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Akbas, Erdem, Ed.; Hatipoglu, Ciler, Ed.; Bayyurt, Yasemin, Ed. – Online Submission, 2017
This is the book of abstracts for the conference held in 2017 entitled: ''METADISCOURSE ACROSS GENRES: MAPPING INTERACTION IN SPOKEN & WRITTEN DISCOURSES'', also known as MAG2017. The 1st International Conference on Metadiscourse Across Genres took place in METU Northern Cyprus Campus, Cyprus between 30 March-1 April 2017 with the…
Descriptors: Oral Language, Written Language, Discourse Analysis, Computational Linguistics
Gera, Christina, Ed. – Online Submission, 2013
The 7 articles in this 8th volume comprise the referred proceedings of the 2012 ATLAANZ (Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors Aotearoa/New Zealand) conference. The first three chapters present tools that can assist students with their academic development: In chapter 1, ("The DELNA Language Advisory Session: How do Students…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Student Development, English (Second Language)
Protheroe, Mervyn, Ed. – Online Submission, 2012
The 10 articles in this 7th volume comprise the refereed proceedings of the 2011 ATLAANZ (Association of Tertiary Learning Advisors Aotearoa/New Zealand) conference. In Chapter 1, Cath Fraser and Pam Simpson ("Offshore-onshore: How international students' expectations of the New Zealand academic environment compare to their lived…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Foreign Students, Comparative Analysis
Gabriel, Raafat – Online Submission, 2009
It is crucial that foreign language teachers know well what kinds of grammar teaching strategies best aid learning in the classroom in order to adjust their teaching toward a practical and successful approach. Much of the debate about how to help EFL learners achieve grammatical proficiency centers on the implicit versus explicit, or deductive…
Descriptors: Grammar, English (Second Language), Literature Reviews, Second Language Instruction
Usher, Alex – Online Submission, 2005
The purpose of this study is to move beyond debates about income-contingency or non-income contingency as a means of loan repayment and focus on the specific nature of the debt burden facing students in different countries. In particular, it will explore how much students in different countries owe in student loan debt, the conditions governing…
Descriptors: Student Loan Programs, Income, Debt (Financial), Loan Repayment