Introduction - Louise Ravelli and Rob Ellis; 1. Patterns of Engagement: Dialogic Features and L2 Undergraduate Writing - Ken Hyland; 2. Managing Attitude in Undergraduate Academic Writing: A Focus on the Introductions to Research Reports - Susan Hood; 3. Scholar or Consultant? Author-roles of Student Writers in German Business Writing - Helmut Gruber; 4. Word Power: Negotiating Success in First-Year Sociology Essay - Sue Starfield; 5. Signalling the Organisation of Written Texts: Hyper-Themes in Management and History Essays - Louise Ravelli; 6. Developing Discipline-Specific Writing: An Analysis of Undergraduate Geography Essays - Ann Hewings; 7. IELTS as Preparation for Tertiary Writing: Distinctive Interpersonal and Textual Strategies - Caroline Coffin and Ann Hewings; 8. Problems with the Metaphorical Reconstrual of Meaning in Chinese EFL Learners' Expositions - Chen Youping; 9. Technical Writing in a Second Language: The Role of Grammatical Metaphor - Mary Schleppergrell; 10. The Exegesis as a Genre: An Ethnographic Examination - Brian Paltridge; 11. Supporting Genre-Based Literacy Pedagogy with Technology: The Implications for the Framing and Classification of the Pedagogy - Robert Ellis; 12. Teaching Academic Writing On-Screen: A Seach for Best Practice - Helen Drury; 13. Learning to Write in the Disciplines: The Application of Systemic Functional Linguistic Theory to the Teaching and Research of Student Writing - Janet Jones.
Louise Ravelli is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, University of New South Wales. Robert Ellis teaches at the Insititute for Teaching and Learning, University of Sydney.