Doing the research

Exercise 3

Understanding references to edited collections. Fill in the table below using the information from the references given.

Alderson, J. C. (2000). Testing in EAP: Progress? Achievement? Proficiency? In G. M. Blue, J. Milton & J. Saville (Eds.), Assessing English for academic purposes (pp. 21-47). Oxford: Peter Lang.

Bachman, L. F. (1981). Formative evaluation in specific purpose program development. In R. Mackay & J. D. Palmer (Eds.), Language for specific purposes: Program design and evaluation (pp. 106-119). Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House.

Chirnside, A. (1986). Talking for specific purposes. In D. Harper (Ed.), ESP for the university (pp. 141-148). Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Ferris, D. R. (2001). Teaching writing for academic purposes. In J. Flowerdew & M. Peacock (Eds.), Research perspectives on English for academic purposes (pp. 298-314). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hewings, A. (1990). Aspects of the language in economics textbooks. In T. Dudley-Evans & W. Henderson (Eds.), The language of economics: The analysis of enonomics discourse ( pp. 29-42). London: Modern English Publications/British Council.

Price, J. E. (1978). Seminar strategies: Agreement and disagreement. In R. R. Jordan (Ed.), Pre-sessional courses for overseas students (pp. 67-70). London: The British Council.

Swales, J. (1989). Service English programme design and opportunity cost. In R. K. Johnson (Ed.), Second language curriculum (pp. 79-90). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Tadros, A. (1993). The pragmatics of text averral and attribution in academic texts. In M. Hoey (Ed.), Data, description, discourse (pp. 98-114). London: HarperCollins.

Vincent, S. (1999). Peer support through shared learning experience in an essay writing task. In H. Bool & P. Luford (Eds.), Academic standards and expectations: The role of EAP (pp. 109-115). Nottingham: Nottingham University Press.

Waters, M. & Waters, A. (2001). Designing tasks for developing study competence and study skills in English. In J. Flowerdew & M. Peacock (Eds.), Research perspectives on English for academic purposes (pp. 375-389). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Weir, C. J. (1988). Academic writing - Can we please all the people all the time? In P. Robinson (Ed.), Academic writing - Process and product (ELT Documents 129, pp. 17-34). London: Modern English Publications/British Council.

 

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Author(s) of collection

Title of collection

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J. C. Alderson.

Testing in EAP: Progress? Achievement? Proficiency?

G. M. Blue, J. Milton & J. Saville

Testing in EAP: Progress? Achievement? Proficiency?

Peter Lang

Oxford

21-47

2000

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