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ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education : Understanding Challenges, Providing Support.

By: Evans, Norman W.
Contributor(s): Anderson, Neil J | Eggington, William G.
Material type: TextTextSeries: ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (259 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781315762654.Subject(s): English language - Study and teaching (Higher) - Foreign speakersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education : Understanding Challenges, Providing SupportDDC classification: 428.00711 LOC classification: PE1128.A2 -- .E85 2015Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part I Understanding Challenges -- 1 Understanding Challenges, Providing Support: ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education -- 2 Perceptions and Realities of ESL Students in Higher Education: An Overview of Institutional Practices -- 3 Focusing on the Challenges: Institutional Language Planning -- 4 Writing Centers: Finding a Center for ESL Writers -- 5 Writing Instruction for Matriculated International Students: A Lived Case Study -- 6 Familiar Strangers: International Students in the U.S. Composition Course -- 7 Academic Reading Expectations and Challenges -- Part II Providing Support -- 8 Developing Self-Regulated Learners: Helping Students Meet Challenges -- 9 The Research-Instruction Cycle in Second Language Reading -- 10 Supporting Multilingual Writers through the Challenges of Academic Literacy: Principles of English for Academic Purposes and Composition Instruction -- 11 Assisting ESP Students in Reading and Writing Disciplinary Genres -- 12 Corpus-Based Vocabulary Support for University Reading and Writing -- 13 When Everything's Right, but It's Still Wrong: Cultural Influences on Written Discourse -- 14 Using Technology to Teach ESL Readers and Writers -- 15 Integrated Reading and Writing Assessment: History, Processes, and Challenges -- Contributors -- Index.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part I Understanding Challenges -- 1 Understanding Challenges, Providing Support: ESL Readers and Writers in Higher Education -- 2 Perceptions and Realities of ESL Students in Higher Education: An Overview of Institutional Practices -- 3 Focusing on the Challenges: Institutional Language Planning -- 4 Writing Centers: Finding a Center for ESL Writers -- 5 Writing Instruction for Matriculated International Students: A Lived Case Study -- 6 Familiar Strangers: International Students in the U.S. Composition Course -- 7 Academic Reading Expectations and Challenges -- Part II Providing Support -- 8 Developing Self-Regulated Learners: Helping Students Meet Challenges -- 9 The Research-Instruction Cycle in Second Language Reading -- 10 Supporting Multilingual Writers through the Challenges of Academic Literacy: Principles of English for Academic Purposes and Composition Instruction -- 11 Assisting ESP Students in Reading and Writing Disciplinary Genres -- 12 Corpus-Based Vocabulary Support for University Reading and Writing -- 13 When Everything's Right, but It's Still Wrong: Cultural Influences on Written Discourse -- 14 Using Technology to Teach ESL Readers and Writers -- 15 Integrated Reading and Writing Assessment: History, Processes, and Challenges -- Contributors -- Index.

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<p>Norman W. Evans is Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics and English Language, and Coordinator, English Language Center, Brigham Young University, USA.</p> <p> Neil J Anderson is Professor, Department of English Language Teaching and Learning, Brigham Young University-Hawaii, USA.</p> <p> William G. Eggington is Ludwig-Weber-Siebach Humanities Professor, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Brigham Young University, USA, and Visiting Professor, Kyung Hee University, Global Campus, South Korea.</p>

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