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Highlights ► The study compared learners writing in groups of four, pairs, and individually. ► Individual learners produced longer texts than those writing collaboratively. ► Groups produced more language-related episodes (LREs) than pairs. ► Groups produced a higher percentage of...
Highlights ► Increasing task structure in a communicative task conducted online led learners to pay more attention to language form (as measured in the incidence of language related episodes). ► Analysis of transcript and interview data supports this finding and reveals how increased...
Highlights ► Generation 1.5 texts contained more total identified errors than the L1 texts. ► Generation 1.5 texts contained more of certain specific errors than the L1 texts. ► Interesting verb error patterns emerged among Generation 1.5, L1, and L2 texts.
Highlights ► Illuminates an EAL biochemistry professor's perspectives on novices’ textual borrowing in their initial draft of a research paper. ► Shows how the expert writer eliminates novices’ textual borrowing as he revises a paper for publication. ► Shows that the expert's...
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