From a viewpoint of seeking ways to assist International students to attain their academic potential, the English usage of a group of first year students was examined and parallels found with academic performance. The implications for universities and teachers are discussed and possible teaching strategies proposed. It is acknowledged that the data did not permit a causal relationship to be concluded.
|Title of host publication||Celebrating teaching at Macquarie|
|Place of Publication||North Ryde, NSW|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|
|Event||Celebrating Teaching at Macquarie - Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia|
Duration: 28 Nov 2002 → 29 Nov 2002
|Conference||Celebrating Teaching at Macquarie|
|City||Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia|
|Period||28/11/02 → 29/11/02|
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- English language proficiency
- student learning