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Learning and Instruction

Volume 10, Number 1

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Using integrated electronic environments for collaborative teaching/learning

    Paul A Kirschner

    Comparative international reports and evaluation reports or audits on the quality of university studies reflect a concern about the quality of graduates in their plea for more skills-oriented... More

    pp. 1-9

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  2. A new assessment era: different needs, new challenges

    Filip Dochy

    pp. 11-20

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  3. An approximation to the study of backtracking in L2 writing

    Rosa Marı́a Manchón, Julio Roca de Larios & Liz Murphy

    This article presents the findings of a small-scale study which analyses backtracking behaviour by intermediate Spanish learners of English when writing an argumentative and a narrative essay in... More

    pp. 13-35

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  4. Ten questions on EARLI's research students' network

    Perry den Brok

    pp. 21-26

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  5. Developmental relationships in the acquisition of English syntax: writing vs. speech

    Bob Weissberg

    The acquisition of English morpho-syntactic elements was studied in five adult L2 learners, all native speakers of Spanish, while they were enrolled in a pre-university intensive English program.... More

    pp. 37-53

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  6. Building models of adult second-language writing instruction

    Alister Cumming & Abdolmehdi Riazi

    This paper first reviews recent attempts to describe formal models of second-language writing; we then identify three major issues in need of clarification to advance model-building in this domain.... More

    pp. 55-71

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  7. L2 writing: subprocesses, a model of formulating and empirical findings

    Rüdiger Zimmermann

    Recent writing research has been heavily influenced by Hayes and Flower's model of the L1 writing process with its emphasis on planning and a certain disregard of the formulating component (... More

    pp. 73-99

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  8. L2 writing: a commentary

    Ilona Leki

    pp. 101-105

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  9. Second language writing: a few remarks on psycholinguistic and instructional issues

    Dieter Wolff

    pp. 107-112

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