Yıl: 2011 Cilt: 5 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 55 - 70 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Inıtıatıng round robıns ın the l2 classroom – Prelımınary observatıons

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Süreç içi gerçekleşen aktivite tamamlamanın bağımlı işleyişi üzerine son zamanlardaki etkileşimselaraştırmanın devamı olarak bu makale yabancı dil sınıflarında aktivitelerin organizasyonu ve yönetimine özgüolan çevrimsel sırayı incelemektedir. Bu, öğretmen söyletimlerini takip eden öğrenci katılımını kısıtlayan, geleneksel ve kalıplaşmış bir sınıf organizasyonu şekli olarak görülebilir. Bu makale göstermektedir ki,çevrimsel sıra uygulaması bazı etkileşimsel özellikleri devre dışı bıraksa da, sözkonusu yöntem yine dekatılımcıların sürmekte olan aktiviteye karşılıklı yönelimleri neticesinde gerçekleşmektedir. Çalışmamızçevrimsel sıranın başlatıldığı ardışık pozisyonu, bunun katılımcıların konuşmaları ve fiziksel aktiviteleriyle nasilgerçekleştiğini, ve çevrimsel sıra aktivitesini başlatan söz sırasının nasıl tasarlandığını tasvir etmektedir.Çevrimsel sıra aktivitesinin başlatılması ve devam ettirilmesiyle bağlantılı olarak; sınıfın fiziksel düzenlemesi,yapıtlar ve grafik yapılar, öğrenmeye ilişkin aktivitede sadece bağdaştırıcı araçlar olarak değil, aynı zamanda bu(farzedilen) öğrenme aktivitelerinin ortaya çıktığı sürmekte olan etkileşimin organizasyonuna yapı bakımındanbağıntılı özellikler olarak da kullanılmaktadır.
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Complementing recent interactional research on the contingent operation of online taskaccomplishment, this paper deals with a specific way of organizing and managing tasks in plenary L2classrooms – namely the round robin. This may seem like a “traditional” and rigid form of classroomorganization that reduces students’ contributions to responses to the teacher’s elicitations. This paper shows thatalthough the round robin puts certain interactional features out of play, it is nonetheless done in and throughparticipants’ mutual orientation to the ongoing activity. The paper describes the sequential position in whichround robins are initiated and how this is talked and embodied into being by the participants as well as thedesign of the turn that initiates the round robin activity. Relevant to the initiation and further development of theround robin are the physical arrangement of the classroom and artefacts and graphic structures that are used notonly as mediating tools in the (supposed) learning relevant activity, but also as structurally relevant features toorganize the ongoing interaction, in which these activities emerge.
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IEEE MORTENSEN K,HAZEL S "Inıtıatıng round robıns ın the l2 classroom – Prelımınary observatıons." Novitas-Royal, 5, ss.55 - 70, 2011.
ISNAD MORTENSEN, Kristian - HAZEL, Spencer. "Inıtıatıng round robıns ın the l2 classroom – Prelımınary observatıons". Novitas-Royal 5/1 (2011), 55-70.