PARTICIPATION, PROTAGONISM, AND LEARNING IN A CLASSROOM TALK-IN-INTERACTION WITHIN A HIGH SCHOOL WORKING TEAM

2017-06-01T05:51:27Z (GMT) by Rafael Petermann Neiva Maria Jung
<p></p><p>ABSTRACT In this paper, we aim to recognize the protagonism and agentivity in the learning activity in talk-in-interaction data of Petermann’s master’s research project (2016) held at a private high school in Paraná, which works with thematic learning projects. Our epistemological perspective is Ethnomethodological Conversation Analysis (LODER; JUNG, 2008, 2009; SACKS; SCHEGLOFF; JEFFERSON, 1974). As a result, data point to a new communicative order in classroom that increases the possibilities of participation, agentivity and protagonism in the joint construction of knowledge.</p><p></p>