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FLint

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Transcript of FLint




SOCIOLOGICAL
RESEARCH
TRADITION

INTERACTION ANALYSIS OF

GROUP PROCESSES


Background

What does it mean?
Classroom

Observation
Classroom Observation

Observation Purpose
Scheme
System
Schedule
Model
Feedback Instrument


Some Notions


Typical Classroom Interaction:

I nitiation
R esponse
F eedback-
Evaluation


Student and Teacher BEHAVIOUR

Flaunders 1970 FIAC
FIAC
Flander's Interactive
Analysis Categories
DIRECT
INFLUENCE

INDIRECT
INFLUENCE

STUDENT TALK

Student Response, specific
Student response, choral
Student response, open-ended or student initiated
Silence
Confusion
Laughter
Gives information
Corrects without rejection
Gives directions
Directs pattern Drills
Criticizes students behavior
Criticizes students response


TEACHER TALK

Deals with feelings
Praises or encourages
Jokes
Uses Ideas of Students
Repeats students response verbatim
Asks Questions
EFL
Classroom
Observation
1971

Gertrude Moskowitz

Modified FIAC
Called it:
Student and Teacher INTERACTION

FLint
FLint is ...
REAL-TIME
CODIFIED
#1 EVALUATION
# 2 TRAINING
# 3 DEVELOPMENT
# 4 RESEARCH
Foreign Language Interaction Analysis (Flint) System

1. Deals with feelings In a non-threatening way, accepting, discussing, referring to, or communicating
understanding of past, present, or future feelings of students

2 Praises or encourages



3 Jokes
Intentionally joking, kidding, making puns, attempting to be humorous, provided the joking
is not at anyone’s expense.

4 Uses ideas of Studets
Clarifying, using, interpreting, summarizing the ideas of students. The ideas must be rephrased by the teacher
but sill recognize as being students’

5. Repeats student response verbatim
Repeating the exact words of students after they participate.

6. Asks questions
Asking questions to which an answer is anticipated. Rhetorical questions are not included in this category.











Teacher Talk
Praising, complimenting, telling students why what they have said or done is valued. Encouraging
students to continue, trying to give them confidence. Confirming answers are correct.
Foreign Language Interaction Analysis (Flint) System
Teacher Talk

7. Gives information
Giving information, facts, own opinions or ideas, lecturing, or asking rhetorical questions

8. Corrects without Rejection
Telling students who have made a mistake the correct response without using words or intonations which communicate criticism

9. Gives Directions
Giving directions, requests, or commands which students are expected to follow

10. Directs pattern drills
Giving statements which students are expected to repeat exactly, to make substitutions or change from one form to another (i.e, transformation drills).

11. Criticizes students behavior
Rejecting the behavior of students; trying to change the non-acceptable behavior; communicating anger, displeasure, annoyance, dissatisfaction with what students are doing.

12. Criticizes student response
Telling the student his response is not correct or acceptable and communicating by words or intonation criticism, displeasure, annoyance, rejection.









Others

Others

THE ROLE OF TEACHER’S TALK IN CLASSROOM LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

LANGUAGE CLASSROOM AS THE SETTING FOR LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

CLASSROOM LINGUSTIC INPUT SHAPES LEARNER’S LINGUISTIC PRODUCTION

Current Interests

2006 Walsh

Self-Evalution Teacher Talk

SETT


SETT Framework


Scaffolding
Direct repair
Content feedback
Extended wait-time
Referential questions
Seeking clarification
Extended learner turn

Teacher echo
Teacher interruptions
Extended teacher turn
Turn completion
Display questions
Form-focused feedback
N. Confirmation checks

Feature
of teacher
talk

Description

Description

SETT: Self Evaluation of Teacher Talk

Feature
of teacher
talk
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