Margarita Vidal Lizama, 2017: "Knowledge in your classroom: A model of analysis
for specialization LSF y TCL sobre educación y conocimiento in classroom discourse", Onomázein Número Especial SFL, 149-178.
The paper proposes a model of analysis of specialization codes in classroom discourse.
This model aims to explore the nature of the knowledge being construed in the interaction
between teacher and student in the classroom. The model offered emerges from the study of
teaching practices in popular education in Chile. The model integrates two theoretical bodies:
Legitimation Code Theory for understanding the organizing principles of knowledge and
Systemic Functional Linguistics for exploring the meaning resources construing knowledge
in classroom discourse.