By Magali Paquot

ISBN-10: 1441114505

ISBN-13: 9781441114501

ISBN-10: 1441130365

ISBN-13: 9781441130365

ISBN-10: 1441191143

ISBN-13: 9781441191144

Educational vocabulary is in type, as witnessed by means of the expanding variety of textbooks released at the subject. within the first a part of educational Vocabulary in Learner Writing, Magali Paquot scrutinizes the idea that of ̀academic vocabulary' and proposes a corpus-driven approach in line with the standards of keyness, diversity and evenness of distribution to choose educational phrases that may be a part of a common-core academic Read more...


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G. Johansson, 1978; Coxhead, 2000; Mudraya, 2006) have principally considered book sections, journal articles and textbooks. Academic writing, however, includes other kinds of text than professionally edited articles and books, notably student essays. As Nesi et al. (2004: 440) comment, ‘novice writers do not (. . ) begin by writing for publication, or for a readership of strangers. ’ The automatic selection of potential academic words for this study was therefore made on the basis of an analysis of both professional and student writing.

POS tagging is Selection of academic vocabulary 35 the most popular kind of linguistic annotation applied to text. By providing information about the grammatical nature of a word, it makes it possible to extract information about its various meanings and uses. Thus, it distinguishes between left as the past tense or past participle of leave (‘I left early’), and left as a word meaning the opposite of right, either as an adjective (‘my left hand’), an adverb (‘turn left’) or a noun (‘on your left’).

As regards the verb analyse, this central concept can be defined as ‘to examine data using specific methods or tools in order to make sense of it’, with the ‘data’ and the ‘methods or tools’ varying across academic fields. It is only by invoking more general definitions of this type that EAP tutors will help L2 learners deal with the various uses of verbs that they may come across even within a single discipline. In linguistics, for example, analyse is also often used in the sense of carrying a statistical analysis, submitting data to computer-aided analyses or distinguishing the constituents of a word, phrase or sentence.

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