A discussion of the terms in Conversational Analysis and Principles of Conversation
Views: 6698 Carl Isaacson
Conversational analysis (PSY)
Subject:Psychology Paper:Qualitative methods
Views: 150 Vidya-mitra
Mike Lynch - Epistemics: Empiricised Philosophy in Ethnomethodology/Conversation Analysis
Mike Lynch (Cornell) speaking at Manchester Mind & Society 2.0 Chair: Wes Sharrock Title: Epistemics: Empiricised Philosophy in Ethnomethodology / Conversation Analysis Manchester, UK. March 30th, 2015
Views: 1152 Phil Hutchinson
CA-style annotation/transcription using CLAN
Here I'm using CLAN (http://childes.psy.cmu.edu/clan/) to re-transcribe some sections of conversation from the BNC (http://www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk/) for conversation analysis.
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Conversation analysis 2
for Marigrace
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Liz Stokoe on science and art of conversation: Podcast Episode #12
In this episode I interview Professor Liz Stokoe, while we were both speaking at Cheltenham Science Festival. Liz is a Professor of Social Interaction at Loughborough University, specialising in conversational analysis. Liz shares her insights into the dynamics of conversation, some of the aggressive moves people make and how to manage these situations and what we can learn from delicate exchanges such as marriage guidance mediators and suicide negotiators. I really enjoyed this interview and found it utterly fascinating to hear Liz's insights and advice. Episode #12 1:30 The future of human communication 2:17 The forensic examination of conversational encounters 4:30 'Mis-greeters' and 'recalibrating' initial greetings 6:15 Liz's route to conversational analysis 7:05 Liz's PhD - an analysis of university tutorials. Students reluctant to show they worked hard, cool to not prepare but actually working very hard 8:10 Myth busting - Gender and interaction. Zero evidence that women and men talk differently in systematic ways 11:00 Identity categories such as gender, sexuality, ethnicity, age etc stereotype and narrow conversational focus, anything can be turned into an aspect of your identity which limits and reinforces stereotypes 12:30 The concept of coaching differently because of gender 14:00 'Recipient design' - the monitoring of a conversation recipient to see if ideas are landing via body language, fractional delays in responses etc 16:07 'First movers' - challenging greetings. For example, "Where've you been?" as a mis-greeting 19:07 Dealing with a first mover! Recalibrating the conversation and socializing 21:00 Conflict is good, it is important to be able to challenge 21:34 Responding under pressure - suicide negotiators. Live conversation analysis in a real-life, lifesaving setting 25:40 Conversational Analytic Roleplay Method (CARM) - real conversation from real encounters paused…what would you do next? Learning through the expertise of others 26:00 What actually works in a real-life, live encounter, rather than roleplaying guidelines 27:30 The problems with traditional roleplay 29:57 Mediators for relationship management. Explaining a process rather than philosophy. Are you willing…? Willing works! Single words can change the outcome of a conversation either positively or negatively 34:45 Subtle changes in language create different outcomes 'Let's get things sorted out' rather than 'I can help' 36:31 The field of conversational analysis in the future 37:40 Sports coaching - tennis parents and kids. The conversations between parent and child at the beginning, middle and end of a competition Liz's ted talk, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtOG5PK8xDA&t=1042s Follow Liz on Twitter https://twitter.com/LizStokoe Find out more about Liz's CARM training http://www.carmtraining.org/
Views: 505 Steve Ingham
A Conversation Analysis of Three-Party Medical Consultations in Saudi Arabia
Maha Al-Ayyash: "She doesn't know that she has a tumor": A Conversation Analysis of Three-Party Medical Consultations in Saudi Arabia University of Edinburgh Linguistics and English Language Postgraduate Conference 2012. http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk/~pgc/index.html
Views: 658 SeanGeraintRoberts
Contrastive analysis hypothesis in ch 9
via YouTube Capture
Views: 4228 Robert Betts
How Do You Mirror the Shopper's Conversational Style?
Dana Pratt III, ecommerce director, Bill Marsh Automotive Group
Views: 96 DealerADvantage
Conversation Analysis
Views: 468 Tim Jefferson
Rethinking "Dead" Language Instruction: Ancient Languages and Modern Language Pedagogy
A Craft of Teaching in the Academic Study of Religion program. There is a widely accepted notion that teachers of ancient and so-called "dead" languages face a set of challenges distinct from that of modern language teachers, with different goals and approaches. The purpose of this workshop is to reconsider this notion. We'll be asking such questions as: What goals do we have in mind for our language students, and how successful are we in guiding them to these goals? What assumptions underlie the usual approaches to teaching ancient languages? What aspects of modern language instruction might we fruitfully incorporate into our teaching? Although Latin will be a focus of the presentation, this workshop is designed to benefit all teachers of ancient languages. Led by Alex Lee, an advanced PhD student in the Department of Classics, University of Chicago. During his several years of teaching Latin and Greek at the university, he has developed a passion for language pedagogy. He is very interested in language acquisition theory and has experience with alternative methods of language instruction. Co-sponsored by the Department of Classics. Recorded in Swift Hall's Common Room on May 10, 2013. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGOytSubscribe About #UChicago: A destination for inquiry, research, and education, the University of Chicago empowers scholars to challenge conventional thinking. Our diverse community of creative thinkers celebrates ideas, and is celebrated for them. #UChicago on the Web: Home: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-home News: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-news Facebook: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-FB Twitter: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-TW Instagram: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-IG University of Chicago on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/uchicago *** ACCESSIBILITY: If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please email [email protected]
TESOL Pedagogy A
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Conversation Analysis: Tatsuo & Colin 2
Second conversation segment for the purposes of a critical discourse analysis project.
Views: 6436 Colin Blake