Purdue University
September 25-26, 1998

Tony Silva, Purdue University
Paul Kei Matsuda, Purdue University

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Presentation Titles

Friday, September 25, 1998

Keynote I

Alister Cumming: "The Difficulty of Evaluating Standards in L2 Writing"
Barbara Kroll: "Happenstances, Opportunitiend Choices: The Making of a Caree"

Focus on Theory

Diane Belcher: "Does L2 Writing Theory Have Gender?"
William Grabe: "Exploring Issues in Writing Theory: One L2 Perspective"

Focus on Research

Lynn Goldstein: "For Kyla: What Does the Research Say about Responding to ESL Writers"
Charlene Polio: "Examining the written product in L2 writing research: A taxonomy of measures and analyses"

Focus on Instruction

Joy Reid: "Sequencing Writing Assignments"
Trudy Smoke: "In the Classroom and Beyond: Strategies for Making ESL Students and ESL Programs Integral to the University"

Saturday, September 26, 1998

Keynote II

Pat Currie: "Our Learners and What They're Telling Us"
Ilona Leki: "Hearing Voices: L2 Students' Experiences in L2 Writing Classes"

Focus on Assessment

Ulla Connor: "Cross-Linguistic Issues in Testing EFL Writing: Evidence from Learner Corpora"
Liz Hamp-Lyons: "Forth Generation Writing Assessment"

Focus on Politics

Terry Santos: "The Place of Politics in Second Language Writing"
Sarah Benesch: "The Politics of Addressing Politics"

Focus on Articulation

Joan Carson: "L2 Writing and Second Language Acquisition"
Carol Severino: "Dangerous Liaisons: Problems of Representation and Articulation"


Tony Silva
Paul Kei Matsuda


Journal of Second Language Writing
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