Dr. Numa P. Markee PhD

Dr. Numa Markee

Contact Information

University of Illinois
Dept. of Linguistics, MC-168
707 South Mathews Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801
USA

Office: 3056 Foreign Languages Bldg.
Associate Professor Emeritus
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Selected Publications

Edited Books

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The Handbook of Classroom Discourse and Interaction Wiley-Blackwell 2015.

Journal Articles

Mori, Junko, and Numa Markee Introduction: Language learning, cognition, and interactional practices International Review of Applied Linguistics 47 1 2009.
Markee, Numa, and Mi-Suk Seo Learning talk analysis International Review of Applied Linguistics 47 1 2009, p. 37-63.
Markee, Numa Toward a learning behavior tracking methodology for CA-for-SLA Applied Linguistics 29 2008, p. 404-427.
Markee, Numa, and Jon Stansell Using electronic publishing as a resource for increasing empirical and interpretive accountability in conversation analysis Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 27 2007, p. 24-44.
Markee, Numa, and Gabriele Kasper Classroom talks: An introduction Modern Language Journal 88 4 2004, p. 491-500.
Markee, Numa Zones of interactional transition Modern Language Journal 88 4 2004, p. 583-596.
Markee, Numa SLA research: A resource for changing teachers' professional cultures? Modern Language Journal 81 1 1997, p. 80-93.
Markee, Numa Teachers' answers to students' questions: Problematizing the issue of making meaning Issues in Applied Linguistics 6 2 1995, p. 63-92.

Special Issues of a Journal

Mori, Junko, and Numa Markee Language learning, cognition, and interactional practices International Review of Applied Linguistics 47 2009.
Markee, Numa The use of technology for research and teaching in applied linguistics Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 27 2007.
Classroom Talks Modern Language Journal 88 4 2004.
Markee, Numa Language in development TESOL Quarterly 36 3 2002.

Book Contributions

Markee, Numa Invitation talk Language Learning and Teaching as Social Inter-action edited by Zhu Hua, edited by Paul Seedhouse, edited by Li Wei, edited by Vivan Cook. Invitation talk Edited by Zhu Hua, Edited by Paul Seedhouse, Edited by Li Wei, Edited by Vivan Cook, Basingstoke Palgrave-McMillan 2007, p. 42-57.
Markee, Numa A conversation analytic perspective on the role of quantification and generalizability in second language acquisition. Inference and generalizability in Applied Linguistics edited by Michele Chalhoub-Deville, edited by Carol Chapelle, edited by Patricia Duff. A conversation analytic perspective on the role of quantification and generalizability in second language acquisition. Edited by Michele Chalhoub-Deville, Edited by Carol Chapelle, Edited by Patricia Duff, Amsterdam and Philadelphia John Benjamins 2006, p. 135-164.
Markee, Numa A conversation analytic perspective on off-task classroom talk: Implications for second language acquisition studies Applying conversation analysis edited by Keith Richards, edited by Paul Seedhouse. A conversation analytic perspective on off-task classroom talk: Implications for second language acquisition studies Edited by Keith Richards, Edited by Paul Seedhouse, Basingstoke Palgrave-McMillan 2005, p. 187-213.
Markee, Numa Conversation analysis: Issues and problems Encyclopedia of applied linguistics Conversation analysis: Issues and problems Norwell, MA Springer 2005, p. 355-374.
Markee, Numa Conversation analysis for second language acquisition Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning edited by Eli Hinkel. Conversation analysis for second language acquisition Edited by Eli Hinkel, Mahwah, N.J. Lawrence Erlbaum 2005.
Markee, Numa Toward an ethnomedological respecification of SLA studies. Research Methodology in Second Language Acquisition edited by Andrew Cohen, edited by Susan Gass, edited by Elaine Tarone. Toward an ethnomedological respecification of SLA studies. Edited by Andrew Cohen, Edited by Susan Gass, Edited by Elaine Tarone, Hillsdale, N.J. Lawrence Erlbaum 1994, p. 89-116.

Books

Markee, Numa Conversation Analysis Mahwah, N.J. Lawrence Erlbaum 2000.
Managing Curricular Innovation New York Cambridge University Press 1997.