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241. Bitchener, J., Young, S. and Cameron, D., 2005, The effect of different types of corrective feedback on ESL student writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.14, Issue 3, pp.191-205.
Location:
New Zealand
Type of subjects/data: Student
No. of subjects/data: 53
Instruments: Task, Conference
Method of analysis: - Error analysis
- ANOVA, pos hoc test
Other aspects: - Reliability
Research design:
Quasi-experimental research
Level of detail: Low

Keywords:
Corrective feedback, Student writing, Linguistic error


242. McCarthey, S.J., Guo, Y.-H. and Cummins, S., 2005, Understanding changes in elementary Mandarin students' L1 and L2 writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.14, Issue 2, pp.71-104.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: Student
No. of subjects/data: 5
Instruments: Observation, Interview, Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: - Assessing written work in L1 and L2
- Characterizing students' writing development
Other aspects: - Longitudinal study
- Reliability
- Rublics for assessing writing
Research design:
Level of detail: High

Keywords:
L1 and L2 writing, Writing development, Language loss


243. Blanton, L.L., 2005, Student, interrupted: A tale of two would-be writers, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.14, Issue 2, pp.105-121.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 2
Instruments: Document, Essay, Online discussion/email
Method of analysis: - Error analysis
- Textual analysis
Other aspects: Narrative research
Research design:
Case study
Level of detail: Low

Keywords:
narrative, generation 1.5, literacy development


244. Liu, L., 2005, Rhetorical education through writing instruction across cultures: A comparative analysis of select online instructional materials on argumentative writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.14, Issue 1, pp.1-18.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: Online instructional materials
No. of subjects/data: N/A
Instruments: Essay
Method of analysis: - Contrastive analysis
- Comparative content-analysis
Other aspects:
Research design:
Exploratory research
Level of detail: Low

Keywords:
Chinese rhetoric, Contrastive rhetoric, Comparative rhetoric, Argumentative writing


245. Reynolds, D.W., 2005, Linguistic correlates of second language literacy development: Evidence from middle-grade learner essays, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.14, Issue 1, pp.19-45.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 735
Instruments: Essay
Method of analysis: - Multi-dimensional analysis: coding the texts by using CLAN software program, rechecking the machine coding by a researcher, computing dimension scores by MANOVA, ANOVA
Other aspects: Child Language Analysis (CLAN) software program
Research design:
Level of detail: Medium

Keywords:
Adolescent writing development, Multi-dimensional analysis, Linguistic fluency


246. Yoon, H. and Hirvela, A., 2004, ESL student attitudes toward corpus use in L2 writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 4, pp.257-283.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 22
Instruments: Observation, Interview, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - analysis of responses to the questionnaire: mean scores, coding responses
- content analysis
Other aspects: - content validity
- internal reliability
- using Collins COBUILD corpus in teaching
Research design:
Survey research
Level of detail: Medium

Keywords:
Corpus linguistics, Corpora, L2 writing instruction, Academic literacy


247. Lee, I., 2004, Error correction in L2 secondary writing classrooms: The case of Hong Kong, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 4, pp.285-312.
Location:
China
Type of subjects/data: Teacher, Student
No. of subjects/data: 206, 320
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview, Written feedback
Method of analysis: - Compute descriptive data
- Transcribe, summarize, and categorize interview data
- Identify errors in error correction task
Other aspects: Types of errors
Research design:
Level of detail: Low

Keywords:
error correction, Second language writing, Secondary writing, Writing in Hong Kong


248. Cheng, Y.-S., 2004, A measure of second language writing anxiety: Scale development and preliminary validation, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 4, pp.313-335.
Location:
Taiwan
Type of subjects/data: Student, Teacher
No. of subjects/data: 486, 2
Instruments: Questionnaire, Rating scale, Task
Method of analysis: - Factor analysis
- Reliability analysis
- Validity analysis
- Correction analysis
Other aspects: Scale validity test
Research design:
Exploratory research
Level of detail: High

Keywords:
Writing anxiety, Self-report L2 writing, Anxiety scale validation


249. Williams, J., 2004, Tutoring and revision: Second language writers in the writing center, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 3, pp.173-201.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: Tutor, Student
No. of subjects/data: 4, 5
Instruments: Interview, Video recordings, Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: - Error analysis
- Content analysis
Other aspects:
Research design:
Level of detail: High

Keywords:
ESL writers, Writing centers, Revision


250. Weigle, S.C. and Nelson, G.L., 2004, Novice tutors and their ESL tutees: Three case studies of tutor roles and perceptions of tutorial success, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 3, pp.203-225.
Location:
United States
Type of subjects/data: Tutor, Tutee
No. of subjects/data: 3, 3
Instruments: Online discussion/email, Video recordings, Interview, Written feedback
Method of analysis: Content analysis
Other aspects: - Triangulation method
- Atlas.ti qualitative data analysis software
- Data analysis based on a grounded theory approach
Research design:
Case study
Level of detail: Medium

Keywords:
ESL writers, Tutors, MATESOL program


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