Perspectives on Writing Series Editors: Consistent with the wide-ranging approaches characteristic of teaching and scholarship in writing across the curriculum, the series presents works that take divergent perspectives on working as a writer, teaching writing, administering writing programs, and studying writing in its various forms. The following books are currently available. It is designed to make new books available freely on the Web and in low-cost print editions.
The book presents a comprehensive set of empirical investigations involving a number of first languages; 13 of the 17 authors are English-as-a-second-language speakers, many working in non-US contexts.
This work develops a coherent agenda for contrastive rhetoric researchers, studying genres such as school writing, grant proposals, business letters, newsp Discourse on the move: The primary goal is to bring these two analytical perspectives together: Both approaches are illustrated through case studies of discourse structure in particular genres fund-raising letters, biologybiochemistry research articules, and university classroom teaching.
The goal of this book is to show how insights from corpus linguistic analyses can help us better understand how we use academic and professional language and help us find ways to better train newcomers to the genres used in various professional contexts.
The contributions to this book show that specialized corpora of specific genres from a variety of fields allow us to make more relevant observations about the function and use of language for particular purposes.
The specia Applied corpus linguistics: These papers - from authors representing eight countries including the U. Topics range from theory and analysis to classroom application, and include the study of oral discourse as well as the study of written discourse, including internet-based discourse.
Consequently, this volume is divided into two sections. The first section focuses on the use of corpus linguistics in the analysis of spoken and written discourse; the second section focuses on the direct pedagogical application of corpus linguistics, reflecting the applied foundation of this branch of linguistics Contrastive rhetoric: The book presents a comprehensive view of the research in this field, emphasizing the connections between contrastive rhetoric and the related disciplines of composition studies, cultural anthropology, translation studies, and text linguistics.
Connor draws on this research to provide sound advice for dealing with cross-cultural issues in a variety of second language writing contexts.new pedagogical paradigm was to create a student-centred environment where socio-constructivist and cognitive principles would be infused into the teaching of French writing (L2 setting).
A design experiment methodology based on students’ perspectives was used to continuously test and refine the online component of the course. We suggest that teaching cohesion and coherence in a foreign language classroom should be enhanced and, ideally, integrated with writing assignments.
This could be achieved by introducing various types of activities in which learners explore the features of a coherent text, the types of cohesive devices and their function in a text.
Coherence in Writing: Research and Pedagogical Perspectives Paperback – June 1, by Ulla Connor (Author, Editor), Ann M. Johns (Editor) Be the first to review this item. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Format: Paperback. Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition and Writing.
Edited by Patricia Portanova, J. Michael Rifenburg, and Duane Roen. Since the s, even as international writing scholars have embraced cognitive science, the number of studies building on research in writing .
Developmentally appropriate practice and play-based pedagogy in early years education of the importance of providing continuity and coherence in children’s early development and learning, and has led to a pedagogical and assessment approaches of 20 different countries across the world (Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany.
Chapter 4 Current approaches and teaching methods. Bilingual programmes. Gabriel Tejada Molina, María Luisa Pérez Cañado, and Gloria Luque Agulló Coherence and consistency: Elements ordered and organized within a system The closer these two perspectives are, the more effective the FL .