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dc.contributor.authorTrần, Thị Thu Nga-
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dc.date.issued2018-11-17-
dc.identifier.citation1. Brown, H. (2001), Teaching by principle an interactive approach to language pedagogy,White Plains, NY: Pearson Education 2. Paul Seedhouse, Classroom interaction: possibilities and impossibilities, ELT Journal Volume 50/1 January 1996, Oxford University Press 1996 3. Steve Walsh (2011), Exploring Classroom Discourse : Language in Action, Routledge 4. Paul Seedhouse and Christopher J.Jenks, International perspectives on ELT classroom interaction, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015 5. Kaanta,L. (2012), Teachers’ embodied allocations in instructional interaction Classroom Discourse 6. Lieberscher, G. and Dailey-O’Cain, J. (2005), Learner code-switching in the context based foreign language classroom, The Modern Language Journal 7. Li, L. and Walsh, S. (2011), Technology uptake in Chinese EFL classes, Language Teaching Research 8. Mori, J. and Hayashi, M. (2006), The achievement of intersubjectivity through embodied completion: A study of interactions between frst and second language speakers, Applied Linguistics. 9. Mori, J. (2004), Negotiating sequential boundaries and learning opportunities: A case from a Japanese language classroom, The Modern Language Journal2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS... 477 10. Hall, Hellermann and Pekarek Doehler (2011), L2 Interactional Competence and Development, Bristol, UK: Multilingual Maters 11. Hosoda, Y. (2006), Repair and relevance of differential language expertise in second language conversations, Applied Linguistics 12. Nguyen, H.T (2007), Rapport building in language instruction: A microanalysis of the multiple resources in teacher talk, Language and Education 13. Howat, A. and Widdowson, H (2004), A history of English Language Teaching, Oxford University Press 14. Nakamura, I.(2008), Understanding how teacher and student talk with each other: An exploration of how ‘repair’ displays the co-management of talk-in-interaction, Language Teaching Reseach 15. Icbay, M.A(2010), Conversation Analysis in the Classroom: The role of Classroom interaction in the Construction of Classroom Order, Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert [6. Rajab, T.(2013), Classroom Interaction of EFL Secondary School Teachers, Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert 17. Kasper, G.(2004), Participant orientations in German conversation-for-learning, Modern Language Journalvi
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dc.description.abstractClassroom interaction has been considered one of the most important pedagogical research topics in language classrooms in recent decades, mostly due to the influence of the Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky. Interactions in language classrooms are important social activities for students through which they not only construct knowledge, but also build confdence and identity as competent language users. Many research methodologies have been employed to investigate English language teaching (ELT) classroom interaction. This paper aims to provide a review of the conceptualization of classroom interaction. It also states the conception of classroom interaction from second language acquisition theories. Besides reviewing defnitions of classroom interaction, this paper also focuses on how ELT classroom interactions have been researched in the literature. From that, researches in relation to classroom interaction in classes that use English as a medium of instruction (EMI) are presented.vi
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dc.publisherNHÀ XUẤT BẢN ĐẠI HỌC QUỐC GIA HÀ NỘIvi
dc.subjectclassroom interactionvi
dc.subjectEnglish as a medium of instructionvi
dc.subjectDefinitionvi
dc.titleCLASSOOM INTERACTION IN EMI CLASSES: A LITERATURE REVIEWvi
dc.typeWorking Papervi
dc.contributor.conference2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS “LINGUISTICS - FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION INTERDISCIPLINARY FIELDSvi
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    dc.contributor.authorTrần, Thị Thu Nga-
    dc.date.accessioned2019-10-03T07:38:02Z-
    dc.date.available2019-10-03T07:38:02Z-
    dc.date.issued2018-11-17-
    dc.identifier.citation1. Brown, H. (2001), Teaching by principle an interactive approach to language pedagogy,White Plains, NY: Pearson Education 2. Paul Seedhouse, Classroom interaction: possibilities and impossibilities, ELT Journal Volume 50/1 January 1996, Oxford University Press 1996 3. Steve Walsh (2011), Exploring Classroom Discourse : Language in Action, Routledge 4. Paul Seedhouse and Christopher J.Jenks, International perspectives on ELT classroom interaction, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015 5. Kaanta,L. (2012), Teachers’ embodied allocations in instructional interaction Classroom Discourse 6. Lieberscher, G. and Dailey-O’Cain, J. (2005), Learner code-switching in the context based foreign language classroom, The Modern Language Journal 7. Li, L. and Walsh, S. (2011), Technology uptake in Chinese EFL classes, Language Teaching Research 8. Mori, J. and Hayashi, M. (2006), The achievement of intersubjectivity through embodied completion: A study of interactions between frst and second language speakers, Applied Linguistics. 9. Mori, J. (2004), Negotiating sequential boundaries and learning opportunities: A case from a Japanese language classroom, The Modern Language Journal2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS... 477 10. Hall, Hellermann and Pekarek Doehler (2011), L2 Interactional Competence and Development, Bristol, UK: Multilingual Maters 11. Hosoda, Y. (2006), Repair and relevance of differential language expertise in second language conversations, Applied Linguistics 12. Nguyen, H.T (2007), Rapport building in language instruction: A microanalysis of the multiple resources in teacher talk, Language and Education 13. Howat, A. and Widdowson, H (2004), A history of English Language Teaching, Oxford University Press 14. Nakamura, I.(2008), Understanding how teacher and student talk with each other: An exploration of how ‘repair’ displays the co-management of talk-in-interaction, Language Teaching Reseach 15. Icbay, M.A(2010), Conversation Analysis in the Classroom: The role of Classroom interaction in the Construction of Classroom Order, Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert [6. Rajab, T.(2013), Classroom Interaction of EFL Secondary School Teachers, Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert 17. Kasper, G.(2004), Participant orientations in German conversation-for-learning, Modern Language Journalvi
    dc.identifier.isbn978-604-62-6097-4-
    dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/67540-
    dc.description.abstractClassroom interaction has been considered one of the most important pedagogical research topics in language classrooms in recent decades, mostly due to the influence of the Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky. Interactions in language classrooms are important social activities for students through which they not only construct knowledge, but also build confdence and identity as competent language users. Many research methodologies have been employed to investigate English language teaching (ELT) classroom interaction. This paper aims to provide a review of the conceptualization of classroom interaction. It also states the conception of classroom interaction from second language acquisition theories. Besides reviewing defnitions of classroom interaction, this paper also focuses on how ELT classroom interactions have been researched in the literature. From that, researches in relation to classroom interaction in classes that use English as a medium of instruction (EMI) are presented.vi
    dc.description.sponsorshipULISvi
    dc.language.isoenvi
    dc.publisherNHÀ XUẤT BẢN ĐẠI HỌC QUỐC GIA HÀ NỘIvi
    dc.subjectclassroom interactionvi
    dc.subjectEnglish as a medium of instructionvi
    dc.subjectDefinitionvi
    dc.titleCLASSOOM INTERACTION IN EMI CLASSES: A LITERATURE REVIEWvi
    dc.typeWorking Papervi
    dc.contributor.conference2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS GRADUATE RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS “LINGUISTICS - FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION INTERDISCIPLINARY FIELDSvi
    dc.contributor.schoolHọc viện Tài chínhvi
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