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The effects of L1 congruency, L2 proficiency, and the collocate-node relationship on the processing of L2 English collocations by L1-Chinese EFL learners Journal article
Review of Cognitive Linguistics, 2019,Volume: 17,Issue: 2,Page: 331-357
Authors:  Chen Ding;  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Collocate-node Relationship  Collocation Processing  Efl Learners  Formulaic Language  L1 Chinese  L1 Congruency  L2 Collocations  L2 English  L2 Proficiency  
Teaching English to young learners: Critical issues in language teaching with 3-12 year olds Journal article
Asian EFL Journal, 2019,Volume: 23,Issue: 5,Page: 221-225
Authors:  Sylvia Liu;  Barry Lee Reynolds
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What we need to know about student writers' grammar learning and correction Journal article
Applied Linguistics Review, 2019
Authors:  Chian-Wen Kao;  Barry Lee Reynolds;  (Mark) Feng Teng
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Efl Learner Beliefs  Exploratory Factor Analysis  Grammar Correction  Grammar Learning  Second Language Writing  
Effects of individual and group metacognitive prompts on EFL reading comprehension and incidental vocabulary learning Journal article
PLoS ONE, 2019,Volume: 14,Issue: 5
Authors:  Feng Teng;  Barry Lee Reynolds
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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  
A study on the relationship among Taiwanese college students' EFL writing strategy use, writing ability and writing difficulty Journal article
English Teaching and Learning, 2017,Volume: 41,Issue: 4,Page: 31-67
Authors:  Chian-Wen Kao;  Barry Lee Reynolds
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Efl Learners  Learning Strategies  Writing Strategies