Peter-- If you send the pdf of LSV in the classroom from Comm Ed we can put
it on the xmca web page as papers for discussion.
On 4/15/06, mktostes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Peter, I would be very grateful if you could send your article about the
> social environment of the classroom.
> Karin Quast
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> de Peter Smagorinsky
> Enviada em: quinta-feira, 30 de março de 2006 08:28
> Para: eXtended Mind, Culture, Activity
> Assunto: Re: [xmca] Dialogism-based models/tools
> A good example of how Bakhtin's principles are applied to school-based
> discussions of literature appears in Martin Nystrand's Opening Dialogue
> (Teachers College Press, 1997). It got some attention on xmca awhile back:
> I've also helped to chime in on literature discussions:
> Marshall, J. D., Smagorinsky, P., & Smith, M. W. (1995). The
> language of interpretation: Patterns of discourse in discussions of
> literature. NCTE Research Report No. 27. Urbana, IL: National Council of
> Teachers of English.
> My section of this project was also published as Smagorinsky, P. &
> Fly, P. K. (1993). The social environment of the classroom: A Vygotskian
> perspective on small group process. Communication Education, 42, 159-171.
> which I have in pdf format and would be happy to send to anyone who's
> interested. Peter
> At 08:59 AM 3/30/2006 +0200, you wrote:
> >Can perhaps some of you advice me on tools/methods/models used for a
> >dialogism-based understanding of people's conversations? One such model,
> >called "Initiative-response analysis" was for example presented in P.
> >Linell, L. Gustavsson, and P. Juvonen. Interactional dominance in dyadic
> >communication: a presentation of initiative-response analysis.
> >26:415--442, 1988, but it would be interesting to see more tools like
> >One could of course always start by using software such as NVivo and go
> >a very open-minded approach and see what themes and topics that appear
> >a material. However, as far I as know, that requires a whole lot of
> >understanding from the researcher at the start, in order to know what to
> >look for in the conversations. Therefore, it would be interesting to hear
> >more about your experiences from using analytical tools and models to
> >understand dialogs along the lines of Bakhtin/Volosinov/Holquist and
> >Patrik Bergman
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