2 edition of Personal practical knowledge of language in teaching: an ethnographic study. found in the catalog.
Personal practical knowledge of language in teaching: an ethnographic study.
Siaka Ken Kroma
Written in English
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Finally, we will think through different fieldwork strategies when working with others, and how they impact the production of ethnographic knowledge. Session 4: Defining the Fieldsite This session is meant to equip attendees with the practical skill of how to determine, or work with, the limits of the fieldsite. Develop a mode of textual representation that suits your research experience, objectives, beliefs about the nature of ethnographic knowledge, and preferences. References and Further Reading on Ethnography. Anderson, G. L. (). Critical ethnography in education: Origins, current status, and new directions. Review of Educational Research,
Design. An ethnographic case study design, guided by a sociocultural perspective on learning and communication , was raphically inspired methods are appropriate when the objective is to obtain in-depth understanding of the meanings, functions and practices of a group in a specific sociocultural context .The focus was to explore social practices and everyday interactions in Cited by: 5. _____ study focuses on a single or small number of persons or situations but does not involve extensive data gathering. ACTIVITY Concept Check Directions: In the blanks below, place the letter of the following methods/terms with the italicized activity that it describes. a. case study f. ethnographic studyFile Size: KB.
This book is an ethnographic study of Westerners' lived experiences teaching English in Shanghai, China. It is based on three years of groundbreaking research into the pre-service training, classroom practices, personal identities and motives, and local socially constructed roles of a group of 'backpacker teachers' from the UK, the USA and Canada. has an engaging foreign language to help you master a new language on your own schedule! Our self-paced video lessons can help you study for exams, improve your language comprehension.
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The authors use their stories to illustrate the power of curiosity, connection, and continuity in ethnographic pursuits.
Keeping language and literacy the central concern, this volume offers practical ways for ethnographers to sustain their attention to a constant comparative perspective and to patterns of co-occurrence in language structures, uses, and by: They envisioned ethnographic investigation of layered LPP ideological and implementational spaces, taking up Hornberger's plea five years earlier for language users, educators, and researchers to fill up and wedge open ideological and implementational spaces for multiple languages, literacies, identities, and practices to flourish and grow.
Ethnographic case study. ABSTRACT. The purpose of this ethnographic case study is to examine the parents' perceptions regarding. young English Learners' (ELs) mobile-assisted language learning. Teaching and Teacher Education. Supports open access. Articles and issues Teachers' personal practical knowledge on the professional knowledge landscape.
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The purpose of this ethnographic case study is to examine the parents' perceptions regarding young English Learners' (ELs) mobile-assisted language learning (MALL) experiences from a technology-based Funds of Knowledge (FoK) approach.
Six immigrant families in the United States from four countries (including China, Mexico, Japan, and Cambodia) were home-visited with in-depth semi Author: Yan Chen, Hayley J. Mayall, Cindy S.
York, Thomas J. Smith. Show abstract. Learning as a novice can help to render visible, otherwise tacit, knowledge and skills. The enterprise is, therefore, intended as a contribution to the ethnography of knowing.
De facto language education policy through teachers' attitudes and practices: A critical ethnographic study in three Jamaican schools Article (PDF Available) in Language Policy 13(3) August Author: Shondel Nero. An education ethnography of sensitive issues problematizes the implicit, tacit, and practical knowledge of pedagogical arrangements and questions how.
Teachers’ Pedagogical Knowledge and the Teaching Profession Background Report and Project Objectives experiential and practical experiences in the classroom. Research also shows that variations in teaching performance. The first key study on teacher knowledge (Shulman, ) categorised teacher knowledge into 7 File Size: KB.
Practical knowledge leads to a much deeper understanding of a concept through the act of doing and personal experience. Practical knowledge is found to be of much use in our actual day-to-day work. There are a lot of things you can only learn through doing and experiencing; no matter how hard you try to learn that through theoretical means.
The present study focused on teaching English alphabet as a fundamental task in English teaching. The study was an attempt to investigate the impact of English versus Persian songs on the learning. This book examines indigenous education in South America, focusing on the development of intercultural education and on an ethnographic study of educational processes and change among the Arakmbut people of the Peruvian Amazon.
The Arakmbut are one of seven Harakmbut-speaking peoples who live in the Department of Madre de Dios in southeastern by: 2. Researching the social: an introduction to ethnographic research The aim of this Reader is to illustrate the innovation and variety within recent ethnographic research.
It will be of interest to academics and students across the social sciences but is particularly directed towards novice researchers. It includes work from a range of disciplines andFile Size: KB. In this textbook, M. Tombro presents the practice of teaching personal writing in the classroom as one way to motivate students to explore qualitative inquiry.
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The previous articles (there were 2 before this 1) in this series discussed several methodological approaches commonly used by qualitative researchers in the health professions.
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This article seeks to explore the emotional characteristics of teaching through an ethnographic study. An elementary school teacher participated in a 3-year research project investigating the role of emotions in her teaching, her relationships with the students, and the political context of the by:.
The Routledge Handbook of Educational Linguistics provides a comprehensive survey of the core and current language-related issues in educational contexts. Bringing together the expertise and voices of well-established as well as emerging scholars from around the world, the handbook offers over thirty authoritative and critical explorations of methodologies and contexts of educational Author: Teresa L.
McCarty.The Ethnographer's Toolkit series begins with this overview volume, which defines the qualitative research enterprise, links research strategies to theoretical paradigms, and outlines the ways in which an ethnographic study can be designed.
Using practical, straightforward language, the authors of this volume introduce readers to the research Cited by: This chapter provides a sketch of the assumptions, values, frameworks and techniques that currently characterise linguistic ethnography. In keeping with the dynamic that makes it a productive and appealing perspective, we ground our account in a series of historical, institutional and/or methodological encounters, looking at the questions and possibilities that these interactions by: