Corpus Community Reports

Language educators describe their corpus projects or studies and some relate their experiences compiling and analyzing corpora and learner language.

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  • No. 1: Working with a Spoken Burmese Corpus
    by San San Hnin Tun, Cornell University (2007)

  • No. 2: Discourse Markers in Turkish and English: A comparative study
    by Nurdan Gürbüz, Middle East Technical University, Turkey (2008)

  • No. 3: Thai Pop Music: A Specialized Corpus for the Language Classroom
    by Teddy Bofman and Paul Prez, Northern Illinois University (2009)

  • No. 4: Using a Corpus Effectively in a Spanish Grammar Course
    by Carlos Benavides, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (2013)

  • No. 5: Parallel Corpora in Pedagogy: Using Parallel Corpora in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language
    by Brody Bluemel, The Pennsylvania State University (2013)

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