Sorry, i have no idea but i searched in google and i got a list and that was below. I don't know how it will be helpful
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Berglund, Ylva (2000): Utilising present-day English corpora: a case study concerning expressions of future. ICAME Journal 24, 25-64.
Biber, Douglas (1988): Variation across speech and writing. Cambridge: CUP.
Biber, Douglas (1993): Using register-diversified corpora for general language studies. Computational Linguistics 19, 219-241.
Biber, Douglas (1993): The multi-dimensinoal approach to linguistic analyses of genre variation: An overview of methodology and findings. Computers and the Humanities 26, 331-345.
I think you can use the following website's help to guide you
1. Center for Research in Applied Linguistics
2. Cambridge English Corpus
3. English profile website to know more about how corpus can be used in the classroom
You can seek help from any of the above websites listed above will surely help you a lot. Please make use of it.