Social bonding in language classrooms.
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(1) Having to use a new code to communicate can make a foreign language classroom a site of considerable:
(2) One reason adults do not have the same drive to interact and form bonds with interlocutors as children is due to:
(3) Recent research into the neurobiology and behaviors of trust, empathy and bonding in adults is beginning to reveal the ___________ nature of these social traits.
(4) Two of the ways the teacher encourages participation and elaboration – especially when students make errors – is by:
(5) Two types of collaborative actions the teacher and students engage in that may create more social intimacy and inter-subjectivity:
(6) One non-verbal action that is constrained by the organization of the tables, but that nevertheless makes a difference in the way interaction is facilitated is:
(7) One of the central aspects of the social ecology created in this class was mutual laughter. Two of the functions of group laughter were: