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    Title: The topic sentence and contrastive rhetoric: pedagogical implications in EFL writing
    Authors: Lin, Chun-chung
    Contributors: 淡江大學英文學系
    Date: 1995
    Issue Date: 2012-12-03 21:38:39 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Taipei:Crane Publishing
    Abstract: This paper is an examination of the theory and practice of teaching the
    topic sentence in English as a foreign language at the college level in Taiwan
    with particular reference to contrastive rhetoric. The part about theory is a
    general review of the literature and its applicability in terms of pedagogy. The
    part about practice is devoted to an examination of EFL writing samples to ver·
    ify claims in contrastive rhetoric studies and what is to be adopted in teaching
    paragraph structure in classroom settings. Contrastive rhetoric and its differe nt
    implications are discussed so as to define its pedagogical applications in teaching
    EFL writing. Overall, pedagogy in EFL writing by teaching the topic sentence
    and better instruments and more clearly defined paradigms of L1 and L2 writing
    modes in contrastive rhetoric are recommended.
    Relation: 中華民國第九屆英語文教學研討會英語文教學論文集=Selected papers from the ninth conference on English teaching and learning in the Republic of China,頁240-253
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