Bridging Critical Discourse Analysis to Language Teaching
Keywords:CDA, CIA, CCDA, Language Teaching, Language Learning
The collaboration between the theory of classroom discourse and critical discourse analysis (CDA) has an importance contribution to the development of both theories. This collaboration prospectively contributes to the occurrence of a developing critical classroom discourse analysis (CCDA) theory. Hence, the idea of bridging CDA to language class is one of a significant contribution to the development of CCDA theory. This article presents the metamorphosis of classroom based analysis from the classroom interaction analysis (CIA) to classroom discourse analysis to critical classroom discourse analysis (CCDA) and the concepts of language teaching and language learning.
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