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ENGL700 -- Fall 2003 rev Dec 1, 2003

Bibliography of Quantitative Research in Composition and TESOL Composition section prepared by Judy Bertonazzi, Stephen Swartz, Mary Verbout TESOL section prepared by Ikuko Fujiwara, Bangchoon Lee , Thomas McLaren . ENGL700 -- Fall 2003 rev Dec 1, 2003. Composition – 1960’s.

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  1. Bibliography of Quantitative Research in Composition and TESOLComposition section prepared by Judy Bertonazzi, Stephen Swartz, Mary VerboutTESOL section prepared by Ikuko Fujiwara, Bangchoon Lee, Thomas McLaren ENGL700 -- Fall 2003 rev Dec 1, 2003

  2. Composition – 1960’s • Braddock, R., Lloyd-Jones, R. and Schoer, L. (1963). Research in Written Composition. Urbana, Illinois. National Council of Teachers of English. (Judy) • Tate, G. and Corbett, E. P. J. (1967). Teaching Freshman Composition. New York: Oxford UP. (Mary)

  3. Composition – 1970’s • O’Hare, F. (1971). Sentence-Combining: Improving Student Writing without Formal Grammar Instruction. Urbana, Illinois. National Council of Teachers of English • Britton, J., Burgess, J., Martin, N., McLeod, A., and Rosen, H. (1975.) The Development of Writing Abilities (11-18). Urbana, IL: Schools Council Publications. (Mary)

  4. Composition – 1980’s (page 1 of 3) De Beaugrande, R. (1980). Text, discourse, and process: Toward a multidisciplinary science of texts. Vol. IV in the series Advances in Discourse Processes. Freedle, R. O. ed. Norwood, New Jersey. Gregg, L. W. & Steinberg, E. R. eds. (1980). Cognitive processes in writing. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (Mary) ABLEX Publishing Corp. Cooper, T. C. (1981). Sentence Combining: An Experiment in Teaching Writing. Modern Language Journal, 65, 158-165.

  5. Composition -- 1980’s (page 2 of 3) Fredericksen, C. H. and Dominic, J. F. (Eds.). (1981). Writing: Process, Development and Communication. Writing: The Nature, Development, and Teaching of Written Communication Ser. vol. 2. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc. Pub. (Steve) Daiker, D. A., Kerek, A., and Morenberg, M. (Eds.). (1985). Sentence Combining: A Rhetorical Perspective. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press. (Judy)

  6. Composition – 1980’s (page 3 of 3) Neville, D. D. and Searls, E. F. (1985). The Effect of Sentence-Combining and Kernel-Identification Training on the Syntactic Component of Reading Comprehension. Research in the Teaching of English, 19, 37-60. Hillocks G., Jr. (1986). Research on Written Composition. Urbana, IL: National Conference on Research in English. Phelps, L. W. (1988). Composition as a Human Science: Contributions to the Self-Understanding of a Discipline. New York, Oxford: Oxford UP.

  7. Composition – 1990’s (page 1 of 2) Russell, D. R. (1991). Writing in the Academic Disciplines, 1870-1990: A Curricular History. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP. Faigley, L. (1992). “The Changing Political Landscape of Composition Studies.” Fragments of Rationality: Postmodernity and the Subject of Composition. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh P. Adams, K. H. (1993). “Teaching Creative Writing.” A History of Professional Writing Instruction in American Colleges: Years of Acceptance, Growth, and Doubt. SMU Studies in Composition and Rhetoric Ser. Gen. Ed. Gary Tate. Dallas: Southern Methodist UP.

  8. Composition – 1990’s (page 2 of 2) Berlin, J. A. (1996). “Where do English Departments Really Come From?” Rhetorics, Poetics, and Cultures: Refiguring College English Studies. Refiguring English Studies Ser. Ser. Ed. Stephen M. North. Urbana, IL: NCTE. Myers, D. G. (1996). The Elephants Teach: Creative Writing Since 1880. Studies in Writing and Culture Ser. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Harris, J. (1997). A Teaching Subject: Composition Since 1966. Studies in Writing and Culture Ser. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. (Steve)

  9. TESOL – 1980’s Henning, G. (1986). Quantitative methods in language acquisition research. TESOL Quarterly, 20 (4), 701-708.

  10. TESOL – 1990’s (page 1 of 2) Brown, J., D. (1992). Statistics as a foreign language – part 2: more things to consider in reading statistical language studies. TESOL Quarterly, 26 (4), 629-64. Brown, J., D. (1990). The use of multiple “t” Tests in language research. TESOL Quarterly, 24 (4), 770-73. Crookes, G.(1991). Second language speech production research: a methodologically oriented review.Studies in second language acquisition.13(2),113-132. Hughes, R., McCarthy, M. (1998). From sentence to discourse: Discourse grammar and English language teaching. TESOL Quarterly 32 (2), 263-287.

  11. TESOL – 1990’s (page 2 of 2) Larsen-Freeman, D., & Long, M. (1991). An introduction to second language acquisition research. Harlow: Longman. Perfetti, C., A. (1998). The limits of co-occurrence: tools and theories in language research. Discourse processes 25 (2), 363-77. van Lier, L. (1994). Some Features of a Theory of Practice. TESOL journal 4 (1), 6-10.

  12. TESOL – 2000’s (page 1 of 2) Biber, D., Conrad S. (2001). Quantitaive corpus-based research: Much more than bean counting. TESOL Quarterly 35 (2), 331-340. Conrad, S. (2000). Will corpus linguistics revolutionize grammar teaching in the 21st century? TESOL Quarterly, 34, (3), 548–560. Coxhead, A. (2000). A new academic word list. TESOL Quarterly, 34 (2), 213–238. Dobly K. M., Reppen R. (2001, Autumn). TESOL Journal, 7-12.

  13. TESOL – 2000’s (page 2 of 2) Lazaraton, A. (2000). Current trends in research methodology and statistics in applied linguistics. TESOL Quarterly, 29(1), 175-181. Lazaraton, L., Riggenbach, H., & Ediger, A. (2000). Forming a Discipline: Applied Linguistics literacy in Research Methodology and statistics. TESOL Quarterly, 21 (2), 263-277. Yihong, G., Lichun, L., & Jun, L. (2001). Trends in research methods in applied linguistics: china and the west. English for Specific Purposes, 20 (1) 1-14.

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