Reading Time: 5 minutesThis research looks at the differences between faculty and student perceptions of academic life, pointing to a number of linguistic, cultural, and academic factors that make the international student experience both a challenge and worthwhile.
Reading Time: 4 minutesFreedman describes how she uses close reading strategies in multilingual higher education classes, relying heavily on modeling, paraphrase, thinking aloud, and questioning.
Reading Time: 4 minutesThis article looks at an approach to providing feedback on students’ written work that is more valuable, can help enhance learner autonomy, and potentially save teachers time and frustration.
Reading Time: 5 minutesThis study examines the rhetorical moves frequently found in different phases of EAP lessons and the particular language features common in each phase. The insight from this study may enable teachers to create more accessible and easily navigable lessons.
Reading Time: 3 minutesTribble uses corpus data to argue that the native/non-native speaker dichotomy (and English as a Linga Franca assumptions) does not play a role in academic writing.
Reading Time: 2 minutesPark notes that extensive reading may have a positive effect on EAP writing.
Reading Time: 3 minutesThis study investigated the multifaceted options for giving feedback which are afforded by EAP students submitting their work through the Turnitin platform.