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Audience design in collaborative dialogue between teachers and students

Abstract : When two people interact, reference presentation is shaped with the intention of supporting addressee understanding, allowing for ease of acceptance, thus minimising overall collaborative effort. To date, analysis of such audience design has focussed largely on adult-adult or adult-child interaction, but seldom on adult-teenager interaction, including teacher-student interaction. An experiment was conducted in a British school in which teachers and students interacted to establish a reference for abstract tangram figures. Teachers were able to account for the students’ increased ability to behave in a more adult-like collaborative way with dialogue features being similar to those in adult-adult contexts. Set apart was dialogue with young students, where teachers continued to guide the interaction by producing lengthier descriptions and by encouraging participation. Dialogue with young students differs to that with other teachers in terms of the amount of effort put into the interaction, and in how this effort is distributed and shared among dialogue partners.
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Christina Turner, Dominique Knutsen. Audience design in collaborative dialogue between teachers and students. Discourse Processes, 2021, Discourse Processes. ⟨hal-03295447⟩



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