Nasr’s development as a writer in his second language

@inproceedings{Elliott1986NasrsDA,
  title={Nasr’s development as a writer in his second language},
  author={Marietta Elliott},
  year={1986}
}
During the first 6 months of the school year of 1985, at Brunswick Language Centre, I observed Nasr as he was learning to write in his second language. The most significant change which occurred is that Nasr gained an appreciation of the way in which English written anguage is different from spoken language. That is, rather than merely recording his spoken language, Nasr became a writer in English. The changes manifested themselves not only in the product, namely the texts themselves, but also… CONTINUE READING