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. Gimenez, J., 2006, Embedded business emails: Meeting new demands in international business communication, English for Specific Purposes, Vol.25, Issue2, pp.154-172.
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Type of subjects/data: emails
No. of subjects/data: 123
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: - Randomly select emails
- Analyze emails for emerging patterns
- Collect emails again and verify whether they belong to those emerging patterns
- Collect emails again according to the criteria set
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Keywords:
Business emails, Stylistic conventions, International business communication

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. Magnet, A. and Carnet, D., 2006, Letters to the editor: Still vigorous after all these years? A presentation of the discursive and linguistic features of the genre, English for Specific Purposes, Vol.25, Issue2, pp.173-199.
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Type of subjects/data: Letters
No. of subjects/data: 200
Instruments: Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - Perform a comparative analysis of the rhetorical features and linguistic features
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Letters, Discursive strategies, Linguistic features, Genre analyses, Biology and medicine

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. Donohue, J.P., 2006, How to support a one-handed economist: The role of modalisation in economic forecasting, English for Specific Purposes, Vol.25, Issue2, pp.200-216.
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Type of subjects/data: Forcasting texts
No. of subjects/data: 72
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Method of analysis: - Identify raw occurences of modals
- Study each modal closely in its context
- Hypothesise a range of the functions performed by modalised form
- Isolate two modal forms: strong and weak modal verb
- Examine each modal verb to test hypothesis set
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Modalisation, English language forecast, Economist, Hedging device

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. Nelson, M., 2006, Semantic associations in Business English: A corpus-based analysis, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 25, Issue 2, Pages 217-234. doi:10.1016/j.esp.2005.02.008
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Type of subjects/data: Business English corpus
No. of subjects/data: 1
Instruments: Corpus
Method of analysis: - Compare BEC to BNC by using Log Likeihood and a p value
- Create a list of keywords
- Set semantic categories
- Choose 5 semantic categories to embody the key words found
- Choose 10 words from each category to be analysed
- Concordance those words using WordSmith tool 3 and print out
- Analyze concordance lines for each word manually
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Keywords:
Semantic associations, Business English

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. Mudraya, O., 2006, Engineering English: A lexical frequency instructional model, English for Specific Purposes, Vol.25, Issue2, pp.235-256.
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Type of subjects/data: The Students Engineering English Corpus (SEEC)
No. of subjects/data: 1
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Method of analysis: - Build a word list organized by word families
- Carry out word frequency analysis in comparison with the COBUILD Bank of English Corpus and the British National Corpus (BNC)
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Keywords:
Engineering English, Data-driven corpus-based methodology

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. Goh, C. and Taib, Y., 2006, Metacognitive instruction in listening for young learners, ELT Journal, Vol.60/3, pp.222-232.
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Type of subjects/data: Students (Primary school students)
No. of subjects/data: 10
Instruments: Task/ activity, Written report/ paper, Discussion, Test
Method of analysis: - Record students' report on features that influenced comprehension
- Categorize features under broad factors
- Analyze strategies used for facilitating listening from students' report
- Assess the value of metacognitive instruction by interpret students' written reflection and compare listening test scores before and after the task
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Metacognitive instruction, Metacognitive training, Listening, Process-based listening lessons, Young learners, Small-scale study

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. Hawkey, R., 2006, Teacher and learner perceptions of language learning activity, ELT Journal, Vol.60/3, pp.242-252.
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Type of subjects/data: Students, Teachers, and Parents
No. of subjects/data: 228, 47, 21
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview, Group discussion, Observation, Test
Method of analysis: - Tally the students and teachers' responses to the questionnaire
- Compare and rank teachers' and students' perceptions according to the activity categories in the questionnaire
- Conduct content analysis for the data from open-ended questionniare, interview and focus group discussion
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Keywords:
Perceptions, Language learning activity, Language education reform project

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. Vickers, C.H. and Ene, E., 2006, Grammatical accuracy and learner autonomy in academic writing, ELT Journal, Vol.60/2, pp.109-116.
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Type of subjects/data: Advanced ESL students
No. of subjects/data: 13
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - Compute average test scores
- Compare average scores of pre- and post-test
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Grammatical accuracy, Autonomy, Writing task, Self-correction, Advanced writing

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. Vickers, C.H. and Ene, E., 2006, Grammatical accuracy and learner autonomy in academic writing, ELT Journal, Vol.60/2, pp.109-116.
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Type of subjects/data: Advanced ESL students
No. of subjects/data: 13
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - Compute average test scores
- Compare average scores of pre- and post-test
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Grammatical accuracy, Autonomy, Writing task, Self-correction, Advanced writing

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. Arnold, E., 2006, Assessing the quality of mentoring: sinking or learning to swim?, ELT Journal, Vol.60/2, pp.117-124.
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Type of subjects/data: New teachers (mentees), Mentors
No. of subjects/data: 7
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview, Journal/diary, Document
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Assessments, Quality of mentoring, Framework, Mentoring program

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