By Janet Maybin (auth.)
Janet Maybin investigates how 10-12 year-olds use speak and literacy to build wisdom approximately their social worlds and themselves. She exhibits how childrens use collaborative verbal innovations, tales of non-public event and the remodeled voices of others to enquire the ethical order and forge their very own identities.
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We’ve got enough. Oh for a cup of tea! Do you want a cup of tea? No thank you, it’s time I must be going ‘Where do you live’ /Out in /the little girl said Where do you live? ’ Do you like living out there? No, it’s cold and I have to suffer. Finally, after further domestic incidents, Michelle ends the story by announcing that the dragon was ‘allowed to live with us again. And we were all one good happy family’. In this narrative Michelle, Sharon and Natalie draw on their shared domestic experience to produce a genre of activity which is very close to ‘playing house’.
References to a current context are organised and interpreted within the frameworks of speech genres and references to other contexts are often made through a reported voice or reported dialogue which indexes a speech genre connected with that context. Teacher-pupil classroom dialogue was one kind of speech genre which children regularly took part in. Across the various recordings of talk that I collected within the boundaries of the school day, other different speech genres emerged, for instance in the whole school assembly and when children talked informally among themselves.
Michelle was a slight, retiring 11 year-old girl whom I had not noticed in the classroom until I ended up helping her and Kim with their work one afternoon and got into chatting with them about what they liked to do outside school. Michelle said she often made up stories with friends and offered to tape one of these for me. The ﬁrst two extracts below comes from Michelle’s recording of herself, her 4 year-old cousin, Natalie, and a 10 year-old friend, Sharon, who are all playing together in Michelle’s bedroom.
Children’s Voices: Talk, Knowledge and Identity by Janet Maybin (auth.)