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    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ir.lib.ksu.edu.tw/handle/987654321/12216

    Title: A Study of EFL Learners’ Writing Errors and Instructional Strategies
    Authors: 譚惠綿;Hui-mien Tan
    Contributors: Center for General Education, Kun Shan University
    Keywords: error analysis
    writing difficulties
    instructional strategies
    Date: 2007-07
    Issue Date: 2010-12-03 16:47:56 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 崑山科技大學
    Abstract: Good English writing competence is widely recognized as an important skill for
    educational, business and personal reasons. English writing instruction is thus assuming an
    increasing role in foreign language education. The present study seeks to explore EFL
    learners’ major writing difficulties by analyzing the nature and distribution of their writing
    errors. The participants were 95 second year non-English majors of Kun Shan University. The
    error analysis revealed that the top four most commonly made errors were word choice, verb
    form, missing subject and verb tense. The major causes of these errors were attributable to
    limited vocabulary size, poor grammar knowledge and interference from first language. Six
    appropriate instructional strategies were suggested so that teachers can adopt a more effective
    approach to enhance students’ writing proficiency.
    Relation: 崑山科技大學學報第四期 第113~122 頁(民國96 年7 月)
    Appears in Collections:[崑山科技大學學報] 第4期

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