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    1. 1. Stringing Students Along Neil McMahon, IHWO, IH Buenos Aires Teacher Training
    2. 2. Stringing Students Along
    3. 3. Stringing Students Along What is StringNet? An English lexico-grammatical knowledgebase consisting of multiword patterns of word behaviour
    4. 4. Stringing Students Along StringNet contains about two billion hybrid n-grams extracted from the British National Corpus (BNC)
    5. 5. Stringing Students Along What are Hybrid n-grams? The multiword patterns that we call hybrid n-grams are sequences of grams which may consist of…
    6. 6. Stringing Students Along (1) specific word forms (e.g., ‘trying’ but not ‘tried’ or ‘tries’ or ‘try’);
    7. 7. Stringing Students Along (2) lexemes (e.g., try, including its various forms— trying, tried, etc.);
    8. 8. Stringing Students Along or (3) parts of speech (POSs), marked off in brackets, including specific POSs such as [V-ing] or more general POSs such as [verb], which cover different more specific POSs such as [V-ing].
    9. 9. Stringing Students Along An example hybrid n-gram is: take the unprecedented step of [v-ing]
    10. 10. Stringing Students Along
    11. 11. Stringing Students Along
    12. 12. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on the [v-ing] reveals:
    13. 13. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on unprecedented reveals: In the classroom? Stringnet substitution drills…
    14. 14. Stringing Students Along
    15. 15. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on Examples: In the classroom? Note their fave example in context Guess the texts Read and remember
    16. 16. Stringing Students Along Each of the 2 billion patterns in StringNet is indexed (linked) to other related patterns by four basic types of relations. 1.Parents: more abstract versions of itself 2.Children: more specific versions of itself 3.Expand: to longer versions of itself 4.Contract: to shorter versions of itself
    17. 17. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on Parent:
    18. 18. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on Child:
    19. 19. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on Expand:
    20. 20. Stringing Students Along take the unprecedented step of [v-ing] Clicking on Contract:
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    22. 22. Stringing Students Along
    23. 23. Stringing Students Along In the classroom? There’s a better word for… Productive feedback
    24. 24. Stringing Students Along In the classroom? Transformations support Noticing in reading Pre-teach vocab Family fortunes Collocation games ?…?
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    28. 28. Stringing Students Along Neil McMahon, IHWO, IH Buenos Aires Teacher Training

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