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A Method to Assist Graduate Students’ Academic Discourse Socialization.
Author: Cheryl Wei-yu Chen
National Taipei College of Business, Taiwan
From: Asian ESP Journal
asian-esp-journal.com/August-2011-cyc.php

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Situated in a graduate-level course in Taiwan, this case study investigates how the experience of evaluating their OAPs based on Morita’s (2000) framework contributes to students’ learning of the academic discourse. Their written evaluation revealed that students mainly perceived presentations as transmission of ideas and they felt much uncertainty and pressure as they entered into the academic community. Meanwhile, writing the evaluation compelled students to examine their OAPs in a detailed manner, and they were able to identify numerous areas for improvement for their future OAPs. This paper concludes by calling more research on academic discourse socialization.

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Cheryl Wei-yu Chen currently teaches at the Department of Applied Foreign Languages, National Taipei College of Business, Taiwan. Her research interests are language teacher development and English for Academic Purposes.
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