Applications and Limitations of the Patent System: Proceedings of a Conference
A comprehensive reference text that examines how the three aspects of language (genre, text and grammar) can be used as resources in teaching and assessing writing. It provides an accessible account of current theories of language and language learning, together with practical ideas for teaching and assessing.
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The current state of play
The defects and limitations of the present system
The engineering viewpoint
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