Fluidity of Peer Interaction in a Japanese Language Classroom

Abstract

This study examines the peer interaction in a small group work task of a pre-intermediate level Japanese language classroom at an Australian university. Based on Sociocultural Theory (e.g. Vygotsky, 1978), the study explores the opportunities for learning that occur during the pair/group work. Data include video-recordings of learners engaging in a group… (More)

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@inproceedings{Shima2008FluidityOP, title={Fluidity of Peer Interaction in a Japanese Language Classroom}, author={Chiharu Shima}, year={2008} }