In recent years, corpora have found their way into language instruction, albeit often indirectly, through their role in syllabus and course design and in the production of teaching materials and other resources. An alternative and more innovative use is for teachers and students alike to explore corpus data directly as part of the learning process. This volume addresses this latter application of corpora by providing research insights firmly based in the classroom context and reporting on several state-of-the-art projects around the world where learners have direct access to corpus resources and tools and utilize them to improve their control of the language systems and skills or their professional expertise as translators. Its aim is to present recent advances in data-driven learning, addressing issues involving different types of corpora, for different learner profiles, in different ways for different purposes, and using a variety of different research methodologies and perspectives.These tasks were presented on worksheets devised by the tutor, which gave a series of searches for investigating the topic studied; ... tutor to draw out the implications of some of the findings, to deal with problems and to highlight potentially interesting further investigations. ... 3.2 Corpus and worksheet data Data on the size of their corpora in number of words and number of files (RAs) was provided by 40anbsp;...
|Title||:||Multiple Affordances of Language Corpora for Data-driven Learning|
|Author||:||Agnieszka Leńko-Szymańska, Alex Boulton|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing Company - 2015-05-15|