Learner Corpora and Language Teaching

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| Justus Liebig University Giessen
| Justus Liebig University Giessen
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While native corpora and corpus linguistic tools and methods have been used and applied for quite some time in the development of learning and teaching materials, learner corpora are only just beginning to impact the field of language teaching, testing and assessment. This volume helps to close this still existing gap and highlights the great potential of learner corpus research for language pedagogy by presenting a selection of 11 original studies on learner corpora, conducted by established experts as well as by excellent young researchers. The papers included in the volume present new corpora and methods; studies on written as well as spoken learner corpora and on using data-driven learning scenarios in the classroom.

All papers include sections on practical and concrete language-pedagogical applications. This volume will be of significant interest to researchers working in corpus linguistics, learner corpus research, second language acquisition and English for Academic and Specific Purposes, as well to language teachers and materials developers.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 92]  2019.  vi, 267 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Learner corpora and language teaching
Sandra Götz and Joybrato Mukherjee
1–4
Section I. New learner corpora and tools
The Trinity Lancaster Corpus: Applications in language teaching and materials development
Dana Gablasova, Vaclav Brezina and Tony McEnery
7–28
To automated generation of test questions on the basis of error annotations in EFL essays: A time-saving tool?
Olga Vinogradova
29–48
Section II. Written learner corpora and language teaching
Complexity and qualitative lexical knowledge: A corpus-based study on the use of TAKE in German Learner English
Albert Biel
51–73
Cohesion or coesione?: L1 Italian learners’ use of linking adjuncts in academic essays
Meredith D’Arienzo
75–99
Researching learner language through POS keyword and syntactic complexity analyses
Pascual Pérez-Paredes and María Belén Díez-Bedmar
101–127
Direct quotation in second language writing: A corpus-based study of intertextuality in academic learner English
Leonie Wiemeyer
129–153
Section III. Spoken learner corpora and language teaching
Comparing errors across an L2 spoken and written error-tagged Japanese EFL learner corpus
Mariko Abe
157–174
Speech rate revisited: The effect of task design on speech rate
Tomáš Gráf
175–189
English intonation of advanced learners: A contrastive interlanguage analysis
Karin Puga
191–217
The use of smallwords in the speech of German learners of English: A corpus-based study of the factors of instruction and natural exposure
Anna Rosen
219–241
Section IV. Learner corpora and language teacher education
Integrating corpus literacy into language teacher education: The case of learner corpora
Marcus Callies
245–263
Subject index
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CJA – Language teaching theory & methods
BISAC Subject: LAN020000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Study & Teaching
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2018049087