Dr KONG Ying Yuk, Amy （江影玉博士）
English Language Centre Coordinator
Department of English
Tel : (852) 3963 5575
|PublicationsConference PresentationsFunded Projects|
- Kong, A.? (Accepted). A dual case study of perceptions of strategy-based training and peer review stances among Hong Kong secondary students: An activity theory perspective. In B. L. Reynolds & F. Teng (Eds.),?Innovative approaches in teaching writing to Chinese speakers. Berlin: De Gruyter.
- Kong, A., & Bui, G. (2019). Reader stances and writer responses in L2 peer review: A study of L2 writing literacy among Hong Kong secondary school students.?The Asian EFL Journal, 23(5), 139–186.
- Bui, G., & Kong, A. (2019). Metacognitive instruction for peer review interaction in L2 writing.?Journal of Writing Research, 11(2), 357–392.?https://doi.org/10.17239/jowr-2019.11.02.05
- Kong, A., & Bui, G. (2019). Disambiguating recasts with prosodic and extra-linguistic cues in task-based interactions among young learners.?Language Teaching for Young Learners, 1(2), 187-206.
- Kong, A. (2018). A dual case study: Influences of learners’ perceptions on strategy use and language choice during peer review,?International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS), 4(9), 36-40.
- A dual case study: Influences of learners’ perceptions on strategy use and language choice during peer review. The International Conference on Arts, Education and Social Science (ICAES) 2018. Los Angeles, USA.
- Micro-genetic approach to exploring scaffolding strategies and social relationships in trained peer review. The Asian Conference on Language Learning (ACLL). Osaka, Japan.
- Socio-Cognitive Dimensions of Peer Review. The Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL) Conference 2011. The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
- Disambiguating Recasts with Enhanced Salience in Task-based Interaction. The Hong Kong Association for Applied Linguistics (HAAL) Research Forum 2009. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
- 2018-2020 MOOC: Grammar Awareness Platform, funded by the Vice President Office: Academic and Research, the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HK$50,000).
- 2018-2021 Footprint from Afar: The Story of Hakka People, funded by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation (HK$300,000).
- 2017 & 2018 Tin Ka Ping Intercultural Exchange Camp for Tin Ka Ping Experimental High School & HSMC Students, funded by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation, 2017 (Total: HK$100,000).
- 2015-2017 “Glocality” and Cultural Literacy: Tin Ka Ping Foundation Arts Ambassadors Scheme, funded by the Tin Ka Ping Foundation (HK$300,000).
- 2014-2016: “Glocality” and Cultural Literacy: HSMC English Enhancement Project, funded by the Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) of the Education Bureau (HK$1,657,200).