Ute Knoch

List of John Benjamins publications for which Ute Knoch plays a role.

Book series


Subjects Applied linguistics | Corpus linguistics | Discourse studies | Language acquisition | Language policy | Language teaching | Multilingualism | Pragmatics | Translation Studies | Writing and literacy


Storch, Neomy and Ute Knoch 2023 Chapter 10. Assessing collaborative writing: Current challenges and future possibilitiesL2 Collaborative Writing in Diverse Learning Contexts, Li, Mimi and Meixiu Zhang (eds.), pp. 229–247 | Chapter
Over the past two decades, we have witnessed the widespread use of collaborative writing tasks in second language classes driven in part by advances in technology. These advances have led to noticeable changes in the design and implementation of these tasks as well as their inclusion in assessed… read more
Macqueen, Susy and Ute Knoch 2020 Chapter 4. Adaptive imitation: Formulaicity and the words of others in L2 English academic writingComplex Dynamic Systems Theory and L2 Writing Development, Fogal, Gary G. and Marjolijn H. Verspoor (eds.), pp. 81–108 | Chapter
This chapter explores how L2 academic writers imitate adaptively as they manage the need to communicate academic content using language that aligns with the predictable patterns of the discourse community. Evidence from two studies of L2 writing is combined to explore how writers work with a… read more
Elder, Catherine, Hyejeong Kim and Ute Knoch 2012 Documenting the diversity of learner achievements in Asian languages using common measuresDescribing School Achievement in Asian Languages for Diverse Learner Groups, Scarino, Angela and Catherine Elder (eds.), pp. 251–270 | Article
While there have been a number of studies exploring the impact of time-on-task and language background on language achievement for both English and other languages, the Student Achievement in Asian Languages Education (SAALE) project constitutes the first systematic attempt to gather empirical… read more
As a result of investigations showing that communication problems can be a significant contributing factor to major aviation accidents, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has established a set of Language Proficiency Requirements. All pilots and air traffic controllers engaged in… read more
This article reports on a study which investigated the language lives of Afrikaans-speaking South African immigrants in New Zealand. Particularly, it focuses on their awareness of and attitudes to language policy in both South Africa and New Zealand, and how these influence their own and their… read more