This book contains chapters that describe the current psycholinguistic research being conducted internationally on better understanding second language (L2) writing. Such accounts are based on an experimental research tradition arising from recent progress made in methodology, technology and theory in both native and second language writing. There have been a number of recent volumes on the educational aspects of teaching a foreign or second language. However, there are relatively few published studies specifically geared to better understanding L2 writing and how it relates to L1 writing research in the psycholinguistic tradition. This tradition combines converging evidence from psychological experiments, case studies, linguistic interviews, field studies, correlation and other structural analyses of individual differences. The goal of all of these sources of evidence is to describe, predict, and ultimately explain L2 writing.When I write in my my own language, I pay a lot of attention to the details or the style. I cana#39;t really do it now ... I try to remember all those. So that was the best. Ali: But when we gain through school how to take notes, how to write essays. ... And then say everything about me and everything about her to compare. We made itanbsp;...
|Title||:||New Directions for Research in L2 Writing|
|Author||:||S. Ransdell, M.-L. Barbier|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2002-04-30|