教師教研

DAE teachers’ publications from August 2011 to April 2016

 

Journal Articles

 

1.       Cheng, H.F. (2013). Developing an instrument for measuring efficacy beliefs among Taiwanese English teachers. Studies in English Language and Literature, 32, 85-112.

2.       Chen, Y. L. (2015). Taiwanese college students’ motivation and engagement for English learning in the context of Internationalization at home: A comparison of students in EMI and non-EMI programs. Journal of Studies in International Education, 19(1), 46-64.

3.       Chen, Y. L. (2015). The impact of social milieu on EFL learner’s L2 motivation. Journal of Ming Chuan University, 20, 49-66.

4.       Corrigan,J. M.and Corrigan, M. (2012, Feb). “Disrupting Flow: Seinfeld, Sopranos Series Finale and the Aesthetic of Anxiety,” Television & New Media, Volume 13, Number 2 (2012): pages 91-102.

5.       Corrigan, J. M. (2011). “Visions of Power and Dispossession: Emerson, Whitman, and the Robust Soul". Walt Whitman Quarterly Review, vol. 28, No.3, 122-140.

6.       Corrigan, J. M. (2010). “The Metempsychotic Mind: Emerson and Consciousness”. Journal of the History of Ideas, Volume 71, Number 3: 433-56.

7.       Corrigan, J. M. (2009). “Emerson's Ladder of Ascent: Modernityand the Platonic Tradition”. Dionysius, Volume 27 (December): 155-72.

8.       Dooley, M. (2013). How Movie Subtitles Influence EFL Learners’ Listening Comprehension. Journal of Applied English Department of Applied English Ming Chuan University, 6, 43-58.

9.       Ho, M. J. & Lien, H. Y. (2011). The correlation of vocabulary knowledge depth and reading comprehension. TESOL Review, 3, 75-94.

10.   Hsu, L. H. (2011). Linguistic intergroup bias tells ingroup/outgroup orientation of bicultural Asian Americans. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35, 853-866.

11.   Hsu, Ya- Lan, & Cheng, Hsing-Fu (2012). Teachers’ usage of corrective feedback and young learners’ perception of it in Taiwanese EFL classroom. Journal of Applied English, 5, 73-92.

12.   Huang, C. & Hung, M. (2011). Genre Analysis of the New York Times Obituaries. Ching Yun Journal of Applied foreign Language Studies: Globalization, English(es) for Specific Purposes, and International Studies. 175-189

13.   Ho, M. J. & Lien, H. Y. (2011). The correlation of vocabulary knowledge depth and reading comprehension. TESOL Review, 3, 75-94.

14.   Hung, M. (2011). The Correlation of Length of Learning to the Perception of Chinese Tones by American University Students Who Learn Chinese as a Foreign Language. Journal of Applied English, 4, 1-14.

15.   Lien, H. Y. (2011). Various types of lexical instructions on EFL reading comprehension. TESOL Review, 3, 175-212.

16.   Lien, H. Y. (2011). EFL learners’ reading strategy use in relation to reading anxiety. Language Education in Asia(2), 199-212. 

17.   Linzmeier, J. (2014).  This Contest Could Change Your Life.  銘傳文藝.  Ming Chuan University.

18.   Linzmeier, J. (2013). The English Writing Contest: Writers and Readers. 銘傳文藝.  Ming Chuan University.

19.   Linzmeier, J. (2011).  A Bit About Prose, More About Poetry.  銘傳文藝.  Ming Chuan University.

20.   Min, C.H.& Tang, H.W. (2011). Forecasting Chinese Tourism Demand in Taiwan Using GM (1,1) Prediction Model. Journal of Grey System,14 (1), 1-8.

21.   Min, C.H., Tang, H.W. &Yin, M.S. (2011). Prioritising the Emotional Intelligence (EI) Needs of Tourism Undergraduates. The Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education (Accepted for publication in the upcoming issue)

22.   Myers, James L(2011) A Hermeneutic Mapping of Ambiguity at Play. Journal of English as an International Language, Vol. 6, No.2 (1-26)

23.   Prystash, J. (2012). Fertilizing Darwin’s Flowers: Feminist Narratives of Evolutionary Botany. Victorians Institute Journal 39 (2011): 227-57.

24.   Prystash, J. (2012). Rhizomatic Subjects: Carlyle, Kingsley, and the Origins of Victorian Identity. Nineteenth-Century Literature 66.2 (2011): 141-69.

25.   Prystash, J. (2012). Zoomorphizing the Human: How to Use Darwin’s Coral and Barnacles. Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge 24 (2012). http://rhizomes.net/issue24/prystash/index.html

26.   Prystash, J. (2011). “Rhizomatic Subjects: Carlyle, Kingsley, and the Origins of Victorian Identity.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 66.2 (2011): 141-69.

27.   Salazar, E. & Dooley, M. (2011). A Comparison of Teachers' and Students' Views of Small Group Settings as a Cooperative Learning Experience. Journal of Applied English, Department of Applied English Ming Chuan University, 4, 107-117.

28.   Shen, Y.S.I (2011). Culture in English Language Teaching. Journal of Applied English, 4, 119-126.

29.   Su, M. H, & Wang, J. J. (2012). A Study of English Self-efficacy and English Reading Proficiency of Taiwanese Junior High School Students. International Journal of Asian Social Science,2(6),984-988.

30.   Su, M. H., & Duo, P. C. (2012). EFL Learners' Language Learning Strategy Use and Perceived Self-Efficacy. European Journal of Social Sciences, 27(3), 335-345.

31.   Su, M. H., & Duo, P. C. (2012). EFL Learners’ Language Learning Strategy use and Perceived Self-Efficacy. European Journal of Social Sciences27(3), 335-345.

32.   Sung, L. (2011). Experienced college instructors’ personal epistemology in teaching social studies and their perception of using technology. Journal of Philosophy Study. 1(5), 360-377 (ISSN 2159-5313).

33.   Tang, H.W.& Yin, M.S. (2011). A Comparative Study of Educational Leadership Practices in Taiwan and the USA. African Journal of Business Management, 5(1), 30-38.

34.   Tsao, C. T. & Wang, C. (in press). EFL Students' Language Learning Styles, Learning Climate, and Their Affective Variables. Studies in English Language and Literature.

35.   Tsao, C. T. & & Wang, C. (2012). EFL students’ individual differences and their language learning strategy use. In Tang, H. T., et al. (Eds), Journal of Applied English 5, 111-134.

36.   Tsao, C. & Wang, C. C. (2011). Learners’ preferred instructional activities and their English learning motivation. In Tang, H. T., et al. (Eds), Journal of Applied English, 4, 61-73.

37.   Tsay, L. J. (2013). English graduation benchmark policy in Taiwan. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences. November, 2013

38.   Tsai, Jen-chieh. (2011). Question of Reception Ethics: Amity and Animosity in Ian McEwan's Amsterdam. Intergrams 12.1, -19.

39.   Wang, C. C. (2015). Learning to teach English as a foreign language: Pre-service teachers' belief and its development. Journal of Applied English, 8(1), 97-131.

40.   張武昌、林秀慧 (2012) 閱卷機制探討台灣高中畢業生英文寫作能力的評量,(第10期),pp.179-205

41.   蔡仁傑(2013)。西賽羅《理想的演說家》中的記憶拼圖與國族想像。Intergrams13.2,1-12。

 

Conference Papers

 

1.       Chang, Chi-yu. (2014, March). The Dharma-Wheel Revolved: What Does the Terra-Treasure Sutra Mean to In-class Learners? 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics.

2.       Chang, C. Y. (2015, March). The effects of graphic organizers on students’ reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

3.       Chang, C. Y. (2016, March). The world café expected to change the course: A review of an American culture class on trial. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

4.       Chang, Chi-yu. (2013, March). The Brahman Girl and Radiant Eyes: A “Magical Realism” Approach to the Ksitigarbha Sutra, 2013 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics.

5.       Chang, H. & Chen, H. I. (2012). A Needs Analysis in Tourism Related Courses at a Department of Applied English. Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

6.       Chang, W. V. (2013). Assessing English Language: What’s Next for Asia? Presented at第15屆AFELTA會議, 大考中心, September 6-7, 2013.

7.       Chang, W. V. (2013). Critical Issues in English Language Teaching and Learning in Taiwan.東海大學第一屆全球化下的英語教學國際研討會, November 22 ,2013.

8.       Chang, W. V. (2012). Assessing Taiwanese High School Graduates’ Oral Production: A Modest Proposal.第十四屆亞洲英語語言測驗研討會(AFELTA), October 26-27, 2012.

9.       Chang, W. V. (2012). Gaps of Knowledge: What we need to Learn to Teach Young Learners. 2012兒童與青少年英語教學暨亞洲閱讀研討會,November 4, 2012.

10.   Chen, H. I., & Cheng, A. R. (2013). Attitudes toward Cooperative Learning and English Learning in a Third Grade’s English Classroom in Taiwan. Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

11.   Chen, H. I., & Liu, C. Y. (2014). Investigations of Learner Autonomy, Self-Efficacy, and English Learning Achievement at a Junior High School in Taiwan. Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

12.   Chen, H. I., Chang, W. J., Tsai, Y. L., Kuo, T. Y., & Hu, L. X. (2016, March). The anxiety of speaking and writing among English majors in Taiwan: Status and coping strategies. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

13.   Chen, I. & Ku, P (2013). A Corpus-based Approach to Distinguishing between the Confusing Word Pair ‘Lie’ and ‘Lay. Presented at 2013新生醫專「應用英、日語教學」國際學術研討會 on August 7, 2013.

14.   Chen, J. A. & Lien, H. Y. (2014). A Case Study of Student Letter Exchanges between Elementary School Students in Taiwan and Poland. Paper presented in 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics.

15.   Chen, Y. L. (2015, March). Language use in the globalization and localization through a multilingual conference and the indigenized hospitality. Proceedings of 2015 Conference of Taiwan Religion Association.

16.   Chen, Y. L. (2015, March). L2 motivation and WTC in ELF context: A SEM analysis. Proceedings of 24th International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching.

17.   Chen, Y. L. (2015, March). The effect of scaffolding on English reading comprehension: A case in EFL elementary students in Taiwan. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

18.   Chen, Y. L. (2015, March). College students’ engagement in EFL learning within the context of internationalization at home: Close encounters with students. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

19.   Chen, Y. L., & Hsin, H. L. (2016, March). English learning motivation and English speaking anxiety of the employees of an international corporation in Taiwan. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

20.   Chiang, F. C., & Su, M. H. (2014). Investigating English learning strategies of Taiwanese government employees. In The Proceedings of 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics (pp. 22-31). Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing CO., LTD.

21.   Chiang, M., & Sung, L. (2012). The Relationship between Foreign Language Anxiety and Foreign Language Speaking Proficiency among Elementary School Students in Taiwan. Presented at 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Department of Applied English, Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, March 9-10, 2012.

22.   Dooley, M. (2015, March). The effectiveness of using the TPR teaching method in university classes. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

23.   Hsieh, C. N., & Tsai, Y. H.  (2013). The Value of Working Holiday Program. Paper  presented at 2013 International Conference on Applied Foreign Languages. June 5.

24.   Hsien-jung Wang & Maosheng Hung (2014). The Role of Age in Taiwanese University EFL Learners’ Production of Two English Consonants. Presented at the 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Guishan, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

25.   Hsiung, C. & Dooley, M. (2012). ‘Cultural Instruction in University EFL Classrooms: English Teachers' Perceptions and Practices’ The Proceedings of 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

26.   Hsu, L. H. (2014). World Englishes: Overcoming accent stereotyping, intolerance of own local accented English. Presented in the 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

27.   Hsu, L. H. (2013). Perceived accent hierarchies of Taiwanese students towards the expanding circle Englishes in Asia.  Presented in the 2013 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

28.   Hsu, L. H. (2012).  Unequal Access to Resources Shape the English Self-Concept of Learners in Taiwan: Impact, Potential Interventions. Presented at 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, March 10-12, Taoyuan,Taiwan.

29.   Hsu, L. H. (2015, March). In the Eye of the Beholder: Perceived competence of NES teachers, NNES teachers. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

30.   Hsu, S. Y. & Lien, H. Y. (2011). The effects of English still thoughts teaching in EFL elementary students’ motivation and anxiety. Paper presented in 2011 International Conference on English Education. Taipei, Taiwan: Shih Chien University.

31.   Hsu, S. Y. & Lien, H. Y. (2011). The perceptions and motivation of EFL elementary students toward English still thoughts teaching. Proceedings of 2011 TCU Conference on Literature, Linguistics, and English for Specific Purposes (ESP). Taiwan, Tzu Chi University.

32.   Hsu, Y.L. & Cheng, Hsing-Fu (2012). Teachers’ and Young Learners’ Perceptions of Corrective Feedback in the EFL Classroom. The proceedings of 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing Co.

33.   Huang, De-huei & Cheng, Hsing- Fu (2012). An investigation of EFL elementary English teachers’ self-efficacy. Paper presented at the 20th International Symposium on English Teaching, Taipei. Crane Publishing Co.

34.   Huang, Y., & Sung, L. (2012). The Correlation between Students’ Use of Vocabulary Learning Strategies and GEPT Reading Performance of Elementary Level in Private Comprehensive High School. Presented at 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Department of Applied English, Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, March 9-10, 2012.

35.   Huang, Y.L. & Ku, P. (2013). Success of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Speeches: a Corpus-based Investigation. Paper presented at 2013 Hwa Kang Conference on English Language & Literature, May 4, 2013. Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan

36.   Hung, M. & Hung, S. (2013). The Relationship between Onset Age and Taiwanese Junior High EFL Students’ Acquisition of Listening and Reading. Presented at the 11th Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities.

37.   Hung, M. & Hung, Y. (2011). The Common Patterns of Learner Characteristics Displayed by Successful Taiwanese EFL Learners. Presented at ICELT 2011 International Conference on English Language Teaching, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

38.   Hung, M. (2014). The Role of Length of Residence in Second Language Acquisition of Prosody. Presented at the Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities 2014, Osaka, Japan. The trip to Osaka was sponsored by National Science Council (NSC) with travel grant No. 1030002770. (國科會: 臺會合字第1030002770號。補助編號: 103-2914-I-130-002-A1).

39.   Hung, M. S. (2015, March). Which method is better? Literal translation or free translation?. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

40.   Hung, M. S. (2015, March). Onset age and the learning of English stress patterns. Proceedings of the Sixth Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2015 (ACAH2015).

41.   Hung, S. (2012). A Case Study of Language Awareness Pedagogy in Grammar classroom. Presented at the 11th ALA International Conference. July 8-11, 2012. Montreal, Canada: Concordia University.

42.   Hung, S. (2011). Language Awareness Pedagogy: A Case Study of Grammar Teaching in the Chinese EFL Context. Papers presented at the 16th International congress on Applied Linguistics (AILA 2011). August, 23, 2011. Beijing: Beijing University of Foreign Languages.

43.   Hung, S. C. (2015, March). A case study of the relationship between self-determination, motivation and flow experience. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

44.   Hung, C. & Shei, C. (2013).  Teaching Cultural Elements in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. Presented at the International Conference on Reading and Writing.  June 01, 2013. Chong-Li City, Taoyuan: The National Central University.

45.   Hung, S. & Wang, C. (2011).  Integrated Multi-Dimensional Course Design: An Exploratory Study of Its Impacts on Learner Motivation and Self-Regulated Learning.  Papers presented at the 2011 TERA International Conference on Education.  Kaohsiung: The National Dr. Sun Yat San University, December 15 ~18, 2011.

46.   Hung, S. & Wu, H.  (2013). Teaching English with Arts: An Exploratory Study of Integrating English Learning with Arts in Remedial English Teaching.  Papers presented at the 11th Asia TEFL International Conference.  26-28 October 2013. Manila, Philippines: Ateneo de Manila University.

47.   Ku, P. (2013). Learning Vocabulary Words from a Movie: A Corpus-Based Approach. Paper presented at 2013 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, March 8, 2013. Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

48.   Lien, H. Y. (2014). The Explicit Reading Strategy Instruction in EFL College Reading Class. Proceedings of 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing

49.   Lien, H. Y. (2013). Perceptions and Attitudes of Medical Students and Post-graduate Residents towards Using English as a Medium in Medical Education in Taiwan. Paper presented in AMEE (An International Association for Medical Education), Prague, Czech Republic.

50.   Lien, H. Y., Kuo, T. I. & Lo, Y. P. (2012). Frequency analysis of casino English words. Proceedings of 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, (pp. 162-170). Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing.

51.   Lien, H. Y. (2011). The Effects of extensive reading on foreign language reading anxiety. Paper presented in 2011 International Conference on English Language Teaching.

52.   Lien, H. Y. (2011). EFL learners’ vocabulary size and their selection of ER materials. Paper presented in 2011 Asian EFL Journal International Conference. Cebu, Philippines: Asian EFL Journal.

53.   Lin, H. Y. (2015). Female characters in Disney’s animated movies from a feminist point of view: Pocahondas vs. Mulan. Proceedings of the Sixth Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2015 (ACAH2015).

54.   Lin, L. C., & Su, M. H. (2014). Taiwanese EFL junior high school students’ attributional beliefs and their achievement in English reading. In The Proceedings of 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics (pp. 121-131). Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing CO., LTD.

55.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2014). Lords of Misrule? First Asian Shakespeare Society Conference.  Taiwan University and Taiwan Normal University.

56.   Linzmeier, J. (April 2014). Shakespeare. MCU Applied English Dept. faculty colloquium.

57.   Linzmeier, J. (March 2014). Why Shakespeare? 16th International Conference on TEFL and Applied Linguistics. Ming Chuan University.

58.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Doris Lessing Plays the Naming Game. China Ocean University.

59.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Macbeth, Act 4, Scene 2. Qingdao University.

60.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Tourism in Wisconsin. Hebei University.

61.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Less Than Fantastic Memoirs of a Survivor.   Hebei University.

62.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Doris Lessing, Rhodesian.   Hebei Normal University.

63.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). College Education in America. Beijing University of Science and Technology.

64.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Doris Lessing: The Real, the Unreal, the Understood and the Misunderstood. Beijing University of Science and Technology.

65.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Taming of the Shrew, Act 2, scene 1. Lanzhou University.

66.   Linzmeier, J. (May 2012). Doris Lessing. Lanzhou University.

67.   Linzmeier, J. (Jan. 2012). Crisis in the Children of Violence series and the Creation of The Golden Notebook. University of Wisconsin.

68.   Linzmeier, J. (Jan. 2012). Two Poems about London. Deep Springs College.

69.   Linzmeier, J. (Jan. 2012). Three Novels about the End of the World. Deep Springs College.

70.   Linzmeier, J. (2015, March). Shakespeare’s “Seven Ages of Man” and the problems of Monarchy. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

71.   Linzmeier, J. (2016, March). The two heads of the king. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

72.   Liu, I., & Sung, L. (2012). The Effectiveness of Using an After-Class Digital Review Tutorial Program to Improve Taiwanese Elementary Students' English. Presented at 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Department of Applied English, Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, March 9-10, 2012.

73.   Lu, P. F., & Su, M.H. (2013). A study of vocabulary learning strategy and perception of English learning of Taiwanese junior high school students. In The proceedings of 2013 international conference and workshop on TEFL & applied linguistics (pp. 210-220). Taiwan: Crane Publishing.

74.   Peng, L. W. & Tsay, L. J. (2012). With or without subtitle? – The learning effects of DVD films on listening comprehension for EFL intermediate learners. The Proceeding of 2012 International Conference of TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Taipei, Crane Publishing Co., 227~236.

75.   Peng, S.Y. & Duo, P. C. (2013). The Effect of CLT on Adult Language Learners' Self-efficacy and Performance in Taiwan Language Institution. The Proceedings of 2010 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan Univeristy, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

76.   Prystash, J. (2012). Reassembling Sex with Darwinian Botany, The First International Deleuze Studies in Asia Conference, Tamkung University (6/13).

77.   Prystash, J., & Chen, L. W. (2016, March). Lost in transportation: Spaces and languages in Taiwan’s MRT system. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

78.   Salazar-Liu, E. (2013). The effects of small group interaction on foreign language anxiety. Paper presented at the Ninth Annual TESOL Conference on English Teaching: Language and Empowerment: Feb 23-24, 2013, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

79.   Salazar, E. (2015, March). Teachers’ perceptions regarding implementing cooperative learning in the EFL classroom. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

80.   Salazar, E. (2015, March). Foreign language anxiety, willingness to communicate and perceived self-competence of university EFL students. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

81.   Shei, C & Hung, S. (2013). Dealing with the Issue of Plagiarism at the Conceptual Level in EAP Context. Papers presented at the 30th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the ROC. May 18-19, 2013. Tainan: The National Cheng Kong University.

82.   Shei, C. & Hung, S. (2013). Discourse Analysis in TEFL/TESOL Curricula. Papers presented at 2013 Hwa Kang International Conference on English Language and Literature. May 04, 2013.  Taipei: Chinese Culture University.

83.   Shen, Y. S. (2015). Cooperative learning in a college English reading classrooms. Proceedings of the Sixth Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2015 (ACAH2015).

84.   Slimon, J. (2015, March). Vocabulary development during the writing process: A pilot study using embedding techniques to increase lexical proficiency for EFL writing students. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

85.   Su, M. H., & Tai, T. Y. (2013). Exploring self-regulated learning of vocational high school students in Taiwan. In The proceedings of 2013 international conference and workshop on TEFL & applied linguistics (pp. 285-294). Taiwan: Crane Publishing.

86.   Su, M. H., & Wang, D. (2013). Exploring EFL learners' reading strategy use in the context of guided extensive reading. In The proceedings of 2013 international conference and workshop on TEFL & applied linguistics (pp. 273-284). Taiwan: Crane Publishing.

87.   Su, S. & Ku, P. (2014). A Corpus-based Study on Speeches of Climate Change: Using Ted Talks as a Case Study. Paper presented at 2014 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, March 8, 2014. Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

88.   Su, M. H., & Kuo, C. J. (2015, March). Graduation benchmark: Language learning anxiety and coping strategies of college students. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

89.   Su, M. H. (2015, March). Exploring the use of metacognition and motivation of junior high students’ English learning. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

90.   Su, M. H. (2015, March). English learning anxiety and coping strategies at the defense language institute in Taiwan. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

91.   Tang, C, & Wang, C. (2013). The wash-back effect of speaking tests as partical measures of English learners’ daily performance. In Proceedings of 2013 Internaitonal Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics (pp. 295-306). Taipei, Taiwan: Crane.

92.   Tsai, F. L., & Su, M. H. (2012, March 08-09). The effect of graphic organizer instruction on eighth-grade EFL learners’ reading comprehension. The Proceedings of 2012 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, 261-271.

93.   Tsai, J. C. (2015, March). The rhetorical fashioning of Romanness in Petronius’ Satyricon. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

94.   Tsao, C. T., & Wang, C. (2012). EFL Students’ Individual Differences and Their Language Learning Strategy. Paper presented at the 21st International Symposium on English Teaching, Taipei, Taiwan.

95.   Tsay, L. J. (2015, March). The effects of graphic organizers on students’ reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University.

96.   Wang, C. (2014, March). Toward Teaching Innovatively: Change in Teachers’ Belief and Behavior. Paper presented at the The Annual Conference of American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Portland, Oregon.

97.   Wang, C & Ho, C.T. (2013). Impact of International Education on Students’ Attitude toward English as Lingua Franca. In X. Shao (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2013 International Academic Workshop on Social Science. Atlantis Press. ISBN (on-line): 978-90-78677-84-0

98.   Wang, C. (2012, April). How teachers' beliefs are in line with major SLA notions. Paper presented at the Asian Conference on Language Learning (2012 ACLL), Osaka, Japan.

99.   Wang, C. C. (2011). Language teaching for communicative competence: Instructional strategies and techniques. Paper presented at The Conference of Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliqu¢ee (AILA), Beijing, China.

100.                   Wang, C. C. (2011). What SLA informs us and how teachers view second language learning and teaching. Paper presented at The 1st Cross-Strait Symposium on Foreign Language Teaching and Research & The 2011Annual Meeting of Fujian Foreign Language Teaching and Research, Fujian, China.

101.                   Wang, C. C., Hsu, L.H., Cheng, F.C. , Salazar-Liu, E., Tang, C.h. and Chen, H.I. (2013). Impact of internationalization at the college/university level on English learning- using a university in Taiwan as an example. Panel Discussion presented and Paper presented at the International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, 361-365. March, 2013. Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

102.                   Wang, P. W. & Tsay, L. J. (2013). A Corpus Based Study: English Phrasal Verbs Used in the Junior High School English Textbooks in Taiwan. 9th Annual English Conference.

103.                   Wang, S.M. & Duo, P.C. (2014). The Washback Effect of Comprehensive Assessment Program on Junior High School Students’ English Learning. The Proceedings of 2010 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan Univeristy, Taoyuan, Taiwan.

104.                   Wu, Yi-chen & Cheng, Hsing-fu (2014). The Investigation of the Relationship between Group Dynamics and Motivation among Elementary EFL Students. Paper presented at the 2014 International conference and workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics.

105.                   Ya-Ting Jian & Maosheng Hung (2011). The Roles of Different Immersion Programs and Length of Learning. A selected paper from 2011 PAC/The Twentieth International Symposium on English Teaching (CD version), 266-273, Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing Co.

106.                   Zhang, X. & Hung, S. (2013).  Multi-dimensional Course Design in English Teacher Education:  A Case Study for Pre-Service EFL Student Teachers.  Papers presented at the 11th Asia TEFL International Conference.  26-28 October 2013. Manila, Philippines: Ateneo de Manila University.

107.                   孔慧珠、謝中能(2013). Watching Movie Clips to Enhance ESL Students' Listening and Speaking Skills. 台灣首府大學第三屆應用外語教學暨跨文化研究學術研討會2013.06

108.                   洪淑秋. (2012). 任務型教學法: 大班級的行動研究. 論文發表於第二十一屆英語教學研討會。 台北: 劍潭青年活動中心。

109.                   張武昌 (2012). Assessing Taiwanese High School Graduates’ Oral Production: A Modest Proposal. 第十四屆亞洲英語語言測驗研討會(AFELTA), 上海交通大學全國大學英語四、六級考試委員會(CET),西安, October 26-27, 2012. 

110.                   張武昌 (2012). Gaps of Knowledge: What we need to Learn to Teach Young Learners.2012兒童與青少年英語教學暨亞洲閱讀研討會, 台灣英語文教學研究學會(ETRA), November 4, 2012 .

111.                   張武昌 (2012). 臺灣英語教育之現況與關鍵議題.第24回四國英語教育學會-高知研究大會/日本四國, May, 2012.

112.                   張武昌 (2012).臺灣英語教育的重要議題. 2012語言與語言教學研討會,屏東科技大學, December 2012.

113.                   張武昌 (2014). Issues of Concern in Taiwan’s Primary ELT. 文化大學2014華岡英語語文學國際學術研討會論文發表, May 3 ,2014.

114.                   張武昌 (2014). 十二年國教外國語文課程綱要內容之前導研究.台灣科技大學2014應用語言學暨語言教學國際研討會, April 19, 2014.

115.                   張武昌 (2014).台灣英語教育的變與不變.東吳大學外語學院2014年語言、文學與文化校際學術研討會, March 15, 2014.

116.                   張武昌 (2014).國小階段的英語評量.第十六屆銘傳大學國際應用英語教學研討會暨工作坊, March 8, 2014.

117.                   張武昌 (2014).高職英文寫作測驗與教學.台灣科技大學2014應用語言學暨語言教學國際研討會, April 18, 2014.

118.                   張武昌(2013). 語言與文學中的趨勢與應用. 2013華岡英語與文學國際研討會, May 4, 2013.

119.                   張武昌 、 林秀慧(2012). Assessing Taiwanese High School Graduates’ Oral Production: A Modest Proposal.第十四屆亞洲英語語言測驗研討會(AFELTA),西安,October 2012.

120.                   張武昌(2012). 臺灣英語教育的重要議題. 2012語言與語言教學研討會, December 14, 2012.

121.                   張武昌 、 林秀慧 (2011). Assessing Writing Proficiency of Taiwanese High School Graduates: Tasks and Grading Schemes.第十三屆亞洲英語語言測驗研討會,香港, November, 2011.

122.                   李沅學、謝中能(2013).Effects of English Songs on Elementary School Students’ Listening Comprehension and Affective Domain. 2013玄奘大學應用外語學系語文教學暨文化交流國際學術研討會 2013 May.

 

專書 (教學類)

1.       Corrigan, J. M. ( 2012 ). American Metempsychosis: Emerson, Whitman, and the New Poetry . Fordham University Press.

2.       Hsu, L. H. (2014). Yijing wisdom applied: Application of a non-Western philosophical approach to resolving a western crisis management case.  In M. Land, K. Fuse, & B. W. Homaday (Eds.), Contemporary media ethics: A practical guide for students, Scholars, professionals in a globalized world (2nd ed.).  Spokane, WA: Marquette Books.

3.       Hung, M., Len Andyshack, Hsiu-Chiao Fan & Hui-ya Lin (2012). American Culture and Idioms. 文鶴出版社(ISBN:9789861475523)

4.       Hung, M. & Ying-Shing Hung (2012). 瞄準大考:高頻率單字(Essential Vocabulary). 龍騰出版社 (ISBN:9789862175699)

5.       Tsay, L. J. (2013). English Villages in Taiwan—Theories and Practices. Taipei: Crane Publishing (ISBN: ISBN: 978-986-147-600-1)

6.       Tsay, L. J. (2011). Travel Pass : for Businesses & Professionals. Wellgoal : Taipei.

 

研究計畫

 

姓名

編號

名稱

單位

時間

備註

張武昌

1

十二年國民基本教育語文領域(外國語文) 綱要內容之前導研究

國家教育研究院

102.7.1-102.12.31

經費592,090

 

其他

1. 張武昌、楊承淑、葉錫南、游毓玲、陳秋蘭、林于仙. (2013.12).十二年國民基本教育語文領域(外國語文)綱要內容之前導研究期末研究報告,國家教育研究院

2. 張武昌(2013.06).台北市國民小學101年度基本學力檢測計畫成果報告書

3. 張武昌(2012.06).台北市國民小學100年度基本學力檢測計畫成果報告書

4. 張武昌、陳秋蘭、程玉秀、葉錫南、陳浩然、許月貴、林至誠.(2012.4).中小學英語課程綱要整合型研究期末研究報告  

 

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