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Which Elements Matter? Constructing Word Cards for English Vocabulary Growth Journal article
SAGE Open, 2020,Volume: 10,Issue: 2
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Wei-Hua Wu;  Ying-Chun Shih
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L2 Vocabulary  L2 Vocabulary Growth  Vocabulary Acquisition  Word Cards  
Situated incidental vocabulary acquisition: The effects of in-class and out-of-class novel reading Journal article
Applied Linguistics Review, 2020
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Experimental Context  In-class Reading  Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition  L2 Vocabulary  Out-of-class Reading  
The learning effects of student-constructed word cards as homework for the adolescent English Language classroom Journal article
System, 2019,Volume: 81,Page: 146-162
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Ying-Chun Shih
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English  Homework  Language Learning  Reading  Vocabulary  Word Cards  
Teaching Writing in Grades 7–9 in Urban Schools in Chinese Societies in Asia Journal article
Reading Research Quarterly, 2018,Volume: 53,Issue: 4,Page: 473-507
Authors:  Hsiang,Tien Ping;  Graham,Steve;  Wong,Ping Man
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Adolescence  and materials  Content literacy  Genres  Grammar  methods  Research methodology  Sociocultural  Strategies  Survey  Text types, text features  Theoretical perspectives  Writer’s workshop  Writing  Writing process  Writing strategies  Writing to learn  
Teaching Writing in Grades 7–9 in Urban Schools in Chinese Societies in Asia Journal article
Reading Research Quarterly, 2018,Volume: 53,Issue: 4,Page: 473-507
Authors:  Hsiang,Tien Ping;  Graham,Steve;  Wong,Ping Man
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Adolescence  and materials  Content literacy  Genres  Grammar  methods  Research methodology  Sociocultural  Strategies  Survey  Text types, text features  Theoretical perspectives  Writer’s workshop  Writing  Writing process  Writing strategies  Writing to learn  
Teaching Writing in Grades 7–9 in Urban Schools in Chinese Societies in Asia Journal article
READING RESEARCH QUARTERLY, 2018,Volume: 53,Issue: 4,Page: 473-507
Authors:  Tien Ping Hsiang;  Steve Graham;  Ping Man Wong
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Content Literacy  Text Types  Text Features  Research Methodology  Survey  Strategies  Methods  And Materials  Writing Strategies  Theoretical Perspectives  Sociocultural  Writing  Genres  Grammar  Writer's Workshop  Writing Process  Writing To Learn  Adolescence  
Exploring strong and weak EFL readers' strategy use after a reading strategy and extensive reading instructional intervention A think-aloud analysis Journal article
REVISTA ESPANOLA DE LINGUISTICA APLICADA, 2018,Volume: 31,Issue: 1,Page: 345-377
Authors:  Ying-Chun Shih;  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Think-aloud  Reading Strategy Instruction  Extensive Reading Program  Global Strategy  Local Strategy  Comprehension  
The effects of integrating goal setting and reading strategy instruction on English reading proficiency and learning motivation: A quasi-experimental study Journal article
APPLIED LINGUISTICS REVIEW, 2018,Volume: 9,Issue: 1,Page: 35-62
Authors:  Ying-Chun Shih;  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Goal Setting  L2 Reading Proficiency  Motivation  Reading Strategy Instruction  Efl Reading  
Teaching writing in grades 4–6 in urban schools in the Greater China Region Journal article
Reading and Writing, 2016,Volume: 29,Issue: 5,Page: 869-902
Authors:  Tien Ping Hsiang;  Steve Graham
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China  Survey  Writing  Writing Instruction  
An analysis of Chinese EFL students' use of first and second language in peer feedback of L2 writing Journal article
System, 2014,Volume: 47,Page: 28
Authors:  Yu S.;  Lee I.
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L1  L2  Peer feedback  Writing instruction