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Corpus Linguistics and Language Teaching Research: Bridging the Gap
Language Teaching Research (2004)
  • Casey Keck, Northern Arizona University
Abstract
Corpus linguistics, through the use of computer technology, allows researchers to analyse large collections of language data (corpora) much more quickly and systematica lly than was previously As a result, corpus-based findings have emerged that both enrich and challenge previous notions about language use. Since the early 1990s, researchers have become increasingly interested in applying the findings of corpus studie s to language teaching.
Publication Date
January, 2004
Citation Information
Casey Keck. "Corpus Linguistics and Language Teaching Research: Bridging the Gap" Language Teaching Research 8.1 (2004): 83-109.