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Table 20 Acts & interacts

From: Language shift: analysing language use in multilingual classroom interactions

Interacts teacher roles instructing presenting model
knowledge impart
evaluating check (before evaluating)
learners evaluate affirm repeat
approve
praise
reject implicit qualify
ignore
explicit negate
admonish
directing direct
suggest
permit
learner roles display (for evaluation)
accord concura
demur
teacher/learner invite
roles inquire
insist
Acts behaviouralacts learners behaviour
display
accordance
teacher evaluation
teacher/learners activity
conscious acts perceptive attention
perception
reception
cognitive knowledge
choice
reasoning
conception
affective attitude
engagement
anticipation
  1. aLearners have options to concur or demur from teachers’ or learners’ acts, whereas teachers have the institutional authority to evaluate learner acts by affirming or rejecting (Bernstein 1990, Rose 2018a)