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Kuschnir, A. N. (2009). Shaping Meanings through Genre: An Analysis of a Personal Experience Narrative in a Graduate Course. L1 – Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 9 (2), p. 91-111. https://doi.org/10.17239/L1ESLL-2009.09.02.03

The purpose of this study is to investigate oral narratives of personal experience told in the graduate classroom and viewed here as a genre (Martin & Rose, 2007). Narratives of personal experience are ubiquitous in everyday life and work as a means of re-constructing experience (Bruner, 1997, 1994). In this research, narratives of personal experience are examined according to narrative and evaluation theory (Cortazzi & Jin, 2001; Martin, 2001; Martin & White, 2005) to investigate how evaluation occurs in these texts and how they work as a pedagogic tool. Through the analysis of this genre, a direct connection between narratives of personal experience and the social construction of knowledge can be highlighted.

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Authors Kuschnir, A. N.
Publication date 2009-05-22
DOI 10.17239/L1ESLL-2009.09.02.03
Collection Special issue L1 studies in Brazil
Subject genre
Keywords
appraisal
knowledge construction
pedagogic genre
pedagogical interaction
personal experience narrative
[Shaping meanings through genre: An analysis of a personal experience narrative in a graduate course]
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