SETT Framework<br />Self- Evaluation of TeacherTalk<br />
Objectives<br />Torecognizedescriptions of interactionalfeatures, pedagogicgoals and aimsfor L2 classrooms<br />Toidentify...
Whatis a SETT framework?<br />It is model of reflective practice<br />It facilitates understanding of language useand inte...
SETT Foundations<br />NaturalisticApproach<br />Institutionaldiscourse (Sinclair & Coulthard)<br />Conversationmethodology...
L2 classroom<br />Inter-relatedmicro-contexts<br />Itismanaged, created and sustainedbyinteractants<br />Interaction is ce...
Howdoeslearningoccur in a L2 classroom?<br />Learningoccurs through talk which is jointlyconstructed by teachers and stude...
A shiftfrom TTT toClassroomcompetences<br />“Opportunities for learning are … primarily determined by the teacher.”<br />
Interactionalarchitecture of theclassroomlanguage<br />
SETT stages<br />SETT Worshop<br />SETT Process, part I<br />SETT Process, part II<br />
The SETT Workshop<br />
SETT Workshop:PedagogicMode<br />Micro-context with: defined pedagogic goals and distinctive interactional features.<br />
PedagogicModes – A startingpoint<br />“As the focus of a lesson changes, interaction<br />patterns and pedagogic goals cha...
DA and CA Analysis<br />Conversation<br />Analysis<br />Discourse<br />Analysis<br />
Activity 1 – The SETT Grid<br />ReadcarefullytheSETT grid<br />Readthetranscriptonyourhandout and identify a pedagogicmode...
Activity 2 - Describring<br />Identifyfeatures of teachertalkontheexcerptgiven in yourhandout.<br />“Language use and peda...
L2 classroomislike a ‘russiandoll’<br />Modeswitching<br />Modesidesequence<br />
Part II: SETT Process<br />
Howisthis done (part 1)? – A practicalexercise<br />Recordingsfromthreedifferent lessons (15’ minutes each)<br />Complete ...
Howisthis done (part 2)?<br />Reflectivefeedback interview<br /><ul><li>Self-evaluation</li></li></ul><li>SETT Process<br ...
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  1. 1. SETT Framework<br />Self- Evaluation of TeacherTalk<br />
  2. 2. Objectives<br />Torecognizedescriptions of interactionalfeatures, pedagogicgoals and aimsfor L2 classrooms<br />Toidentifythestagesonthe SETT process<br />
  3. 3. Whatis a SETT framework?<br />It is model of reflective practice<br />It facilitates understanding of language useand interactive decision-making<br />It redirects teachers’ attention towards interactional choice<br />
  4. 4. SETT Foundations<br />NaturalisticApproach<br />Institutionaldiscourse (Sinclair & Coulthard)<br />Conversationmethodology(Seedhouse& Walsh)<br />
  5. 5. L2 classroom<br />Inter-relatedmicro-contexts<br />Itismanaged, created and sustainedbyinteractants<br />Interaction is central <br />
  6. 6. Howdoeslearningoccur in a L2 classroom?<br />Learningoccurs through talk which is jointlyconstructed by teachers and students (socioconstructivism)<br />Teachers and learners work towards one common institutional goal: learning the second language<br />
  7. 7. A shiftfrom TTT toClassroomcompetences<br />“Opportunities for learning are … primarily determined by the teacher.”<br />
  8. 8. Interactionalarchitecture of theclassroomlanguage<br />
  9. 9. SETT stages<br />SETT Worshop<br />SETT Process, part I<br />SETT Process, part II<br />
  10. 10. The SETT Workshop<br />
  11. 11. SETT Workshop:PedagogicMode<br />Micro-context with: defined pedagogic goals and distinctive interactional features.<br />
  12. 12. PedagogicModes – A startingpoint<br />“As the focus of a lesson changes, interaction<br />patterns and pedagogic goals change too”<br />
  13. 13. DA and CA Analysis<br />Conversation<br />Analysis<br />Discourse<br />Analysis<br />
  14. 14. Activity 1 – The SETT Grid<br />ReadcarefullytheSETT grid<br />Readthetranscriptonyourhandout and identify a pedagogicmode<br />
  15. 15. Activity 2 - Describring<br />Identifyfeatures of teachertalkontheexcerptgiven in yourhandout.<br />“Language use and pedagogic purpose are inextricably linked and … teacher talk varies according to mode”<br />
  16. 16. L2 classroomislike a ‘russiandoll’<br />Modeswitching<br />Modesidesequence<br />
  17. 17. Part II: SETT Process<br />
  18. 18. Howisthis done (part 1)? – A practicalexercise<br />Recordingsfromthreedifferent lessons (15’ minutes each)<br />Complete a written analysis using the SETT grid<br />
  19. 19.
  20. 20. Howisthis done (part 2)?<br />Reflectivefeedback interview<br /><ul><li>Self-evaluation</li></li></ul><li>SETT Process<br />“Interactive opportunities are maximized” (Ellis, 1999; Walsh, 2002).<br />

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