3 edition of Interaction analysis: theory, research, and application. found in the catalog.
Interaction analysis: theory, research, and application.
Edmund J. Amidon
Bibliography: p. 393-402.
|Statement||Edmund J. Amidon [and] John B. Hough, editors. With an introd. by Ned A. Flanders.|
|Series||Addison-Wesley series in education|
|Contributions||Hough, John B., joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||LB1084 .A66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 402 p.|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||67023976|
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The contents include journal articles, papers read at professional meetings, abstracts of doctoral dissertations, and selections from larger monographs, plus 12 articles written for this by: This book explores recent research in intuitive interaction worldwide by a range of leading academics and practitioners in the field.
It builds on past work as it ventures into new areas, such as how users perceive intuitiveness of an interface, how people experience intuitive interaction subjectively, and how we can use such understanding to. Interaction analysis: procedures and research on teaching patterns --Interaction analysis as a feedback system / Edmond Amidon and Ned Flanders --Verbal interaction patterns in the classroom: the verbal interaction category system / Edmond Amidon and Elizabeth Hunter --An observation system for the analysis of classroom instruction / John B.
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Abstract. This article traces two phases of development in classroom interaction analysis research over the past nine decades, from the early roots (–s) to the developments from the s to the present. Speech dynamics refer to the temporal characteristics in all stages of the human speech communication process.
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