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2011 | 38 | 43-52

Article title

Analyzing types of classroom interaction in CLIL

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Abstracts

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The following article presents a study on interaction in a Content and Language Integrated Learning classroom. Starting with a brief description of van Lier’s interaction framework,and a general overview of the qualitative studies, the article focuses particularly on the description and analysis of various types of interaction as well as their functions observed in a CLIL classroom

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Volume

38

Pages

43-52

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Dates

published
2011-01-01

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References

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Publication order reference

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