What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History - Teresa Oteíza

What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History - Teresa Oteíza

History Classroom Interactions as Micro Spaces of ‘Doing’ Memory

What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History - Teresa Oteíza

Teresa Oteíza [+-]
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Teresa Oteíza is an associate professor in the Faculty of Letters at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.

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Chapter 4 begins with an explanation of how history is recontextualized as a memory practice in secondary level history classroom interactions. Following this, I focus on the linguistic and visual resources for building historical evidentiality from an intertextual and intersemiotic perspective. Next I explore the negotiation of point of view through the discursive resources of dialogic contraction and dialogic expansion, also paying special attention to the further elaboration of the subsystem of ENGAGEMENT to better account for the building of evaluative prosodies axiologically and epistemically charged in the interaction.

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Oteíza, Teresa. History Classroom Interactions as Micro Spaces of ‘Doing’ Memory. What to Remember, What to Teach - Human Rights Violations in Chile's Recent Past and the Pedagogical Discourse of History. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 137-188 Aug 2023. ISBN 9781800504110. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=37656. Date accessed: 24 Jun 2024 doi: 10.1558/equinox.37656. Aug 2023

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