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Mr. Chien Chih CHEN
National ChengChi University (Taipei, Taiwan)
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How Does a Tutoring Lesson Work for a Writer? Focusing on Writing Structure and Lexical Use via Reference Tools
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  The study examines how a tutoring lesson works for a writer. Specifically, the writer’s writing structure and lexical use via reference tools were looked into to see what changes he has made after the lesson. The participant was a Ph. D. student enrolling in a TESOL theory course. To help him with his writing and carry out data collection, five tutorial lessons were given, followed by a semi-structured interview each time. Five short essays plus a short research paper were built as a writing corpus. The interviews were transcribed and his writings were analyzed. The findings suggest that the learner made progress in terms of his writing structure, though he manifested a progressive and regressive pattern in the process. He was able to use words more appropriately with the ability to use a wider range of reference tools.

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reference tools; lexical use; writing;tutoring lesson;corpus
Application of technology to the language classroom
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Chien Chih Chen
Submitted: Monday, 30 March 2020, 10:20 PM [JST]
Modified: Monday, 20 September 2021, 12:07 PM [JST]
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