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タイトル: First Language use and Embodied Completion in the Achievement and Maintenance of Intersubjectivity
著者: Rivers, Damian
McMillan, Brian
アブストラクト: This presentation documents an investigation into the use of the L1 (Japanese) by students of mixed L2 (English) proficiency working collaboratively on an interactive story recall task. This study was primarily motivated by the lack of previous research attention assigned to the role of specific language policy implementation during peer to peer interaction (Anton & DiCamilla, 1998; Brooks & Donato, 1994; Watanabe, 2008) as well research findings from Færch and Kasper (1983) who found that gesture or ‘embodied completion’ (Mori & Hayashi, 2006; Olsher, 2004) was used by L2 learners as one of the most basic communication strategies to compensate for their lack of L2 proficiency. Eight pairs of Japanese university freshmen undertook a collaborative story recall task while working under an ‘English-mainly’ language policy. A triangulated approach to data collection was followed through the videotaping, audio recording and bilingual surveying of the student’s ‘on-task’ language behaviours and ‘off-task’ attitudes toward their use of the L1 and L2.
研究業績種別: 国内学会/Domestic Conference
資料種別: Conference Paper
査読有無: あり/yes
単著共著: 共著/joint
年月日: 2009年7月25日
出現コレクション:ダミアン・リヴァーズ

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