List of papers and software demonstrations


International Symposium on Computer Learner Corpora, Second Language Acquisition and Foreign Language Teaching


The Chinese University of Hong Kong

14-16 December, 1998



1. Papers

Aijmer Karin (Göteborg University, Sweden)

Modality in Swedish Learners' Written Interlanguage


Allan Quentin Grant (The University of Hong Kong)

The TELEC Student Corpus: a resource for teacher development


Altenberg Bengt (University of Lund, Sweden)

Advanced Swedish learners' use of causative MAKE. A contrastive background study


Asao Kojiro (Tokai University, Japan)

Corpus of English by Japanese Learners


Blagoeva Roumyana (Sofia University, Bulgaria)

Comparing Grammatical Categories: Evidentials


Bowker Lynne (Dublin City University, Ireland)

Translators as Specialized Language Learners: Can Electronic Corpora Help?


Chang Hsun-huei Claire (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)

Application of CLC-based studies and its implication: A case study on interpretation strategies for novice Mandarin-English interpreters


Chen Hao-Jan Howard (National Taiwan Ocean University)

Underuse, Overuse, and Misuse in Taiwanese EFL Learner Corpus


Connor Ulla and Precht Kristen (Indiana University, USA)

Business English: Learner data from Belgium and the U.S.


Farmer Richard and Mead Kate (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

The Language of Citations: An Analysis via Computer Learner Corpora


Flowerdew Lynne (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Application of Learner Corpus Based Findings and Methods to Pedagogy


Granger Sylviane (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

A bird's eye view of computer learner corpus research


Hadley Gregory (Nagaoka National College of Technology, Japan)

Getting the right tools for the job: creating corpora for language learning


Hasselgren Angela (University of Bergen, Norway)

The Contribution of CLC to a more valid means of assessing learner fluency


He Anping (South China Normal University)

A Corpus-based Analysis of Chinese Middle-school-students' English Spelling Errors


Jor George (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Web archives and search engines for ESL teachers and learners: Why? What? How? and Why Not?


Kaneko Tomoko (Showa's Woman's University, Japan)

Non-Native Teachers' Language in English Classrooms


Kecskes Istvan (University of Montana, USA)

A Computer-Database Method to Develop the Conceptual Base of LEP (Limited English Proficiency) Students


Lam Paul and Hung Joseph (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

The use of multi-word verbs in advanced Chinese ESL learners


Liaw Meei-ling (Tunghai University, Taiwan)

Internet Activities as task-based communicative EFL learning experience


Ma David (City University of Hong Kong)

The Pedagogical Implication of a Learner Corpus


Mark Kevin (Meiji University, Japan)

A Parallel Learner Corpus Approach to English Curriculum Development at a Japanese University


Meunier Fanny (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

Computer corpus linguistics and learner corpora: a link between SLA theory and practice


Romero-Trillo Jesus and Ana Llinares-Garcia (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain)

The role of corpus studies in the modelling of pragmatic competence


Sato Koichi (Takachiho University, Japan), Alex Chengyu Fang (University College London, UK)

A Corpus-Based Study of the Grammar and Lexis of Japanese Learners' English


Seidlhofer Barbara (University of Vienna, Austria)

Intertextuality and interlanguage: using learner corpora 'reflexively'


Smits Aletta (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Complex beginnings in interlanguage


Spence Robert (University of Saarbrücken, Germany)

A Corpus of Student L1-L2 Translations


Tono Yukio (Lancaster University, UK), Megumi Aoki (Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan)

Developing the Optimal Learning List of Irregular Verbs Based on the Native and Learner Corpora


Virtanen Tuija (Vaxjo University College, Sweden)

Argumentative Uses of the Progressive in the NS and NNS Student Compositions: Notes on Clause Status and Grounding.


Yang Dafu (South China University of Technology)

A quantitative approach to the IL errors in Chinese EFL learners' written productions


Yang Huizhong (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

Tagging and Analysis of Chinese Learner English Corpus


2. Software demonstrations

Granger Sylviane and Meunier Fanny (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

The Louvain Error Editor


Milton John (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Enabling learners to navigate lexical universes


Monnink Inge de (University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands)

The TOSCA-ICLE tagging


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