Integral to the tapestry of social interaction, storytelling is the focus of interest for scholars from a diverse range of academic disciplines. This volume combines the study of conversation analysis (CA) with storytelling in multilingual contexts to examine how multilingual speakers converse and manage various aspects of storytelling and how they accomplish a wide range of actions through storytelling in classroom and everyday settings.
An original, book-length endeavor devoted exclusively to storytelling in multilingual contexts, this book contributes to broadening the scope of the foundational conversation analytic literature on storytelling and to further specifying the nature of second language (L2) interactional competence. Designed for pre-service and in-service second or foreign language teachers, students of applied linguistics, as well as scholars interested in storytelling, this volume explores the cross-linguistic nature of generic interactional practices, sheds light on the nature of translanguaging and learner language, and provides insights into teacher practices on managing classroom storytelling.
Table of Contents
PART I Overview
Chapter 1 Multilingual Storytelling and Conversation Analysis
Hansun Zhang Waring
PART II Multilingual Storytelling in Ordinary Conversations
Chapter 2 Our Storied Lives: Doing and Finding Friendship I
Chapter 3: Our Storied Lives: Doing and Finding Friendship II
Chapter 4 Managing Peripheral Recipiency in Triadic Multilingual Storytelling Tim Greer and Yosuke Ogawa
Chapter 5 Nanun-prefacing in Korean Storytelling
Gahye Song and Hansun Zhang Waring
Chapter 6 Toward Progressivity through Repairs in Multilingual Storytelling
Yo-An Lee and Ye Ji Lee
PART III Multilingual Storytelling in the Classroom
Chapter 7 Storytelling as Instructional Practice in Persian Language Classrooms
Gabriele Kasper and Elham Monfaredi
Chapter 8 Storytelling in a Meaning-and-Fluency Task in the Second Language Classroom
Emma Greenhalgh and Ray Wilkinson
Chapter 9 Managing a Delicate Telling in an Adult ESL Classroom: A Single-case Analysis
Carol Lo and Nadja Tadic
Chapter 10 Language Learning in Repeated Storytellings: The Case of Repair Practices
Appendix: Transcription Notations
Jean Wong is Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education, Language, and Literacy at The College of New Jersey, USA.
Hansun Zhang Waring is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics and TESOL at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA.