Comparative study of in-school learning contexts : comparison between France and England

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Schramm, Pierre;
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This work consists in a theoretical overview of positioning theory, the construction of a methodology for interaction analysis, and its application to classroom interaction.\ud \ud The latter part is based on transcripts from audio-video recordings of 15 hours of lesson... View more
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