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Shona Whyte
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Update on replication study following 14 October meeting: 9 colleagues ready to start on empirical study of formulaic sequences in EAP
https://docs.google.com/document/d/12h8ykRXn9cFUW-N8WUrKX1shBEuifo74MouMlcNfw6M/edit#

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Welcome back for the new academic year - hope everyone is back and ready to get going again :)

I've just been reporting back to the GERAS officials about our DidASP SIG activities this year, including
- participation in the annual conference at Paris 8 (http://www.geras2016.univ-paris8.fr/spip.php?rubrique379)
- a seminar in 3 sessions (13 talks) at ESSE 2016 in Galway (http://www.esse2016.org/seminars.html)

Next up: our replication study project for the new academic year.

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Hello everyone,

Still looking to see whether people are planning to participate in our replication study.  +Noella Gaigeot and +Dana Léon-Henri expressed interest, also +Catherine Colin +Jodi Wainwright 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4duXg0pzGPIRUdORU1yeVpEZ0k

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English for Diplomatic Purposes.  There was a presentation on this topic at GERAS 2016

Jessica Stark - « Élaboration du cadre théorique en première année de thèse et description d’un nouveau domaine spécialisé : le cas de l’anglais de la diplomatie »

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Request access to this file to join our collaborative replication of Lindstromberg, S., Eyckmans, J., & Connabeer, R. (2016). A modified dictogloss for helping learners remember L2 academic English formulaic sequences for use in later writing. English for Specific Purposes, 41, 12-21.

It's based on the dictogloss teaching activity (http://wp.me/p28EmH-ck)

Read some papers here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B4duXg0pzGPIRUdORU1yeVpEZ0k

Give details about your learners here
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pxbNZx56CudQOCbHf7Op8IDQhhARp984YsJ5U3CkGe8/edit#gid=0

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Four chapters from recent books, including one on EAP

"Our third chapter is from another new and key handbook, The Routledge Handbook of English for Academic Purposes edited by Ken Hyland and Philip Shaw This is an accessible, authoritative and comprehensive introduction to English for Academic Purposes which covers the main theories,concepts,contexts and applications of this fast growing area of applied linguistics."
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