How do ESL writers compose?
This paper focusses upon an experiment in which 9 adult non-native speakers of English were required to ‘think aloud’ as they undertook a writing task of an expository kind. The experiment aimed to accumulate data about the sub-processes of writing (planning, rehearsing, revising, re-reading, commenting etc.) in order to understand better what actually happens in the writing process.
Published online: 01 January 1986
n.d.) Test of writing ability: M2 writing assessment scale. London, British Council.
Flower, L. and J.R. Hayes
(1987b) Process or genre in teaching ESL students to write? Paper presented at ATESOL 5th Summer School, Sydney.
Jones, C.S. and J. Tetroe
Scardamalia, M., C. Bereiter and H. Goelman
Cited by 4 other publications
Abdel Latif, Muhammad M.
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