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Number of items: 15.

2012

Coffin, Caroline; Hewings, Ann and North, Sarah (2012). Arguing as an academic purpose: The role of asynchronous conferencing in supporting argumentative dialogue in school and university. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 11(1) pp. 38–51. file

2009

Hewings, A.; Coffin, C. and North, S.P. (2009). E-conferencing: Corpus and Discourse Insights. In: Charles, M.; Pecorari, D. and Hunston, S. eds. Academic Writing: At the Interface of Corpus and Discourse. London: Continuum, pp. 129–151. file

Coffin, Caroline; Donohue, James and North, Sarah (2009). Exploring Grammar: From Formal to Functional. Routledge.

Coffin, C.; North, S. and Martin, D. (2009). Exchanging and countering points of view: a linguistic perspective on school students' use of electronic conferencing. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 25(1) pp. 85–98. file

Cook, Guy and North, Sarah eds. (2009). Applied Linguistics in Action: A reader. London: Routledge.

2008

North, Sarah; Coffin, Caroline and Hewings, Ann (2008). Using exchange structure analysis to explore argument in text-based computer conferences. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 31(3) 257 -276. file

2007

North, S. (2007). 'The Voices, the voices': creativity in online conversation. Applied Linguistics, 28(4) pp. 491–496.

Mayor, Barbara; Hewings, Ann; North, Sarah; Swann, Joan and Coffin, Caroline (2007). A Linguistic analysis of Chinese and Greek L1 scripts for IELTS Academic Writing Task 2. In: Taylor, Linda and Falvey, Peter eds. IELTS Collected Papers: Research in speaking and writing assessment. Studies in language testing (19). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 250–315.

Hewings, Ann; Coffin, Caroline and North, Sarah (2007). Supporting undergraduate students’ acquisition of academic argumentation strategies through computer conferencing. Higher Education Academy, UK. file

Martin, Dave; Coffin, Caroline and North, Sarah (2007). What’s your claim? Developing pupils’ historical argument skills using asynchronous text based computer conferencing. Teaching History, 2007(126) 32 -37.

2006

Hewings, Ann and North, Sarah (2006). Emergent disciplinary: a comparative study of theme in undergraduate essays in geography and history of science. In: Whittaker, Rachel; McCabe, Anne and O'Donnell, Mick eds. Language and Literacy: Functional Approaches. London, UK: Continuum, pp. 266–281.

Hewings, Ann and North, Sarah (2006). The use of theme as a textual organiser in undergraduate essays. In: Whittaker, Rachel; O'Donnell, Mick and McCabe, Anne eds. Language and Literacy: Functional Approaches. London, UK: Continuum International Publishing Group, pp. 257–274. file

Lillis, Theresa and North, Sarah (2006). Academic writing. In: Potter, Stephen ed. Doing postgraduate research (2nd ed). Open University series. London: Sage, pp. 114–151.

2005

North, Sarah (2005). Different values, different skills? A comparison of essay writing by students from arts and science backgrounds. Studies in Higher Education, 30(5) pp. 517–533.

North, Sarah (2005). Disciplinary variation in the use of theme in undergraduate essays. Applied Linguistics, 26(3) pp. 431–452. file

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