In this book, the authors analyze and compare the ways in which
fluency, accuracy and grammatical complexity have been measured in
studies of language development in second language writing. More
than 100 developmental measures are examined, with detailed
comparisons of the results across the studies that have used each
measure. The authors discuss the theoretical foundations for each
type of developmental measure, and they consider the relationship
between developmental measures and various types of proficiency
measures. The authors also examine criteria for determining which
developmental measures are the most successful, and they suggest
which measures are the most promising for continuing work on
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