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LINGUIST List 18.2547

Thu Aug 30 2007

Qs: Reading/Writing in Online EAP Programs

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        1.    Fabiana MacMillan, Reading/Writing in Online EAP Programs

Message 1: Reading/Writing in Online EAP Programs
Date: 29-Aug-2007
From: Fabiana MacMillan <fabianamcanadianlineworks.ca>
Subject: Reading/Writing in Online EAP Programs
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Dear Colleagues,

I am currently working on a project in which I propose interactive tasks
for the development of academic reading and writing skills in
electronically delivered English for Academic Purposes programs.

I am looking for references of studies involving the evolution of different
approaches to the teaching of reading and writing in online EAP programs.
All studies I have found so far are concerned with online teaching in
general, not online language teaching.

I would appreciate any information you can provide me with.

Thank you,
Fabiana MacMillan, PhD
Research Assistant
Graduate Division of Educational Research
University of Calgary

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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