OCC: Oxford Children’s Corpus
The Oxford Children’s Corpus (OCC) is English text corpus including language that children likely read (fiction, non-fiction) or texts written by children themselves. This corpus was prepared within of the project of Children’s corpora has been developing by Oxford University Press.
More information about the Oxford Chindren’s corpora can be found in the bibliography or at http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2015/01/decide-words-include-childrens-dictionaries/
In the Oxford corpora, there are used Oxford part-of-speech tagset.
Overview of Oxford corpora in Sketch Engine
- Oxford Children’s Corpus 2016 (Reading, Writing, Education)
- Oxford Children’s Corpus 2015 (Reading, Writing)
- Oxford Children’s Corpus 2014
- Oxford Children’s Corpus 2013 with BeebOx
Banerji, N., Gupta, V., Kilgarriff, A., & Tugwell, D. Oxford Children’s Corpus: a corpus of children’s writing, reading, and education. Corpus Linguistics 2013, p. 315.
Kate Wild, Adam Kilgarriff, and David Tugwell. The Oxford children’s corpus: Using a children’s corpus in lexicography. International Journal of Lexicography 26, no. 2 (2013): 190–218.
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