Dan Brown

Assistant Professor
Department of English


231 Lake Huron Hall
(616) 331-3022

Dan Brown

ENG 261 Foundations of Language Study
ENG 363 Applied Linguistics
ENG 660 Principles of Educational Linguistics

Research Interests
Second language acquisition, second language writing for academic purposes, meta-analysis and research synthesis, second language teaching methodology, pragmatics

Recent Publications
Brown, D. (2016). The type and linguistic foci of oral corrective feedback in the L2 classroom: A meta-analysis. Language Teaching Research, 20, 436-458.

Liu, Q. & Brown, D. (2015). A methodological synthesis of research on the effectiveness of corrective feedback in L2 writing. The Journal of Second Language Writing, 30, 66-81.                        

Plonsky, L. & Brown, D. (2015). Domain definition and search techniques in meta-analyses of L2 research (Or why 18 meta-analyses of feedback have different results). Second Language Research, 31, 267-278. 

Brown, D. (2012). The written corrective feedback debate: Next steps for classroom teachers and practitioners. TESOL Quarterly, 46, 861-867.

Ph.D., Northern Arizona University
M.A., University of Hawaii at Manoa
B.B.A., Loyola University Maryland