Sections

Module 1: Language as Social Action

1.1 Core Section 1: Action
1.1.1 Actions as sequential
1.1.2 Co-ordinated activity in interaction
1.1.3 Actions not content
1.1.4 Actions and intentions
1.1.5 Having a Go
1.2 Core Section Two: Design
1.2.1 Building versions: descriptions and descriptive terms
1.2.2 Delivering complaints
1.2.3 Summary
1.2.4 Having a Go
1.3 Core Section 3: Participants’ orientation to actions
1.3.1 Having a go
1.3.2 Having a go 2


Module 2: Conversation analysis

2.1 How Talk is Organised 1: Turn-taking
2.1.1 The turn-constructional unit
2.1.2 Transition Relevance
2.1.3 Next Speaker Selection
2.1.4 Other Selection (Rule 1)
2.1.5 Self-selection (Rule 2)
2.1.6 Overlapping talk
2.1.7 Having a go
2.1.8 Advanced Section
2.2 How Talk is Organised 2: Sequence
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Module 3: Genres across different institutions (or Talk in Context)

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Module 4: Categories and their use

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Module 5: Visual Organisation and Video Analysis

5.1 Visual Analysis (and audio analysis)
5.2 Seeing (and hearing) with categories and/or concepts
5.3 Seeing (and hearing) with sequences
5.4 Sequences & categories together
5.5 Why replay?
5.6 Having a Go
5.7 How it happened and considering alternatives
5.8 Paired Actions
5.9 Setting and activity-generated categories
5.10 Advanced - The more of video or the ‘multimodal’
5.11 Having a go
5.12 Gestures and facial expressions
5.13 Trajectories, travel, passage and other aspects of mobility
5.14 Making an object relevant
5.15 Generating ‘findings’


Module 6: Working with published text

6.1 Core section one: What is different about published texts?
6.2 Core Section two: Data collection
6.2.1 Having a Go
6.3 Core section three: Data analysis: how to analyse published texts
6.3.1 Having a Go 2
6.4 Core section four: Data analysis: thinking about the discursive context
6.4.1 Having a go 3
6.5 Advanced section


Module 7: Doing and Checking Analysis

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Module 8: Diversity in analysis

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