Addressing the grammar needs of Chinese EAP students : an account of a CALL materials development project

@inproceedings{Chuang2005AddressingTG,
  title={Addressing the grammar needs of Chinese EAP students : an account of a CALL materials development project},
  author={Fei-Yu Chuang},
  year={2005}
}
This study investigated the grammar needs of Chinese EAP Foundation students and developed electronic self-access grammar materials for them. The research process consisted of three phases. In the first phase, a corpus linguistics based error analysis was conducted, in which 50 student essays were compiled and scrutinized for formal errors. A tagging system was specially devised and employed in the analysis. The EA results, together with an examination of Foundation tutors’ perceptions of error… CONTINUE READING

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