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  • Authors: Tô, Thị Mai (2018-11-17)

  • Although co-construction of writing is well established in literacy education literature (Cazden, 1996; Mehan, 1979), little is known about the application of this pedagogical strategy in second and foreign language teaching contexts. Also, student talk plays an important role in learning to write, yet there is limited understanding of how students collaborate to build knowledge about writing. This paper, frst, conceptualises coconstruction of writing, and then reports on a study of focus group conversations involving second-year students in an English majored program. My analysis identifed the collaborative talk patterns of group conversation among students. The fndings suggest...

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  • Authors: Tô, Thị Mai (2018-11-17)

  • Although co-construction of writing is well established in literacy education literature (Cazden, 1996; Mehan, 1979), little is known about the application of this pedagogical strategy in second and foreign language teaching contexts. Also, student talk plays an important role in learning to write, yet there is limited understanding of how students collaborate to build knowledge about writing. This paper, frst, conceptualises coconstruction of writing, and then reports on a study of focus group conversations involving second-year students in an English majored program. My analysis identifed the collaborative talk patterns of group conversation among students. The fndings suggest...