By Janet Maybin (auth.)
Janet Maybin investigates how 10-12 year-olds use speak and literacy to build wisdom approximately their social worlds and themselves. She indicates how young children use collaborative verbal concepts, tales of private adventure and the transformed voices of others to enquire the ethical order and forge their very own identities.
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Her mum and dad run in, all the servants run in as well. 4 – continued Josie Michelle Josie 45 Michelle (gasp) (Dramatic voice) In amaze she screamed (screams) and the two dragons got buried that next morning and never was seen again. The end. The stories at home and school both start out with similar characters, but their stylistic features and the way they are developed in terms of plot and characterisation are very different. These differences are linked with the different contexts of their production.
These communicative practices play a central role in children’s socialisation and in their emerging sense of themselves and identiﬁcation by others. In a parallel process, my own production of knowledge about these practices and my construction as a researcher emerged through my interactions and dialogues with the children, my familiarisation with the contexts of their lives and my entering, to a certain extent, into their evaluative perspectives. I have struggled to ﬁnd a language of description which can both identify the intricate linguistic features of children’s talk, and acknowledge its dynamic nature within social practice.
In each of these two contexts, the classroom and the toilet, Julie is involved in a different speech genre, with contrasting ways of using language, content themes and evaluative perspectives. In the speech genre of ‘doing mathematics’ she is engaging with the language of the worksheet and orientating towards mathematical knowledge and school procedural conventions. She talks about a numerical calculation, asks her teacher politely for permission to go to the toilet and afterwards remarks about nearly ﬁnishing her exercise book.
Children’s Voices: Talk, Knowledge and Identity by Janet Maybin (auth.)