top International Perspectives on Elt Classroom Interaction
The last few decades have seen an increase in interest in classroom interaction, and this has coincided with the global spread of ELT. This book gathers together 11 empirical-based studies of classroom interaction carried out in different countries, including the USA, England, Kenya, Sweden, and China. Implementing methodologies including conversation analysis, corpus-based analysis and discourse analysis, and covering investigatory issues such as CLIL, multilingualism and computer-assisted language learning, each chapter provides cutting-edge accounts of classroom issues and challenges. Along with a state-of-the-art literature review, the chapters provide key insights and engagement priorities that will prove relevant to a variety of learning and teaching contexts.