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Gray, K.; Ansell, M.; Cardew, S. and Leedham, M. eds. (2001). The Japanese Learner: Context, Culture and Classroom Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Department for Continuing Education.

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Leedham, Maria (2015). Learning from lecturers: What disciplinary practice can teach us about ‘good’ student writing. In: Lillis, Theresa; Harrington, Kathy; Lea, Mary and Mitchell, Sally eds. Working with Academic Literacies: Case Studies Towards Transformative Practice. Perspectives on writing. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, pp. 163–174.

Leedham, Maria (2012). Writing in tables and lists: a study of Chinese students’ undergraduate assignments in UK universities. In: Tang, Ramona ed. Academic Writing in a Second or Foreign Language: Issues and Challenges Facing ESL / EFL Academic Writers in Higher Education Contexts. London: Continuum, pp. 146–166.

Leedham, Maria (2005). Exam-orientated tasks: transcripts, turn-taking and backchannelling. In: Willis, Jane and Edwards, Corony eds. Teachers Exploring Tasks. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 93–102.

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Nesi, H.; Gardner, S.; Forsyth, R.; Hindle, D.; Wickens, P.; Ebeling, S.; Leedham, M.; Thompson, P. and Heuboeck, A. (2005). Towards the compilation of a corpus of assessed student writing: An account of work in process. Proceedings from the Corpus Linguistics Conference Series, 1(1)

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Lillis, Theresa; Leedham, Maria and Twiner, Alison (2017). Writing in contemporary social work: texts, technologies and trajectories. In: BAAL2017: British Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, 31 Aug - 02 Sep 2017, University of Leeds, UK.

Lillis, T.; Leedham, M.; Twiner, A.; Moore, J. and Whitehead, M. (2016). ‘If it’s not written down it didn’t happen’: Social worker perspectives on contemporary writing and recording demands. In: Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference (JSWEC) 2016, 15 Jul 2016, Milton Keynes.

Leedham, Maria (2014). ‘Enjoyable’, ‘okay’, or ‘like drawing teeth’? Chinese and British students’ views on writing assignments in UK Universities. In: Writing Development in Higher Education: Future Directions in Academic Writing (WDHE 2014), 9-11 Jul 2014, Coventry.

Fernandez-Parra, Maria and Leedham, Maria (2013). Writing in engineering: pronoun usage in written assignments by Chinese, British and Greek students. In: 46th Annual Meeting of BAAL: Opening New Lines of Communication in Applied Linguistics, 5-7 Sep 2013, Edinburgh.

Leedham, Maria (2013). Tutor perspectives on the use of visuals in undergraduate assignments. In: 46th Annual Meeting of BAAL: Opening New Lines of Communication in Applied Linguistics, 5-7 Sep 2013, Edinburgh.

Leedham, Maria (2012). Embracing different semiotic modes in undergraduate assignments. In: British Association of Applied Linguists (BAAL), 6-8 Sep 2012, Southampton University.

Leedham, Maria (2012). Embracing different semiotic modes in undergraduate assignments. In: Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE), 2-4 Jul 2012, Liverpool University.

Leedham, Maria (2011). Writing in tables and lists: exploring multimodal undergraduate writing through keyword searches. In: ICAME 32 Oslo 2011: Trends and Traditions in English Corpus Linguistics: In Honour of Stig Johansson, 1-5 Jun 2011, Oslo, Norway.

Erling, Elizabeth; Leedham, Maria and Adinolfi, Lina (2010). Combining methods to analyse the relationship between language and attainment among Open University students. In: Ethnographies of Academic Writing in a Global Context: the Politics of Style, 16 Jul 2010, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Leedham, Maria (2008). Searching corpora of Chinese and British writers for lexicalised language. In: Crossculturality: English Studies and World Literature in China, 24-25 Apr 2008, Beijing University, China.

Leedham, Maria (2008). Searching corpora of Chinese and British writers for lexicalised language. In: Chinese Postgraduate Network, 15-16 Mar 2008, Oxford.

Leedham, Maria (2008). From traditional essay to "Ready Steady Cook" presentation: Reasons for innovative changes in Higher Education assignments. In: WDHE (Writing Development in Higher Education) Conference, 25-27 Jun 2008, Strathclyde University.

Ebeling, Signe and Leedham, Maria (2006). What can the BAWE Corpus tell us about student development? In: Writing Development in Higher Education (WDHE) Conference, 11-12 May 2006, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

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