Coherence part 3: what did the students tell us?

Neil Allison presents part 3 of his 3 part investigation to uncover more about the problems of poor coherence in student writing, particularly East Asian writers. This post summarises the experiments/tasks he used in class and the observations and implications for student awareness of and improvement in writing coherent texts.  

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EAS Disciplinary Identity at the Interface between Theory and Practice

Olga Campbell-Thomson follows up on her earlier blog post about specific activities undertaken in the Speaking in Arts and Humanities course by providing a wider background discussion of the construction of disciplinary identity which draws on the work of Michel Foucault.

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