Étude des rôles dans les interactions autour d'activités de littératie dans deux classes d'immersion française

Date created: 
2006
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This study examines the interactions in two French immersion grade five and six classes in metropolitan Vancouver, British Columbia. Particular attention is given to the roles of teachers and bilingual and multilingual students during literacy activities. The objective is to analyze the similarities and differences between immersion classes and classes where language awareness activities were implemented. The thesis is funded on a social perspective of language learning adopted in the study of bilingualism, multilingualism and literacy as well as in research on language awareness and the analysis of discourse. The methodology combines a case study approach with a secondary analysis of video data with classroom interactions.

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English
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Thesis
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Faculty of Education - Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)
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