Treatment of Error in Second Language Student Writing, Second Edition
Publication Year: 2013
Published by: University of Michigan Press
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Title Page, Series Page, Copyright, Dedication, Series Foreword
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...trained to be “process approach” writing teachers (following aware of their own linguistic deficits and the need for teacher such as, “I will not correct your journal entries, your freewrites, strategy training felt like the “dirty little secret” of our writing beyond” these issues. Still, our sense of what students needed ...
Preface to the Second Edition
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...“L2 writers,” the blurring boundaries between “native” and “non-native” speakers of English, the influence of genre studies haps more subtle. For instance, I rearranged sections and added order to retain the book’s original (popular) characteristic of being good “airplane reading,” in most cases I have limited ...
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Chapter 1 - Is Error Treatment Helpful for L2 Writers?
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...(CF) for L2 writers and want practical, field-tested strategies Indeed, most of the book is devoted to the discussion and illus-ers. Though a casual observer might believe that both terms are challenged the notion of “error” at various points in time. For what we term as “error” in L2 learners is actually a natural ...
Chapter 2 - Research on Corrective Feedback in L2 Writing
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SLA theorists as to the nature and very existence of “error,” chapter, therefore, is to look at this debate more carefully by research available on the topic of error treatment for L2 student In discussing the effects of teacher error correction, it is first 1. What are the effects of teacher error correction on student writing?...
Chapter 3 - Preparing Teachers of L2 Writers to Treat Student Error
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...of responding to students’ errors (Chapter 4), providing strategy techniques, but effective treatment of error also requires that analysis skills. In this chapter, we discuss what teachers of L2 in the L2 writing class, he discusses teachers’ lack of knowl-that this step cannot be taken for granted . . . . If teachers do ...
Chapter 4 - Responding to Student Errors: Issues and Strategies
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...circuit students’ writing and thinking processes, making writ-be of great benefit to their development as writers and to their mark all student errors because of the very real risk of exhaust-best efforts, catch all of the students’ errors! It has also been focuses on patterns of error, allowing teachers and students to ...
Chapter 5 - Beyond Error Correction: Teaching Grammar and Self-Editing Strategies to L2 Student Writers
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...the only way in which instructors can “treat” student error role for strategy training and grammar instruction as an alterna-tive means of helping students to edit their writing (Truscott, overly dependent on teachers or tutors to correct their work for them” (Ferris, 1995c, p. 18). This lack of interest, at least by ...
Chapter 6 - Beyond Error Treatment:Academic Language Developmentfor L2 Writers
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...lematic errors. However, retroactive error treatment should not be teachers’ only approach to facilitating students’ linguistic control in their writing. Rather, teachers should also be proac-tively helping students to analyze language, acquire or improve goal, of which “treatment of error” is a part but not the whole....
Postscript: Summary and Putting It All Together
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...recent reviewer of another project I was working on, “I don’t error treatment and language development as a regular, cyclical treatment of error. Before reading this book, which statement(s) their future careers may hinge in a large part on their ability to few exceptions, it is unlikely that they will be able to achieve ...
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Page Count: 240
Publication Year: 2013
Series Title: Michigan Series on Teaching Multilingual