From St. Petersburg to Brixton: How Bakhtin’s concept of ‘Speech Genres’ informs the spoken language of role in the first years of schooling

I consider how spoken language of drama might be assessed firstly by using Bakhtin’s understanding of the influences that shape spoken language, and secondly by drawing on aspects of Gee’s (1999) model of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA).

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