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|Other Titles:||Multi-Semiotic Representations of EFL Writing: A Case Study of Young Writers in Taiwan|
Department of English, NTNU
This study applies a multi-semiotic perspective to investigation of EFL writing as represented by Taiwanese children. The study intends to understand the multimodal nature of EFL writing. This case study draws its data from students in grade one (age 7) to grade six (age 12). Students were required to write in English and to “teach” writing in order to reveal how they represent English writing. The study found that young writers use various semiotic resources to represent English, including shapes, both natural and geometric. This study provides an alternative to currently dominant single-modal (language only) perceptions of writing.
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