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					Establishing Community
     of Discourse
       Wayne Cheek
         Bailu Liu
        Jamie Kim

       April 16. 2013
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- Context: IECP 4B Oral Communication class

 - Students: Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, UAE,
Korea, China, Taiwan

- Data: One videotaped class
        An interview with the instructor Ruth

- Research question:
  How did Ruth work with her students to
  co-construct a community of discourse and a
  relational identity (RID) to achieve her
  pedagogical goal ?
    “I hope to help them gradually become more comfortable
              with the expected roles in academic discussions.” ---- Ruth


                             Findings
1). Besides the necessary linguistic knowledge, considering students'
    further academic development is one of the IECP program's goals,
    which facilitate students' socialization into academic discourse.

2). Ruth puts students' interests and their relations with topic/activities at
    the heart of selecting materials and designing classroom activities.

   3). Ruth's attention to students' interests means the development of
       "intersubjectivity" in class that contributes to students' participations
        as well as RI enhancement, and ultimately achievement of the
        co-constructed classroom discourse.
Transcript #1
T: another one
S2: [youtube]
Ss: [bing]
T: youtube a:h i guess everyone is ( )
                                                        Intersubjectivity
Ss: ((laughter))
S1: i usually use Korean search engine
T: how many use that? one two three four
((laughter))
 ((teacher writes on board))
S2: Only Korean
T: and ( ) korean?
 ((laughter))
S3: Is it famous?
S1: Yeah, in Korea.
S4: Naver
S1: not neighbor
((laughter))
T: I never knew how to pronounce it I always thought it was /nævɜr/, not /neɪvɜr/. Didn’t know how to say it.
     Um and then we said youtube and I guess youtube does count as a search engine you can find out how
     to do things on youtube. so how many people use youtube? I’m guessing that everyone Yeah? Does
     everyone use youtube? Yeah I think seven so ok.
     Intersubjectivity
Transcript #2
T: what do you think about that? do you think parents should be allowed to be their kids'
    fri:ends so they can check up on them? we hear from parents and from kids upset as they are
    all children
S1: i think it doesn't make any uh change because i can have two profiles and the other one my
    friends
S2: ( ) o:h
S3: Yeah
T: that's what i had thought too yeah yeah yeah
S4: ( )
T: that you have like a respectable one for your parents and you have a different one for your
    friends
S5: we have a third one for ( )
((laughter))
T: So you can have multiple is a main idea it doesn't just have to be one so that is interesting
    cause a lot of parents feel like they need to check up on their ( )
Transcript #1
T: another one
S2: [youtube]
Ss: [bing]
                                                              Conversational
T: youtube a:h i guess everyone is ( )
Ss: ((laughter))
                                                              ground rules
S1: i usually use Korean search engine
T: how many use that? one two three four
((laughter))
 ((teacher writes on board))
S2: Only Korean
T: and ( ) korean?
 ((laughter))
S3: Is it famous?
S1: Yeah, in Korea.
S4: Naver
S1: not neighbor
((laughter))
T: I never knew how to pronounce it I always thought it was /nævɜr/, not /neɪvɜr/. Didn’t know how to say it.
     Um and then we said youtube and I guess youtube does count as a search engine you can find out how
     to do things on youtube. so how many people use youtube? I’m guessing that everyone Yeah? Does
     everyone use youtube? Yeah I think seven so ok.
Transcript #1
T: another one
S2: [youtube]
Ss: [bing]
T: youtube a:h i guess everyone is ( )
                                                             Conversational
Ss: ((laughter))
S1: i usually use Korean search engine
                                                             ground rules
T: how many use that? one two three four
((laughter))
 ((teacher writes on board))
S2: Only Korean
T: and ( ) korean?
 ((laughter))
S3: Is it famous?
S1: Yeah, in Korea.
S4: Naver
S1: not neighbor
((laughter))
T: I never knew how to pronounce it I always thought it was /nævɜr/, not /neɪvɜr/. Didn’t know how to say it.
     Um and then we said youtube and I guess youtube does count as a search engine you can find out how
     to do things on youtube. so how many people use youtube? I’m guessing that everyone Yeah? Does
     everyone use youtube? Yeah I think seven so ok.
 SETT Framework
Functions
- To describe the classroom interactions
- To guide teacher facilitate the interactions.

Managerial Mode & Classroom Context Mode
Transcript#3

1. T: ((laughs)) Merci beaucoup
2. T: : So, ok, so I want to hear how what search engines
3. do you use, we’re going to make a survey to see how
4. many you can ( ) so what’s one you use?
5. Ss: google (This section is characterized by many
  short IRF exchanges)
6. T: =google? so how many people use google? raise
7. your hands (..) one two everybody (...) almost yes?
8. everyone? ok so google i:s everyo:ne?
9. ((teacher writes on board))
10. S: google
11. T: what else?
12. Ss: yahoo
Transcript #4
28.   S: not neighbor
29.   ((laughter))
30.   T: I never knew how to pronounce it i always thought it was /nævɑr/
31.   not /nevɑr/ didn’t know how to say it an- then we said youtube an- I guess youtube does count
32.   as a search engine you can find out how to do things on youtube so how many people use
                                                                         ok
33. youtube? ( ) i’m guessing not everyone yes does everyone use youtube? i think seven so
35. T: ok so then if we g:o to um talking about how you choose so everybody can choose google,
   those of you who use yahoo how do you choose between google and yahoo?
39. S: if i don’t find something like on the first page of google I just search yahoo
40.   T: and you get different results then
41.   S: yeah
42.   T: huh
43.   S: if you just want to search you can use google but I think yahoo is…uh good uh ( ) poto
      setes? poto sites?
45. T: photo sites?
46. S: yes I think photo sites and you can (2) except for the search you can to gather a lot of
47. information from it
48. T: you     can get there information that is different news?
49. S: yes
50.   T: OK [and then]
51.   S: ( ) is actually ( ) yahoo mail
52.   T: yeah yahoo mail is ( )
53.   S: ( )
Transcript#5
54.   S: i don’t know about google as email=
55.   T: =gmail yeah that can be interesting to see anyone use gmail? i use gmail
56.   an' then yahoo mail
57.   and uh and then what other email do you use?
58.   S: ( ) ((laughter))
59.   S: hot- hotmail ( )
60.   T: hotmail ok hotmail is the big one
61.   S: ( )
62.   T: hotmail and yahoo and how did you choose?
63.   ((teacher holds right hand out in a “what do you have to say”
64.   gesture))
65.   T: i choose g-mail because my friends are using g-mail ( ) dumb but I just -
66.   S: ( ) my friends use hotmail
67.   T: hotmail so whatever your friends are using not necessarily what’s the
68. best one or not ( ) ah   ok: so that’s good let’s talk about
69. social networks
70. S: (Switch back to classroom context mode): facebook
71. ((teacher writes on board))
72. S1: =facebook
73. T: how    many people are on facebook
74. S: ()
Community of Practice
Community of Discourse

  Relational Identity
 Resources for Joint Intellectual
Activity

               A History

         A Collective Identity

        Reciprocal obligations

             A Discourse
  Communities of ?
Community of Practice




Community of Discourse
               Identities
      Mercer: Collective identities
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        Boxer and Cortés-Conde:

    Group Identities   (Relational Identities)
Boxer and Cortés-Conde

Teacher =
Transcript #2

T: what do you think about that? do you think parents should be allowed to be
their kids' fri:ends so they can check up on them? we hear from parents and from
kids upset as they are all children
S1: i think it doesn't make any uh change because i can have two profiles and the
other one my friends
S2: ( ) o:h
S3: Yeah
T: that's what i had thought too yeah yeah yeah
S4: ( )
T: that you have like a respectable one for your parents and you have a different
one for your friends
S5: we have a third one for ( )
((laughter))
T: So you can have multiple is a main idea it doesn't just have to be one so that is
interesting cause a lot of parents feel like they need to check up on their ( )
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