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Conversation Analysis as a Method for Understanding
Opening Dyadic Task Interactions
Allocation and Changing Participation
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accomplished Address term adult language learning adult learners affinity spaces assessment beginning level change in participation Chapter classroom interaction co-constructed community of practice context conversation analysis desk deskmate Digna disengagement sequence dyadic interaction tasks dyadic task interactions English language users Excerpt face-to-face interaction focus focusing Goffman greeting Hellermann Huan Inez inter Jing Jorge Jorge's Julia language development language learning classroom language learning tasks language practices Larissa launches the task level classroom community linguistic negotiation nity of practice non-verbal occur participation structure peer peer's peripheral perspective Portland State University postural disalignment proficiency level Reinaldo relevant response Sacks Schegloff second language acquisition sequence of talk serial dyadic interaction shared repertoire shifts posture situated learning social actions social interaction story tellings student dyads student-student talk-in-interaction task expansion task-prefatory teacher teacher-assigned task Tina tion turn allocation understanding Vladilen week 40 Wenger writing yeah Zoya