Dialogic Signals in Argumentative Discussions o f Advanced Polish Learners of Englis dialogic signals

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Agnieszka Nowicka

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The first part of the paper deals with characteristics of classroom interaction as a type of institutional talk in a conversational analytic perspective. Next, the thesis is discussed concerning developing learners' interactional competence to foster learner discursive independence in argumentative discussions in English as a foreign language. Finally, after a short review of dialogic signals, the article presents a preliminary analysis of selected dialogic signals: evaluating reformulations and piggybacking as the ways of achieving reciprocity in argumentative discussions.

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Nowicka, A. (2018). Dialogic Signals in Argumentative Discussions o f Advanced Polish Learners of Englis dialogic signals. Glottodidactica. An International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 30, 177-194. https://doi.org/10.14746/gl.2005.30.11
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