Learning to Avoid Plagiarism: Narratives of three International Students from Language Backgrounds other than English

By Meeta Chatterjee.

Published by The Learner Collection

Format Price
Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

The paper reports on a qualitative study undertaken to investigate how three international students from (LBOTE) acquire the skill of integrating academic reading in their academic writing without plagiarising.

Keywords: Plagiarism, Academic Literacies in Higher Education, English for Academic Purposes, Academic Writing in a Second Language

The International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 10, pp.87-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 852.106KB).

Ms Meeta Chatterjee

Meeta trained as an EFL/ESL teacher. In a career spanning more than twenty years she has taught English language and literacy in India, the Middle East, Australia and briefly in China. She has designed and delivered courses in English For Academic Purposes and English language and academic literacy courses for a range of subjects in different disciplines.She is currently working on her doctoral thesis on 'Integrating Academic Reading and Writing: Learning experiences of international (NESB)students'. The present paper is part of her larger thesis. Her areas of interest include: Academic and critical literacy; Discourse Analysis; English language teaching and learning, English For Academic Purposes; English For Specific Purposes; Applied Linguistics; postcolonial theories and literatures; theories of humour; poetry and Indian Literature.

Reviews:

There are currently no reviews of this product.

Write a Review