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English language learning
L2 Writing and Working Memory: differential effects of task types under different conditions

Rezvan Cheraqi; Rajab Esfandiari

Volume 15, Issue 31 , July 2023, , Pages 48-65

https://doi.org/10.22034/elt.2023.56150.2531

Abstract
  Language teachers should be aware of the effect of various task types on L2 writing. The purpose of the present study was twofold: To investigate the effect of various task types, including graphic-writing task, decision-making task, and reasoning task, on L2 writing and to examine the relationship between ...  Read More

Developing Iranian EAP Students’ Writing Skill through Explicit Instruction of Lexical Bundles

Rozana Shamsabadi; Saeed Ketabi; Abbas Eslami Rasekh

Volume 9, Issue 19 , June 2017, , Pages 25-52

Abstract
  This study sought to investigate the effect of explicit instruction of lexical bundles (LBs) on the development of Iranian EAP students’ writing quality and receptive and productive knowledge of LBs. Assigned to two experimental and control groups, the eighty participants took pre- and post-tests ...  Read More

The Effects of Direct Corrective Feedback and Metalinguistic Explanation on EFL Learners’ Implicit and Explicit Knowledge of English Definite and Indefinite Articles

Mohsen Rezazadeh; Mansoor Tavakoli; Abbass Eslami Rasekh

Volume 7, Issue 16 , December 2015, , Pages 113-146

Abstract
  This study investigated the effects of two types of written feedback – direct corrective feedback (DCF) and metalinguistic explanation (ME) - on Iranian EFL learners’ implicit and explicit knowledge of English definite and indefinite articles. Assigned to three groups of DCF, ME, and control ...  Read More

The Use of Lexical Bundles in Native and Non-native Post-graduate Writing: The Case of Applied Linguistics MA Theses

Zahra Amirian; Somayeh Ketabi; Hamed Eshaghi

Volume 5, Issue 11 , November 2013, , Pages 1-29

Abstract
  Connor et al. (2008) mention “specifying textual requirements of genres” (p.12) as one of the reasons which have motivated researchers in the analysis of writing. Members of each genre should be able to produce and retrieve these textual requirements appropriately to be considered communicatively ...  Read More