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TWG9 Papers

  1. Richard Barwell. Linguistic stratification in a multilingual mathematics classroom
  2. Thérèse Dooley. Vague language and politeness in whole-class mathematical conversation
  3. Máire Ní Ríordáin, Aisling McCluskey. Bilingual mathematics learners, conceptual mathematical activity and the role of their languages. How best to investigate?
  4. Cecilia Segerby. Writing in mathematics lessons in Sweden
  5. Jorunn Reinhardtsen, Martin Carlsen, Roger Saljo. Capturing learning in classroom interaction in mathematics. Methodological considerations
  6. Máire Ní Ríordáin, Caroline Poisard. Mathematics education in bilingual contexts: Irish-English, Breton-French
  7. Anna Chronaki, Georgia Moutzouri, Maria Zaharaki, Núria Planas. Number in “other” languages: the case of Marram
  8. Jenni Ingram, Andrea Pitt. Positioning mathematics in interaction: whose mathematics is it?
  9. Talli Nachlieli, Michal Tabach. The discursive routine of personifying and its manifestations by two instructors
  10. Cris Edmonds-Wathen. The grammar and conceptualisation of motion in Iwaidja
  11. Rachel Hess-Green, Einat Heyd-Metzuyanim, Orit Hazzan. Emotional interactions in mathematical argumentation: the case of Jasmin
  12. Rebecca Klose. Use and development of mathematical language in bilingual learning settings
  13. Anna-Karin Nordin, Lisa Björklund Boistrup. Mathematical reasoning through a broad range of communicational resources
  14. David Wagner, Joseph Dicks, Paula Kristmanson. Students’ language repertoires for prediction
  15. Kenneth Ruthven, Riikka Hofmann. A case study of epistemic order in mathematics classroom discourse
  16. Kirstin Erath, Susanne Prediger. Diverse epistemic participation profiles in socially established explaining practices
  17. Judith Jung, Marcus Schütte. Discourses in kindergarten and how they prepare for future decontextualised learning of mathematics
  18. Marei Fetzer, Kerstin Tiedemann. The interplay of language and objects in the mathematics classroom
  19. Christina Krause. Gestures as part of discourse in reasoning situations: introducing two epistemic functions of gestures
  20. Kerstin Tiedemann. Linguistic norms in mathematics lessons
  21. Kaouthar Boukafri, Miquel Ferrer, Núria Planas. Whole class discussion in the context of mathematics problem solving with manipulatives
  22. Elke Söbbeke. Theoretical reflections about the role and use of language in processes of interpretation of mathematical visualizations - particularities in communication with children with language impairments
  23. Anna-Marietha Vogler. What really counts in mathematical communication – Reconstruction of teachers’ professional vision concerning important aspects of classroom interaction
  24. Alexander Meyer. Sharing structures of algebraic expressions through language: a transformation gap
  25. Giovannina Albano, Cristina Coppola, Tiziana Pacelli. Reading data from graphs: a study on the role of language
  26. Margareta Engvall, Joakim Samuelsson, Karin Forslund Frykedal. How verbal language strategies in the mathematics classroom create opportunities for learning
  27. Danyal Farsani. Deictic gestures as amplifiers in conveying aspects of mathematics register
  28. Pier Luigi Ferrari. Language and argumentation in the solution of problems with graphs
  29. Enrique García Moreno-Esteva, Markku S. Hannula. Using gaze tracking technology to study student visual attention during teacher’s presentation on board
  30. Maria Mellone, Roberto Tortora. Ambiguity as a cognitive and didactic resource

TWG9 Posters

  1. Alena Šteflíčková. Testing and diagnostics of students’ difficulties in CLIL teaching
  2. Larissa Zwetzschler. I can’t make the beginning of the sentences. Adaptivity challenges for relational scaffolding
  3. Filip Roubicek. Talk about patterns in the mathematics classroom
  4. Matías Arce, Laura Conejo, Tomás Ortega. A case study comparing the comments written by two students on their mathematics notebooks

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