The conclusions from the current study were as follows: (a) Reference, conjunction, and lexical tie subdomain use was frequent across the three grade levels with reference pronominal ties and lexical repetition used the most to maintain cohesion, and substitution, ellipsis ties, and exophoric references used the least to maintain cohesion; and (b) the participants' unresolved cohesive ties could be attributed to differences between the way in which cohesion is expressed in Spanish and English.Table 4: Mean, Standard Deviation, and Range: Writing Prompts and Grade Levels Differences Across the Three Grade Levels for Averaged Cohesion Variables. Variables Means (S.D.) Means (S.D.) Range Total Number per 100 Wordsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cohesion in Young Latino English-language Learners' English Narrative Written Text|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|