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Friday, November 15 • 11:30 - 12:00
Longitudinal assessment of second language writing in higher education: The roles of language and cognition

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This study examines adult L2 writing ability over time in relation to language and cognitive resources in higher education. Findings indicate greater L2-related knowledge is important in producing a higher quality of L2 writing, while working memory capacity is important in having greater gains in L2 writing scores over time.

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Minkyung Kim

Nagoya University of Commerce and Business
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Scott Crossley

Associate Professor, Georgia State University
Dr. Scott Crossley is an Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at Georgia State University. Professor Crossley’s primary research focus is on natural language processing and the application of computational tools and machine learning algorithms in language learning, writing... Read More →


Friday November 15, 2019 11:30 - 12:00
Graham (30 pax)

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