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Metadiscourse: Exploring Interaction in Writing
Part 1. What is Metadiscourse? 1. First impressions 2. Definitions, issues and classifications 3. A Metadiscourse model Part 2: Metadiscourse in practice 4. Metadiscourse and rhetoric 5.Expand
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Second Language Writing
  • K. Hyland
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • 1 October 2003
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Authoritative and accessible, this book introduces the theory and practice of teaching writing to students of EFL/ESL learners. Expand
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Stance and engagement: a model of interaction in academic discourse
A great deal of research has now established that written texts embody interactions between writers and readers. A range of linguistic features have been identified as contributing to the writer'sExpand
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Hedging in scientific research articles
This book provides a comprehensive study of hedging in academic research papers, relating a systematic analysis of forms to a pragmatic explanation for their use. Based on a detailed examination ofExpand
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As can be seen: Lexical bundles and disciplinary variation
An important component of fluent linguistic production is control of the multi-word expressions referred to as clusters, chunks or bundles. These are extended collocations which appear moreExpand
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PERSUASION AND CONTEXT: THE PRAGMATICS OF ACADEMIC METADISCOURSE
Metadiscourse refers to aspects of a text which explicitly organise the discourse, engage the audience and signal the writer's attitude. Its use by writers to guide readers and display an appropriateExpand
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Authority and invisibility: authorial identity in academic writing
Academic writing is not just about conveying an ideational ‘content’, it is also about the representation ofself . Recent research has suggested that academic prose is not completely impersonal, butExpand
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Genre-Based Pedagogies: A Social Response to Process.
Abstract Process theories have been extremely influential in the evolution of L2 writing instruction. Responding to purely formal views of writing, proponents borrowed the techniques and theories ofExpand
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Genre and second language writing
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The last 20 years have seen increasing interest in the idea of genre and how it can be applied in second language writing classrooms. Expand
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Metadiscourse in academic writing: A reappraisal
Metadiscourse is self-reflective linguistic material referring to the evolving text and to the writer and imagined reader of that text. It is based on a view of writing as social engagement and inExpand
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