In times of curriculum change, a book describing the importance of classroom talk, and how talk shapes the learning encountered in lessons, is both necessary and timely. The role of talk is often overlooked as a key element of effective pedagogy. This book will show how classroom practice unfolds in the dimensions of the language used in classrooms, the activities encountered in classroom literacy learning and the relational arrangements for teaching and learning.
|Place of Publication||Newtown, NSW|
|Publisher||Primary English Teaching Association|
|Number of pages||168|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|