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  1. Over-explicit talk
  2. Conversation analysis for language teachers
  3. Reconstructing miscommunications for the language classroom
  4. Review of the book 'Culture, interaction and person reference in an Australian language' by M. Garde. Language in Society, 44(1), pp. 130-131.
  5. Applying insights from conversation analysis to teach turn-taking to second language learners
  6. Error gravity: Evidence from miscommunicated L2 discourse
  7. ‘No chance to speak’: Teaching turn-taking skills for group work
  8. A workshop on turn-taking pedagogy: Applying Conversation Analysis to second language teaching (Part 2)
  9. A workshop on turn-taking pedagogy: Applying Conversation Analysis to second language teaching (Part 1)
  10. Conversation analysis for language teaching

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