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Kusters, Annelies; Fenlon, Jordan – Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 2022
Historically, fictional productions which use sign language have often begun with scripts that use the written version of a spoken language. This can be a challenge for deaf actors as they must translate the written word to a performed sign language text. Here, we explore script development in "Small World," a television comedy which…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Language Usage, Sign Language, Creative Activities
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Abdi, Reza; Saeedakhtar, Afsaneh; Teymouri, Simin – Language Teaching Research Quarterly, 2021
Writing for social engagement in an academic context indicates the authors' attitude towards the propositional content and the text's audience through metadiscursive maxims markers employment. This study tried to determine whether there are any differences in metadiscourse marking in research articles across different disciplines and different…
Descriptors: Journal Articles, Academic Language, Intellectual Disciplines, Audience Awareness
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Chinn, Deborah; Pelletier, Caroline – Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 2020
Background: The co-production concept holds out the promise of forging new relationships between professionals and service users with intellectual disabilities. However, little empirical research explores the embodied practices of these projects occasion. We identify two key tensions intrinsic to such projects; the tension between…
Descriptors: Intellectual Disability, Group Activities, Reading Materials, Material Development
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Nicolopoulou, Ageliki; Ilgaz, Hande; Shiro, Marta; Hsin, Lisa B. – Journal of Child Language, 2022
This study examined the development of evaluative language in preschoolers' oral fictional narratives using a storytelling/story-acting practice where children told stories to and for their friends. Evaluative language orients the audience to the teller's cognitive and emotional engagement with a story's events and characters, and we hypothesized…
Descriptors: Figurative Language, Oral Language, Story Telling, Preschool Children
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Ahlstrand, Pernilla – Research in Drama Education, 2020
The aim of this article is to describe an innovative method for investigating theatre knowledge at upper secondary school level. The results will function as an example of how the method called "action (re)call" can be used. The aim of working with the method, in collaboration with teachers and students, is to develop knowledge about…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Students, Theater Arts, Art Education
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Assaf, Nadra Majeed; Selim, Amr – Research in Dance Education, 2021
In the past a typical performance situation consisted of a proscenium stage, performers on the stage and audience seated somewhere in the front. In today's technological age, audiences are prone to watching performance on their smart devices. This live-disconnect between the audience and performer/performance has affected the industry on multiple…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Foreign Countries, Performance, Artists
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Dingus, Rebecca; Black, Hulda G. – Marketing Education Review, 2021
As technology changes rapidly, marketing educators are challenged with maintaining a curriculum that is ever-evolving in order for their graduates to be real-world ready. This paper suggests a highly adaptable exercise that can be used to teach tone analysis while simultaneously familiarizing students with an application of artificial intelligence…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Marketing, Communication Strategies, Audience Awareness
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Demirdis, Muharrem; Aksoy, Hasan Hüseyin – Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 2021
This study examines Bertolt Brecht's theatrical techniques in terms of critical pedagogy and their potential application by critical educators to overcome neoliberalization, neoconservatization, and authoritarization in learning environments. Brecht creates his 'learning plays' in a peculiar form that can be called 'Brechtian dialectics'. Brecht…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Critical Theory, Teaching Methods, Neoliberalism
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Shivni, Rashmi; Cline, Christina; Newport, Morgan; Yuan, Shupei; Bergan-Roller, Heather E. – International Journal of STEM Education, 2021
Background: Seminal reports, based on recommendations by educators, scientists, and in collaboration with students, have called for undergraduate curricula to engage students in some of the same practices as scientists--one of which is communicating science with a general, non-scientific audience (SciComm). Unfortunately, very little research has…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Science Education, Communication Skills, Environmental Education
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Flax, Corinne; Holko, Kathleen; Stricker, Laura – Journal of Museum Education, 2017
After an outside evaluator identified key areas of improvement, the Education Department at the Bruce Museum refocused staff responsibilities in order to meet audience needs. To utilize staff effectively, the department underwent a radical restructuring, transitioning from a traditional vertical structure to a horizontal, integrated management…
Descriptors: Family Programs, Museums, Organization, Audience Awareness
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Sciullo, Nick J. – Communication Education, 2017
According to the "Oxford English Dictionary" ("OED"), the noun "lecture" dates from the 14th century and means the "action of reading, perusal. Also, that which is read or perused." This definition, while accurate and resonates today in many college classrooms, ignores a key feature of any lecture. The…
Descriptors: Lecture Method, Higher Education, Audience Awareness
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McGarr, Oliver; O' Gallchóir, Ciarán – Teaching in Higher Education, 2020
Reflective writing tasks are commonly employed across higher education programmes, yet despite their use, they are often accompanied by concerns that students simply performance manage by constructing positive accounts of their practice in their reflections. To address this, students are encouraged to be 'honest' in their reflections based on the…
Descriptors: Ethics, Reflection, Writing (Composition), Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Fafard, Patrick; Hoffman, Steven J. – Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 2020
There is continuing interest in using the best available research evidence to inform public health policy. However, all too often efforts to do so rely on mechanistic and unrealistic views of the process by which public policy is made. As a result, traditional dyadic knowledge translation (KT) approaches may not be particularly effective when…
Descriptors: Public Health, Policy Formation, Public Policy, Decision Making
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López, Paula; Torrance, Mark; Rijlaarsdam, Gert; Fidalgo, Raquel – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2021
This study aimed to establish (a) whether teaching students revision skills provides benefit over and above teaching strategies for setting explicit goals for the communicative effect of their text, and (b) whether teaching students to adopt specific revision strategies provides benefits over revision instruction that focusses on increasing…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Revision (Written Composition), Elementary School Students, Instructional Effectiveness
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Loza, Roxana – Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 2018
Debates about "authentic" children's literature often focus on the question of who can legitimately write children's literature. Therefore, an author's age, race, and/or ethnicity, (dis)ability, and sexuality become important considerations in establishing credibility and authenticity. If we define children's literature by authorship,…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Definitions, Authors, Stereotypes
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