Classroom Discourse: Pattern of Interaction of Talk Between Students in Primary Science Classrooms in Indonesia

Munasprianto Ramli, Media Putri Yohana
2018 Proceedings of the International Conference on Education in Muslim Society (ICEMS 2017)   unpublished
Classroom talk has been the subject of research over the last forty or so years. In the field of science education, dialogue has become a central issue in developed countries within last twenty years. Although the research focused in this topic grows rapidly in western country, this was not a case in Indonesia. There is very limited study published about classroom talk in Indonesia. This study aimed to explore the pattern of interaction during talk in primary science classroom which implemented
more » ... curriculum 2013 (K 13). An exploratory case study was employed in this qualitative research. Data were collected for a period of 6 months by video recording lesson of the whole classroom discussion in one primary school in Greater Jakarta Indonesia. Data were analyses using thematic analysis. The finding indicates that the dialogue between students follow both traditional triadic pattern (Initiation response feedback/IRF) -and non-triadic pattern (open and closed interaction chains).
doi:10.2991/icems-17.2018.8 fatcat:67wxhxahpjh7thxkc2r62yat3a