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Table 9 Segments of Mary’s text production (0:11:56–0:19:29)

From: Using keystroke logging to understand writers’ processes on a reading-into-writing test

Documents Starting time Duration Keystroke logs
Writing sheet 0:11:56 0:00:30 Should
Task prompt 0:12:26 0:00:03  
Writing sheet 0:12:30 0:00:09 Endangered Language
Task prompt 0:12:39 0:00:03  
Writing sheet 0:12:42 0:00:11 be saves ##d from ex
Task prompt 0:12:53 0:00:04  
Writing sheet 0:12:57 0:00:14 tinction?
Task prompt 0:13:11 0:00:03  
Writing sheet 0:13:13 0:00:15 <Save Endangered Languages
Task prompt 0:13:29 0:00:03  
Writing sheet 0:13:32 0:00:43 Before It’s Too Late
Task prompt 0:14:15 0:00:01  
Writing sheet 0:14:16 0:00:08 (n/a)
Source text 1 0:14:23 0:00:11  
Writing sheet 0:14:34 0:00:05 Chester Monrce > <Languages Don’t Need Saving: People Do
Source text 2 0:14:39 0:00:10  
Writing sheet 0:14:49 0:04:16 Gretchen Werner > The aim of this article is stablich #########establish a comparation between two renamed ##the point of view of author Chester Monrce and Gretchen Werner. The two ones discuss about en##Endangered Language. and to show
Task prompt 0:19:05 0:00:05  
Writing sheet 0:19:10 0:00:17 state m#our own point of t#view about
Task prompt 0:19:27 0:00:03  
Writing sheet 0:19:29 0:03:17 the topic## discussed#######
  1. Note: # indicates a deletion of the previous character
  2. Note 2: (n/a) indicates that the writer did not type anything within the duration