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This is a list of readings dealing with textual analysis, most of which were initially compiled by Brett Hirsch , Heather Froehlich , and other participants of the Folger Institute 's Early Modern Digital Agendas institute for advanced topics in digital humanities. For more resources, please see the Glossary of digital humanities terms and Digital tools for textual analysis. Additional links and resources are welcome. Adolphs, S. Atwell, Eric. Bieber, Douglas.
Textual Patterns : Key words and corpus analysis in language education. Mike Scott , Christopher Tribble. Textual Patterns introduces corpus resources, tools and analytic frameworks of central relevance to language teachers and teacher educators. Specifically it shows how key word analysis, combined with the systematic study of vocabulary and genre, can form the basis for a corpus informed approach to language teaching. The first part of the book gives the reader a strong grounding in the way in which language teachers can use corpus analysis tools wordlists, concordances, key words to describe language patterns in general and text patterns in particular.
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In section 2, I will argue that multiple paths will have to be explored for a better integration of corpora in instructed settings. Widdowson , p. He adds , p. Cambridge University Press offers a 'real English guarantee' 2 to the buyers and users of their material, Longman assures its readership that [they] 'only see real English, as it is really used'. There is thus a clear divide between the exponentially growing number of publications in applied native corpus research and the introduction of corpus data in reference books and teaching materials on the one hand and everyday teaching practices on the other.
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In corpus linguistics a key word is a word which occurs in a text more often than we would expect to occur by chance alone. Keyness is then the quality a word or phrase has of being "key" in its context.
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The knowledge on the features of the English varieties is essential to understand the differences and similarities of the varieties for second language teaching and learning, either for general proficiency EGP or English for Specific Purposes ESP classes. The analyses are conducted by employing the WordList functions of a linguistic software — Wordsmith. Discussions on the differences or similarities of these two corpora include general statistics, text coverage and vocabulary size. The empirical findings in this study highlight the general lexical features of both corpora. The analyses verify that the Engineering English has less varied vocabulary, but higher text coverage than the GE; in other words, most of the words are used repeatedly throughout the EEC. Thus, this study further emphasizes the importance of corpus-based lexical investigations in providing empirical evidences for language description.
I have also taught in higher education in France and China, and in primary, secondary, and adult education in the UK. I have worked also in many countries in Central Europe and Asia as a consultant and trainer in the design, management and evaluation of projects in academic settings, providing consultancy services for governmental and non-governmental organisations. I have long-standing research and teaching interest s in the areas of written communication and the application of corpus linguistics in language education and discourse analysis. Granger, S. Exploiting Learner Corpus Data in the Classroom: form-focused instruction and data-driven learning. In Granger, S. Learner Language on Computer pp.