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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32166

Title: Building Models of Second-Language Writing Instruction and Achievement
Authors: Cumming, Alister
Riazi, A.Mehdi
Keywords: writing
second languages
explanatory models
Issue Date: Feb-2000
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Cumming, A., & Riazi, A. M. (2000). Building models of second-language writing instruction and achievement. Learning and Instruction, 10(3), 55-71.
Abstract: This paper first reviews recent attempts to describe formal models of second-language writing; we then identify three major issues in need of clarification to advance model-building in this domain. We discuss these issues in respect to findings from a preliminary attempt to develop a process-product model of ESL writing instruction based on analyses of antecedent, process and outcome variables for 108 ESL learners from diverse cultural backgrounds in 6-week intensive courses at a Canadian university. Findings from multivariate, regression, correlation and exploratory factor analyses indicated that the tentative model had little explanatory power overall but pointed toward interesting interactions in achievement for (a) different aspects of L2 writing among (b) learners at different levels of L2 proficiency and with (c) differing orientations to learning L2 writing.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32166
ISSN: 0959-4752
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