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Nigel Harwood
University of Sheffield
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#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 17
#2Bojana Petric (Birkbeck, University of London)H-Index: 9
ABSTRACTDrawing on supervisor and supervisee interviews, analysis of supervisor feedback on the supervisee’s draft chapters, and departmental supervisory guidelines, this study focuses on the roles...
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#1Baraa Khuder (Birkbeck, University of London)
#2Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 17
This mixed-methods study investigates writers’ task representation and the factors affecting it in test-like and non-test-like conditions. Five advanced-level L2 writers wrote two argumentative ess...
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#1Ifigeneia Machili (UoM: University of Macedonia)
#2Jo Angouri (Warw.: University of Warwick)H-Index: 13
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The ability to copy in relevant stakeholders has rendered the business email a useful tool for managing interpersonal relations and operational matters. However, CCing in business email has remaine...
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#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 17
L2 student writers in UK universities often seek the services of a ‘proofreader’ before submitting work for assessment, and the proliferation of freelance proofreaders and online proofreading agencies has led to debates about the ethics of the proofreading of student writing in publications such as Times Higher Education. This study investigates the kinds of ethical issues that confront proofreaders and how they deal with them. Nine UK university proofreaders proofread the same poor-quality L2 a...
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#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 17
#2Bojana Petric (Birkbeck, University of London)H-Index: 9
Drawing on a longitudinal case study of supervisees’ and supervisors’ experiences of master’s dissertation supervision in a UK university, we identify prominent themes emerging and use excerpts from our data to design pedagogic activities for teaching and learning staff to use in workshops with staff and students focused on supervisory practice. The activities ask discussants to consider experiential supervisory narratives involving students’ social networks, problems interpreting supervisors’ f...
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#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 17
There has been much interest recently in researching the changes editors, supervisors, and other language brokers make to the writing of L2 researchers who are attempting to publish in English. However, studies focused on the presubmission proofreading of students’ university essays are rarer. In this study of student proofreading, 14 UK university proofreaders all proofread the same authentic, low-quality master’s essay written by an L2 speaker of English to enable a comparison of interventions...
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#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 17
Although there is an ever-growing volume of research focused on TESOL textbooks (or coursebooks, as they are sometimes known), I argue that the TESOL research community should pay more attention to textbook research in mainstream education, that is, to the work of those scholars who focus on L1 rather than L2 education, given that there is a rich, methodologically sound tradition of L1 textbook research from which we can usefully learn lessons. I support this argument by describing in detail thr...
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