Developmental and Crosslinguistic Perspectives in Learner Corpus Research

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| Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
| Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
| Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
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This volume provides a state-of-the-art overview of current research and developments on the use of learner corpora perceived from developmental and crosslinguistic perspectives. The book is divided into two parts. The eleven contributions of Part I investigate the development of English language skills of young learners across seven countries/regions on the basis of a new corpus resource called the International Corpus of Crosslinguistic Interlanguage (ICCI). Part II contains seven papers devoted to other varieties of learner corpora, especially spoken learner corpora and learner corpora of languages other than English. Presenting original research in corpus linguistics, this book will be of interest to researchers and postgraduates in the fields of learner corpus research and second language acquisition and those who wish to apply corpus methodology in teaching and learning.

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[Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 4]  2012.  vi, 361 pp.
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Table of Contents
Contents
1–2
Message from the President
Ikuo Kameyama
3–6
Center for Corpus-based Linguistics and Language Education
Makoto Minegishi
7
Introduction
Yukio Tono, Yuji Kawaguchi and Makoto Minegishi
17–16
Part 1. The International Corpus of Crosslinguistic Interlanguage (ICCI)
The English profile: Using learner data to develop the CEFR for English
Nick Saville
17–26
International Corpus of Crosslinguistic Interlanguage: Project overview and a case study on the acquisition of new verb co-occurrence patterns
Yukio Tono
27–46
Compilation and exploration of ICCI corpus for learner language research
Huaqing Hong
47–62
The use of demonstrative reference in English texts by Austrian school-age learners
Barbara Schiftner and Tom Rankin
63–82
The role of conventionalized language in the acquisition and use of articles by Polish EFL learners
Agnieszka Leńko-Szymańska
83–104
The use of intensifying adverbs in learner writing
Pascual Pérez-Paredes and María Belén Díez-Bedmar
105–124
Profiling EFL learners' writing performance by syntactic complexity: A corpus-based study
Austina Shih and May Ma
125–138
A cross-sectional analysis of the use of the English article system in Spanish learner writing
María Belén Díez-Bedmar and Pascual Pérez-Paredes
139–158
Lexical richness and variation in the writing of school-age EFL learners at different learning stages and different educational systems
Tami Levitzky-Aviad
159–168
Use and misuse of cohesive devices in the writings of EFL Chinese learners: A corpus-based study
Yongbing Liu and Huiping Zhang
169–186
Normalising frequency counts to account for 'opportunity of use' in learner corpora
Paula Buttery and Andrew Caines
187–204
Part 2. Issues of learner corpus research: Focus on speech data
Spanish learners' production of French close rounded vowels: A corpus-based perceptual study
Isabelle Racine
205–228
Coding an L2 phonological corpus: From perceptual assessment to non-native speech models —An illustration with French nasal vowels—
Sylvain Detey
229–250
Design and analysis of Asian English speech corpus —How to elicit L1 phonology in L2 English data—
Mariko Kondo
251–278
Lexical profile of French learner speech: The Case of Japanese university students
Kaori Sugiyama
279–298
What's (not) in a corpus?—What to look for in a learner corpus of spoken English—
Hiroko Saito
299–308
The use of multi-word units in learner language narratives: Are there qualitative and/or quantitative differences between Japanese ESL learners and EFL learners?
Asako Yoshitomi
309–332
Corpus-based analysis of lexical collocations by intermediate Japanese language learners —With a focus on the verb suru
Ayano Suzuki and Tae Umino
333–354
Index of proper nouns
355–358
Index of subjects
359–360
Contributors
361
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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