ISSUES IN EAP WRITING RESEARCH AND INSTRUCTION

Edited by Paul Thompson
A CALS publication
ISBN 0 7049 1366 6


CONTENTS
 


The Flight from a Perfect World: Rethinking the Notion of Genre in Language Teaching

Mohammed Al Ali and Randal Holme, Durham University


Genre-Based Pedagogy: Problems and Possibilities

Mary Scott and Nicholas Groom, Institute of Education


The Dissertation: A Case of Neglect?

Tony Dudley-Evans, Birmingham University


Exploring the Contexts of Writing: Interviews with PhD supervisors

Paul Thompson, Reading University


The Grammatical Subject: A Focus for Enquiry into Disciplinary Differences

Ann Hewings, Open University


Aspects of the Author’s Voice in Three Academic Research Articles

Maggie Charles, Oxford University


Variation in the Methods Sections of Research Articles across Disciplines: the Case of Fast and Slow Text

Meriel Bloor, Warwick University


Teaching the Undergraduate Discursive Law Essay on a Pre-sessional English Course – Writer’s Rights or Readers’ Prerogative?

Stella Smyth, Leicester University


Raising Audience Awareness in EAP Writers Using Reader-Response Protocols

Olwyn Alexander, Heriot-Watt University


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