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ArtikelDeveloping second language sociopragmatic knowledge through concept-based instruction: A microgenetic case study  
Oleh: Compernolle, Remi A. van
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Pragmatics: An Interdiciplinary Journal of Language Studies vol. 43 no. 13 (2011), page 3267–3283.
Topik: Second language pedagogy Second language pragmatics Instructional pragmatics Sociocultural theory Concept-based instruction Second-person pronouns
Fulltext: van_Compernolle_R.A.pdf (1,006.71KB)
Isi artikelThis article presents a case study of the development of second language (L2) sociopragmatic knowledge in an intermediate-level US university learner of French, Jane (a pseudonym), who participated in a one-hour concept-based instruction (CBI) tutorial. Grounded in a Vygotskian perspective on developmental education, this research focuses on the teaching of scientific, or theoretical, concepts as a way of mediating language learners’ developing understanding of and ability to use the L2 for meaning-making purposes. The focus of the present study is on sociopragmatic concepts related to the choice between French second-person pronouns, TU and VOUS. An in-depth moment-tomoment, microgenetic analysis traces how changes in Jane’s cognitive functioning (i.e., conceptual knowledge) arose in and through her engagement in the CBI tutorial, which included collaboration with an expert tutor as well as access to such mediating artifacts as written concept explanations and pedagogical diagrams.
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