Vol 10, No 1 (2016)

Special Issue: Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Conference of the Association for Academic Language and Learning

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue PDF
Alisa Percy, Joanne Dearlove E1-E3

Research Articles

International student transitioning experiences: Student voice PDF
Sally Ann Ashton-Hay A1-A19
“Your brain just freaks out!” – Understanding VET articulants’ transition experience using Bourdieu’s notions of habitus and field PDF
Pamela Delly A20-A34
Student-facilitated transition: Fostering empowered collectives PDF
Clare Power, Evelyn Hibbert A35-A47
The ‘training wheels’ of academic essay writing: Considered, coordinated and collaborative use of writing models for commencing HE students PDF
John Hamilton A48-A56
Failing quantitative literacy: But who is failing? Students or universities? PDF
Jennifer Boreland A57-A68
The role and positioning of numeracy in Australian universities – does it matter? PDF
Lesley Wilkins A69-A86
Looking for the invisible: The case of EALD Indigenous students in higher education PDF
Ganesh Koramannil A87-A100
Modelling interdisciplinary collaboration to build cultural competence and academic literacy PDF
Arlene Harvey, Gabrielle Russell-Mundine, Eliot Hoving A101-A117
“It’s not my job to teach writing”: Activity theory analysis of [invisible] writing practices in the engineering curriculum practices in the engineering curriculum PDF
Rosalie Goldsmith, Keith Willey A118-A129
Connecting emerging perspectives on learning and complementary perspectives on language PDF
Steve Johnson A130-A140
Academic Language Feedback toolkit: Making progress with post-entry language skills development PDF
Anna Podorova A141-A154
The critical nexus: Linked practices in reading, thinking and writing to develop discourse competency PDF
Karen Orr Vered A155-A168
Straddling two worlds: How academic literacy can inform discipline-specific teaching PDF
Joanne Yoo A169-A178
Grademark: Friend or foe of academic literacy? PDF
Caroline Henderson-Brooks A179-A190
Purpose, Meaning and Alignment: Dual frameworks to scaffold understanding and design of assessment to enhance the student and teacher experience PDF
Amanda Janssen, Roslyn Rowen A191-A205
Bridge over troubled water: A literacy approach to using Turnitin PDF
Vivien Silvey, Tess Snowball, Thuy Do A206-A222
You want me to check your grammar again? The usefulness of an online grammar checker as perceived by students PDF
Michelle Rose Cavaleri, Saib Dianati A223-A236

ISSN: 1835-5196