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|Title:||Exploring the socio-cultural structure of formal ESL instruction in classroom talk : a case study of a secondary school in Brunei / Guan Eng, Ho|
|Author:||Guan Eng, Ho|
|School/Discipline:||Centre for European Studies and General Linguistics|
|Abstract:||Draws on aspects of socio-cultural theory of second language acquisition in addition to the exploration of the formal structure of ESL instruction. Data collection and analysis has employed a combination of the ethnographic and ethnomethodological approaches. By including the wider situational context, this study provides a new dimension in addressing issues of language education. It demonstrates the usefulness of making connections between linguistics and language education to gain insights into formal language acquisition in school.|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Centre for European Studies and General Linguistics, 2003|
|Subject:||English language Study and teaching Foreign speakers.|
English language Study and teaching Foreign speakers Case studies.
Language and languages Study and teaching.
Communication in education.
|Description:||Includes bibliography (p. 260-276).|
xi, 276 p. : ill. ; 31 cm.
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