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Fri Oct 20 2006
Qs: Textbooks for Empirical Research Writing
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Textbooks for Empirical Research Writing
Message 1: Textbooks for Empirical Research Writing
From: Lynn Santelmann <santelmannlpdx.edu>
Subject: Textbooks for Empirical Research Writing
I am looking for textbook recommendations for a graduate course in
Empirical Research Writing. Our department has newly instituted this course
as part of the requirements for our MA TESOL students who are taking a
The goal of the course is to have students be able to understand and use
the writing conventions of the field (Applied Linguistics) for empirical
papers. They will be asked to analyze data and then write up a short paper
that conforms to the expected structure of research articles in the field.
The focus of course will be on the discourse of the field and on WRITING.
Any recommendations for books and/or articles that we could use would be
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