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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:  Reynolds,Barry Lee;  Shih,Ying Chun
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English  Homework  Language learning  Reading  Vocabulary  Word cards  
Stress typicality effect in Chinese advanced and intermediate ESL learners Journal article
Educational Psychology, 2018,Volume: 38,Issue: 5,Page: 617-632
Authors:  Zhang,Juan;  Meng,Yaxuan;  Fan,Xitao;  Ortega-Llebaria,Marta;  Ieong,Sao Leng
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Grammatical category  lexical stress  orthography  stress typicality effect  
Stress typicality effect in Chinese advanced and intermediate ESL learners Journal article
Educational Psychology, 2018,Volume: 38,Issue: 5,Page: 617-632
Authors:  Zhang,Juan;  Meng,Yaxuan;  Fan,Xitao;  Ortega-Llebaria,Marta;  Ieong,Sao Leng
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Grammatical category  lexical stress  orthography  stress typicality effect  
Stress typicality effect in Chinese advanced and intermediate ESL learners Journal article
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 38,Issue: 5,Page: 617-632
Authors:  Zhang, Juan;  Meng, Yaxuan;  Fan, Xitao;  Ortega-Llebaria, Marta;  Ieong, Sao Leng
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Grammatical category  lexical stress  stress typicality effect  orthography  
A comparability study between the General English Proficiency Test- Advanced and the Internet-Based Test of English as a Foreign Language Journal article
Language Testing in Asia, 2017,Volume: 7,Issue: 1
Authors:  Kunnan,Antony John;  Carr,Nathan
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Can higher-proficiency L2 learners benefit from working with lower-proficiency partners in peer feedback? Journal article
Teaching in Higher Education, 2017,Volume: 22,Issue: 2,Page: 178-192
Authors:  Yu,Shulin;  Hu,Guangwei
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Peer feedback  second language proficiency  second language writing  zone of proximal development  
Can higher-proficiency L2 learners benefit from working with lower-proficiency partners in peer feedback? Journal article
TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 2017,Volume: 22,Issue: 2,Page: 178-192
Authors:  Yu, Shulin;  Hu, Guangwei
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Peer feedback  second language proficiency  second language writing  zone of proximal development  
Understanding the Role of Learners With Low English Language Proficiency in Peer Feedback of Second Language Writing Journal article
TESOL Quarterly, 2016,Volume: 50,Issue: 2,Page: 483-494
Authors:  Yu,Shulin;  Lee,Icy
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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: 28-38
Authors:  Yu,Shulin;  Lee,Icy
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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