The Center for Research on English Language Learning and Teaching (CRELLT) in the Department of Applied Linguistics presents "CEAPP: Tour of the Tool and Data Session"
This roundtable has two goals. The first is to give you a quick tour of CEAPP, its content and tools, and its uses for research on L2 interactional data. We’ll use a study that Sally Wang, Su Yin Khor and Joan Kelly Hall did to illustrate CEAPP’s utility for studying the links between the linguistic designs of teacher questions and the student responses they engender.
The second goal is to engage participants in a two-part data session. In the first, we’ll examine teacher questions that have been tagged for certain features to evaluate how well we think the codes capture the specific features. In the second part, we’ll try coding teacher questions for one additional feature: the knownness of the information being sought by the question.
Zoom link: https://psu.zoom.us/j/93393931885