Trans-cultural Competence, Emotional Awareness, and Language Corpora


Productive vocabulary: A look at the effect of task and language in a corpus of academic student writing
Randi REPPEN     abstract


Teaching And Linguafranca Corpora: Communication and Conformity
Barbara SEIDLHOFER     abstract


Let’s Marry
James THOMAS     abstract


Teaching and Language Corpora: Quo Vadis?
Christopher TRIBBLE     abstract



Variation across proficiency levels in L2 spoken English
Mariko ABE     abstract


Speech corpora for language learning
Guy ASTON & Daniele RODI     abstract


Machine Translation technology in advanced language teaching and translator training: a corpus-based approach to post-editing MT output
Bogdan BABYCH, Anne BUCKLEY, Richard HUGHES & Svitlana BABYCH     abstract


Exploring patterns of textual cohesion in multilingual corpora and their application for teaching language and translation
Svitlana BABYCH     abstract


Wanted: Large corpus, simple software. No timewasters
Alex BOULTON     abstract


Student Corpus Use: Giving Up or Keeping On?
Maggie CHARLES     abstract


Overuse or underuse? A comparative study on phrasal-verb use between British and American novice writers
Meilin CHEN     abstract


Keyword decoding reliability for News B1-level reading comprehension
Alejandro CURADO-FUENTES     abstract


The treatment of quantity approximation in reference grammars and business English textbooks
Sylvie DE COCK & Diane GOOSSENS     abstract


Evaluative sentential relative clauses in native and learner speech and a corpus of textbook materials
Sylvie DE COCK     abstract


“and erm . he’s having a young woman there who he wants to paint” – The progressive in spoken vs. written learner language
Stefanie DOSE & Sandra GÖTZ     abstract


Prizing Open and Enhancing Research Corpora for Language Learning
Alannah FITZGERALD     abstract


Corpora in Language Teaching in English as an International Language Contexts: Some Issues
John FLOWERDEW     abstract


Corpus-driven Learning and Language Learning Theories
Lynne FLOWERDEW     abstract


Getting help from corpus examples


The Positions of the Because-clause: Pedagogical Implications Based on Native Speaker and Learner Corpus Data
Kazuko FUJIMOTO     abstract


 “Annul, cancel or dismiss?” –  or how to deal with synonymy in legal language
Stanisław GOŹDŹ-ROSZKOWSKI     abstract


Metadiscourse in EFL Leaners’ Writings: A Corpus-Based Study
Huaqing HONG & Feng CAO     abstract


Can the output of self-transcribed speaking activities provide useful data for a learner corpus?  An evaluation of reflective transcription tasks for learners as a means of corpus creation.
Stephen JEACO     abstract


CHILDES-Driven Materials for Teaching English Derivational Morphology to EFL Learners
Jongsup JUN     abstract


The selection of vocabulary for EFL lower-primary school textbooks
Katarzyna KULAS     abstract


Finding Pattern Flows and Everyday English Novel Through Data-Driven Learning and Two Self-Compiled Corpora
Hsing-chin LEE     abstract


The emergence of formulaic language in EFL writing – a cross-linguistic and cross-sectional perspective
Agnieszka LEŃKO-SZYMAŃSKA     abstract


Patterns of development in the use of verb-noun and adjective-noun collocations in the writing of young EFL learners: Evidence from the International Corpus of Cross-linguistic Interlanguage (ICCI) and implications for teaching
Tami LEVITZKY-AVIAD     abstract


The Polish Frequency List of Child Directed Speech in comparison to the standard Polish language
Magdalena ŁUNIEWSKA, Jakub SZEWCZYK, Bartłomiej ETENKOWSKI & Ewa HAMAN     abstract


Personalised expressions in learner German — and the bigger picture
Ursula MADEN-WEINBERGER     abstract


Enhancing translator trainees’ awareness of source text interference by combining learner and comparable corpora
Josep MARCO & Heike VAN LAWICK     abstract


On the use of the English Genitive vs of-construction by Macedonian learners
Liljana MITKOVSKA     abstract


A Corpus-Driven Study of Science Lab Reports
Daehyeon NAM     abstract


Collocations and the design of teaching materials for second language learners
Adriane ORENHA-OTTAIANO     abstract


The development of corpus-related skills in translator training. Using webquests as a facilitating instrument
Ulrike OSTER & Teresa MOLÉS CASES     abstract


Five-spice powder, bubble and squeak, and the whole enchilada – teaching ESP and specialised translation with genre corpora
Michał B. PARADOWSKI     abstract


Modals and the Construction of Epistemic Stance by Native- and Non-Native Speakers
Matthew PEACOCK     abstract


Graph-based analysis of native and learner phraseology
Piotr PĘZIK     abstract


The COALLA collaboration: New directions in the development of learner corpora


Fixedness and variability: using PoS-grams to study phraseology in newspaper articles
Antonio PINNA & David BRETT     abstract


The spoken proficiency of future English teachers in Brazil: a corpus-based analysis
Paula Tavares PINTO-PAIVA     abstract


Corpora and ELT: the frequency lists issue, quantitative and cognitive factors
Aquilino SÁNCHEZ & Raquel CRIADO     abstract


Corpus-based metalinguistic discussions designed as writing pre-tasks
Eva SCHAEFFER-LACROIX     abstract


Capturing Coherence in English Learner Writing: Cohesion & Relational Structure
Barbara SCHIFTNER     abstract


Nouns and their patterns in L2 student writing – Implications for the teaching of English for specific academic purposes (ESAP)
Christine SING     abstract


Pedagogical applications of a multimedia bilingual corpus of subtitles
Patricia SOTELO     abstract


SpeechIndexer in the Foreign Language Curriculum
Jozsef SZAKOS & Ulrike GLAVITSCH     abstract


Deriving vocabulary frames to improve fluency and accuracy
James THOMAS     abstract


Identification of linguistic features for classifying L2 proficiency levels using beginning-level L2 learner corpora and machine learning techniques
Yukio TONO     abstract


From Text to Corpus – developing disciplinary writing programmes for Masters students
Christopher TRIBBLE, Ursula WINGATE & Susan MAINGAY     abstract


Text, Genre, Corpus – course development for technical writing & translation
Christopher TRIBBLE & Natalie KÜBLER     abstract


Using online corpus tools and other reference resources as writing assistance: A mixed methods study of Korean ESL graduate students’ academic writing
Choongil YOON     abstract


Training or reflexive practice for language teachers about textchat
Hyeon YUN & Thierry CHANIER     abstract


Annotating pronunciation errors in the PLEC spoken learner corpus
Magdalena ZAJĄC & Piotr PĘZIK     abstract



The Writer Text Corpus in Native Language Teaching (On homonymy in the Corpus of the long prose fiction by Ivan Franko)
Solomija BUK     abstract


Developing a level-appropriate, grammatically-categorized browsing system of EFL example sentences for teachers and students
Kiyomi CHUJO, Kathryn OGHIGIAN & Shiro AKASEGAWA     abstract


MUCH: The Malmö University-Chalmers Corpus of Academic Writing as a Process
Andreas ERIKSSON, Damian FINNEGAN, Asko KAUPPINEN, Maria WIKTORSSON, Anna WÄRNSBY & Peter WITHERS     abstract


A BNC-comparable corpus of Polish – applications in pedagogy
Rafał L. GÓRSKI     abstract


Syntax and Discourse in Good and Poor Scientific Articles
Yuichiro KOBAYASHI & Shosaku TANAKA     abstract


On Individualizing ESP Course for Non-Linguistics Post-Graduate Students by Using Concordances of Their Reading Corpora
Marina KOGAN     abstract


Linguistic Worldview and Corpora in Developing Intercultural Communicative Competence


Can students use corpora to enhance their writing?
Sanja MARINOV     abstract


A Learner Corpus of Spoken Danish and its Direct and Indirect Applications in Language Teaching
Thomas MATHIASEN & Mikołaj SOBKOWIAK     abstract


A corpus-based study of learners’ confluence
Marek MOLENDA     abstract


A study of repetitions as conversational repair strategies by Chinese English learners
Lihong QUAN     abstract


POS tagging errors in learner corpora
Sylwia TWARDO     abstract


Learner Corpora: In Aid of Englishes as Lingua Franca for Intercultural Communication
Josta VAN RIJ-HEYLIGERS     abstract


A corpus-based online learning system for enhancing Hong Kong English major students’ academic writing skills
Lixun WANG     abstract


A new corpus-based Swahili-Polish dictionary
Beata WÓJTOWICZ     abstract


LSP Learner Corpus: Exploring Students’ Abstracts of Medical Mock Experiment
Shozo YOKOYAMA, Chizuko SUZUKI, Tamao ARAKI & Akira SAWAGUCHI     abstract