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The overall goal of this study is to clarify the nature of Japanese students’ first language (L1) writing experience and instruction in high school to help university second language (L2) English writing teachers understand their students’ needs. Building on the results of a previous...
“Coherence” is traditionally described as the relationships that link the ideas in a text to create meaning for the readers. It is often regarded as a fuzzy concept which is difficult to teach and learn. This paper describes a classroom inquiry which investigated the teaching of coherence. In...
While email has been used in L2 composition classrooms as a way to develop fluency, it can also be used as a means of creating and sustaining relationships, as it is often used outside the classroom. This paper examines the way students in a graduate-level ESL course used email on their own...
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