33 (Sp. Issue), 2018


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PREFACE
 
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PUBLICATION POLICY AND RULES

 

Editorial to the Special Issue ‘Conversation Analytic Studies on Teaching and Learning Practices: International Perspectives’
Paul SEEDHOUSE, Ufuk BALAMAN & Olcay SERT


Joint Initiation and Joint Feedback: Connecting Collaboration with Pedagogy in Co-teaching
Allie Hope KING


‘Can anyone help her?’: Managing Student Embarrassment in the Adult ESL Classroom
Ann Tai CHOE


Teacher Practices in Establishing Understanding in a Foreign Language Classroom
Anna FILIPI


Conversation Analysis in Language Teacher Education: An Approach for Reflection Through Action Research
Chris Carl HALE, Alexander NANNI & Daniel HOOPER


A Chorus Line: Engaging (or Not) with the Open Floor
Christine JACKNICK & Sarah C. CREIDER


Being a Non-expert in L2 English: Constructing Egalitarianism in Group Preparation Work
Eric HAUSER


Learner Initiative in the Spanish as a Foreign Language Classroom: Implications for the Interactional Development
Jaume BATTLE RODRIGUEZ & Isabel MURILLO WILSTERMANN


High Fidelity Simulation: From Simulation to Debrief, Assessing Leadership and Followership Management
Lucien TISSERAND


Category-Bound Rights and Obligations of Young EFL Learners in Denmark: The Case of (Extreme) Differentiation
Maria Vanessa AUS DER WIESCHEN


Script Proposals in Undergraduate Supervision
Marion WEST


From Shared Interaction to Shared Language: Learning a Second Language in an Immersion Kindergarten
Marjo SAVIJÄRVI


‘What Can We Do to Talk More?’: Analysing Language Learners’ Online Interaction
Melinda DOOLY & Nuriya DAVITOVA


Teachers′ Demonstrations of Epistemic Access in Teacher-Student Interactions in a Digital Setting
Myrte N. GOSEN


Doing Exploratory Talk in the Language Classroom: A Sequential Account
Nancy BOBLETT


Doing English-Only Instructions: A Multimodal Account of Bilingual Bangladeshi Classrooms
Rizwan-Ul HUQ


Challenging and Objecting: Functions of Third Position Turns in Student-Initiated Question Sequences
Saija MERKE


Refining Musical Performance through Overlap
Sam DUFFY & Patrick G. T. HEALEY


Assisting the Client in Aphasia Speech Therapy: A Sequential and Multimodal Analysis of Cueing Practices
Sara MERLINO


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