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Professor LIN, Angel M.Y.

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Professor LIN, Angel M.Y.

練美兒

B.A. (HKU), M.Phil. (HKU), PhD (Toronto)

Professor

Director-at-Large of the International Society for Language Studies (ISLS)

Head of Division

Division of English Language Education

Tel: (852) 3917 2784

Location: Room 645, Meng Wah Complex

Areas of Expertise:

Classroom Discourse Analysis; Sociocultural Theories; Bilingual Education; Academic Literacies; LAC; CLIL; Critical Literacies; Critical Cultural Studies

Projects
Principal investigator
  1. 2015/2016: Integrated Content and Language Learning in EMI Education - Exploring "Thematic Patterns" as Pedagogical Strategies EDB(LE)/P&R/EL/164/22, Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) ($1,184,820)
  2. 2013/2014: Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) for South Asian Students: Building Teacher Capacity to Cater for Learner Diversiy, Quality Education Fund ($493,500)
  3. 2012/2013: The New Fine-Tuned Medium of Instruction Policy in Hong Kong: Analysis of Policy Interpretation and Local Implementation Practices, Public Policy Research ($255,102)
Co-Investigator
  1. 2015/2016: Impact of genre-based pedagogy on students??academic literacy development in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): A quasi-experimental study, General Research Fund (GRF) ($366,750)
  2. 2015/2016: Informing Pedagogy through Exploring and Reforming Assessment Practices in EMI Education EDB(LE)/P&R/EL/164/23, Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR) ($1,515,207)
Publications
Articles
  1. Lin, AMY., Lo, YY. (2017). Trans/languaging and the Triadic Dialogue in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Classrooms. Language and Education.
  2. Lin, AMY. (2015). Conceptualising the potential role of L1 in CLIL. Language, Culture and Curriculum.
  3. Lo, YY., Lin, AMY. (2015). Special issue: Designing multilingual and multimodal CLIL frameworks for EFL students. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.
  4. Luk, J., Lin, A. (2015). Voices without words: doing Critical Literate Talk in English as a Second Language. TESOL Quarterly.
  5. Lin, AMY., Wu, Y. (2015). ‘May I speak Cantonese?’ – Co-constructing a scientific proof in an EFL junior secondary science classroom. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.
  6. Motha, S., Lin, AMY. (2014). 'Non-coercive rearrangements': Theorizing desire in TESOL. TESOL Quarterly.
  7. Lin, AMY. (2014). Critical discourse analysis in applied linguistics: A methodological review. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics.
  8. Lo, YY., Lin, AMY. (2014). Designing assessment tasks with language awareness: Balancing cognitive and linguistic demands. Assessment and Learning, 評估與學習.
  9. Lin, A. (2013). Classroom code-switching: Three decades of research. Applied Linguistics Review.
  10. Lin, AMY. (2013). Drawing on popular culture and new media resources for creative production in English language learning: Implications for EFL/EAL classrooms. NTCB Foreign Languages and Literature Studies.
  11. He, P., Lin, A. (2013). Tensions in school-university partnership and EFL pre-service teacher identity formation: A case in Mainland China. Language Learning Journal.
  12. Lin, AMY. (2013). Toward Paradigmatic Change in TESOL Methodologies: Building Plurilingual Pedagogies From the Ground Up. TESOL Quarterly.
  13. Lin, AMY. (2012). Towards transformation of knowledge and subjectivity in curriculum inquiry: Insights from chen kuan-hsing's "asia as method". Curriculum Inquiry.
  14. Lin, A., Tong, A. (2009). Constructing cultural self and other in the internet discussion of a Korean historical TV drama: A discourse analysis of weblog messages of Hong Kong viewers of Dae Jang Geum. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication.
  15. Lin, A. (2009). Local interpretation of global management discourses in higher education in Hong Kong: Potential impact on academic culture. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.
  16. Fortunati, L., Lee, F., Lin, A. (2008). Introduction to the special issue on mobile societies in Asia-Pacific. Information Society.
  17. Lin, A., Tong, A. (2008). Mobile cultures of migrant workers in Southern China: Informal literacies in the negotiation of (new) social relations of the new working women. Knowledge, Technology and Policy.
  18. Lin, AMY., Tong, A. (2007). Crossing boundaries: Male consumption of Korean TV dramas and negotiation of gender relations in modern day Hong Kong. Journal of Gender Studies.
  19. Lin, A. (2007). Independent hip hop artists in Hong Kong: Youth sub-cultural resistance and alternative modes of cultural production. Journal of Communication Arts.
  20. Lin, A., Tong, A. (2007). Text-messaging cultures of college girls in Hong Kong: SMS as resources for achieving intimacy and gift-exchange with multiple functions. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.
  21. Lin, A. (2007). What's the use of “triadic dialogue”?: Activity theory, conversation analysis, and analysis of pedagogical practices. Pedagogies.
  22. Lin, A. (2006). Beyond linguistic purism in language-in-education policy and practice: Exploring bilingual pedagogies in a Hong Kong science classroom. Language and Education.
  23. Lee, FLF., Lin, AMY. (2006). Newspaper editorial discourse and the politics of self-censorship in Hong Kong. Discourse and Society.
  24. Kubota, R., Lin, A. (2006). Race and TESOL: Introduction to concepts and theories. TESOL Quarterly.
  25. Cheung, H., Lin, AMY. (2005). Differentiating between automatic and strategic control processes: Toward a model of cognitive mobilization in bilingual reading. Psychologia.
  26. Lin, A. (2005). Gendered, bilingual communication practices: Mobile text-messaging among Hong Kong college students. Fibreculture Journal.
  27. Lin, A., Kwan, B. (2005). The dilemmas of modern working women in Hong Kong: Women’s use of Korean TV dramas. Asian Communication Research.
  28. Lin, A., Sachs, GT., Grant, R., Vandrick, S., Kubota, R., Wong, S., Motha, S. (2004). Women faculty of color in TESOL: Theorizing our lived experiences. TESOL Quarterly.
  29. Lin, A., Luk, J. (2002). Beyond progressive liberalism and cultural relativism: Towards critical postmodernist, sociohistorically situated perspectives in classroom studies. Canadian Modern Language Review.
  30. Lin, AMY. (2002). Explorations of the (non-) self-determining subject in South Korean TV dramas. M/C Journal.
  31. Angel Yl Lin, MEI. (2000). Lively children trapped in an island of disadvantage: Verbal play of Cantonese working-class schoolboys in Hong Kong. International Journal of the Sociology of Language.
  32. Lin, AMY. (1999). Doing-English-lessons in the reproduction or transformation of social worlds?. TESOL Quarterly.
  33. Lin, AMY. (1999). Resistance and creativity in English reading lessons in Hong Kong. Language, Culture and Curriculum.
  34. Lin, AMY. (1997). Analyzing the 'language problem' discourses in Hong Kong: How official, academic, and media discourses construct and perpetuate dominant models of language, learning, and education. Journal of Pragmatics.
  35. Lin, AMY. (1997). Hong Kong children's rights to a culturally compatible English education. Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics.
  36. Lin, AMY. (1996). Bilingualism or Linguistic Segregation1? Symbolic Domination, Resistance and Code Switching in Hong Kong Schools. Linguistics and Education.

 

Conference Papers
  1. Lin, AMY. (2016). Conceptualizing the role of L1 in CLIL. International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies, ICLLS 2016.
  2. Lin, AMY. (2016). Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Challenges and promises. International Conference on Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching, ALLT 2016, 2016 應用語言學暨語言教學國際研討會.
  3. Lin, AMY. (2016). Translanguaging in CLIL classrooms. International Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, AAAL 2016.
  4. Chan, SYS., Lin, AMY., Lo, YY., Tavares, NJ., Lai, H. (2015). Access to English Medium Education through Blended Learning at Higher Education in Southeast Asia. International Conference of The Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning, ASAIHL 2015.
  5. Lin, AMY. (2015). Agency, language learning and creative digital content production. International Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, AAAL 2015.
  6. Lo, YY., Lin, AMY., Chan, SSY., Luk, GNY., Cai, LJ. (2015). Conceptualizing the critical role of L1 in Bilingual Education. TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo.
  7. Lin, AMY. (2015). Curriculum planning and pedagogy for quality language education. International Round Table organised by the Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR).
  8. Lin, AMY., Lo, YY. (2015). Designing assessment tasks with language awareness in CLIL: balancing cognitive and linguistic demands. PolySystemic Language and Education Symposium and Workshops.
  9. Wong, S., Grant, R., Lin, AMY., Motha, S., Sachs, GT., Vandrick, S., Kubota, R. (2015). Envisioning feminist solidarity in TESOL and the Academy: critical self-reflections. TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo.
  10. Wong, S., Grant, R., Lin, A., Motha, S., Sachs, GT., Vandrick, S., Kubota, R. (2015). Envisioning feminist solidarity in TESOL and the academy. TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo.
  11. Lin, AMY. (2015). Heteroglossia and translanguaging in the lyrical poetics of '24 Herbs' in Hong Kong. Fudan Intercollegiate Doctoral Forum.
  12. Lin, AMY. (2015). How language varies: theorizing the differences between everyday and academic language. International Conference of the Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, PAAL 2015.
  13. Lin, AMY., Lo, YY., Wu, Y. (2015). Language and the Triadic Dialogue in the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) classroom. International Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, AAAL 2015.
  14. Lin, AMY. (2015). Languaging and the triadic dialogue in content and language integrated learning (CLIL) classrooms. Polysystemic Language Education Symposium: Being Explicit in Teaching.
  15. Lin, AMY., Lo, YY. (2015). Languaging in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Classrooms: implications for English across the curriculum. International Conference on English Across the Curriculum.
  16. Pennycook, A., De Souza, LM., Lin, AMY., Flores, N. (2015). The complicities of English language teaching: critical perspectives on LAC and CLIL. TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo.
  17. Lin, A., Wu, AY. (2014). The new fine-tuned MOI Policy in Hong Kong: a case for theoretical and methodological discussions on language policy research. AILA World Congress 2014.
  18. Lin, AMY. (2014). Towards paradigmatic change in TESOL methodologies: capitalizing on students' local linguistic and cultural resources. TESOL International Convention.
  19. Lin, AMY. (2013). 'Asia as Method' and its Strategy of Critical Syncretism. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society Conference, IACS 2013.
  20. Lin, AMY. (2013). Building Plurilingual TESOL Pedagogies from the Ground Up: Integrating Old and New Perspectives. International Symposium on Bilingualism.
  21. Lin, AMY., He, P., Liu, Y. (2013). Designing a framework for teacher education in "Content and Language Integrated Learning" (CLIL): Interaction between teacher identity and teacher knowledge base. ALP-CLIL 2013 Abstracts Book.
  22. Lin, AMY. (2013). Language-in-education policy and practice: experience from Hong Kong. International Colloquium on English as an Official Language in East Asia: Past, Present and Future.
  23. Lin, AMY., Cai, J. (2013). Scaffolding the novice academic writer from both “top down” and “bottom up”.
  24. Lin, A. (2013). The new fine-tuned medium of instruction policy in Hong Kong: analysis of policy interpretation and local implementation practices. PolySystemic Language & Educational Symposium.
  25. Lin, AMY., Liu, Y. (2013). Time-travel TV Drama Genres and Fan Fiction Communities in Contemporary China. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society Conference, IACS 2013.
  26. SONG, Y., Lin, AMY. (2012). A Genre-aware Approach to Online Journalism Education. Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences.
  27. Lin, AMY. (2012). Doing Language Play In Multilingual Hip Hop: The Heteroglossic Performance of English and Cantonese Identities by '24 Herbs' In Hong Kong. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA).
  28. Lin, MY. (2011). Accents, world Englishes, and the TESOL practitioner: some critical reflections. The TESOL Annual Convention.
  29. Lin, MY. (2011). Beyond immersion education: Multilingual resources in apprenticing students into communities of science learners. Annual Conferenc of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL).
  30. Poon, F., Lin, MY. (2011). Creating a school programme to cater for learner diversity: a school administrator’s journey and dialogue with an academic. TESOL Annual Convention.
  31. Lin, AMY. (2011). New Literacies in English Language Education: Theory and Practice. 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), Beijing, China, 23-28 August 2011.
  32. Lin, A. (2010). Grammatical metaphor in Cantonese and Cantonese as an academic language. Abstract Book of the 10th Workshop on Cantonese, WC-10.
  33. Lin, MY. (2010). Race and TESOL. TESOL Annual Convention.
  34. Lin, AMY. (2010). Self-presentation in on-line dating personals: a critical analysis of scam artists’ persuasive discourse. Crossroads 2010.
  35. Lin, AMY. (2009). What is Missing in the MOI Debates?: Perspectives from Cultural Studies and Research on Language and Identity.
  36. Lin, AMY. (2007). English language proficiency assessment for English language teachers in Hong Kong: Development and dilemmas. The APEC Symposium on Language Standards.
  37. Lin, A., Tong, A. (2006). Co-constructing a ‘Good Place’ (‘Eutopia’) in the virtual space: The social imaginary of a Hong Kong youth-initiated TV drama web-based Fangroup forum. The Conference on Cultural Space and Public Sphere in Asia.

 

Books
  1. Lin, AMY. (2013). The encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Blackwell.
  2. Luk, JCM., Lin, AMY. (2007). Classroom interactions as cross-cultural encounters: Native speakers in Efl lessons. Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

Book Chapters
  1. Lin, AMY., Li, DCS. (2015). Bi/multilingual literacies in literacy studies. Bi/multilingual literacies in literacy studies. In Rowsell, J & Pahl, K (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of literacy studies, p. 79-88. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge, 2015
  2. Poon, FKC., Lin, AMY. (2015). Building Inclusive Education from the Ground Up: The Transformative Experience of HKRSS Tai Po Secondary School (Hong Kong 2006–2013). Building Inclusive Education from the Ground Up: The Transformative Experience of HKRSS Tai Po Secondary School (Hong Kong 2006–2013). In Encarna Rodríguez (Ed.), Pedagogies and curriculums to (re)imagine public education: transnational tales of hope and resistance, p. 141-155. Singapore: Springer, 2015
  3. Lin, AMY. (2015). Egalitarian bi/multilingualism and trans-semiotizing in a global world. Egalitarian bi/multilingualism and trans-semiotizing in a global world. In Wright, WE; Boun, S & Garcia, O (Eds.), The handbook of bilingual and multilingual education, p. 19-37. West Sussex, UK ; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015
  4. Luk, GNY., Lin, AMY. (2015). L1 as a pedagogical resource in building students’ L2 academic literacy: Pedagogical innovation in the science classroom in a Hong Kong school. L1 as a pedagogical resource in building students’ L2 academic literacy: Pedagogical innovation in the science classroom in a Hong Kong school. In Jasone Cenoz & Durk Gorter (Eds.), Multilingual education: between language learning and translanguaging, p. 16-34. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015
  5. Lin, AMY. (2015). Researcher positionality. Researcher positionality. In Hult, FM & Johnson, DC (Eds.), Research methods in language policy and planning: A Practical Guide, p. 21-32. West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2015
  6. Lin, AMY., Cheung, CL. (2014). Designing an Engaging English Language Arts Curriculum for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Students: Capitalizing on Popular Cultural Resources. Designing an Engaging English Language Arts Curriculum for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Students: Capitalizing on Popular Cultural Resources. In Benson, P & Chik, A (Eds.), Popular Culture, Pedagogy and Teacher Education: International perspectives, p. 138-150. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2014
  7. Lin, AMY. (2014). Hip-Hop Heteroglossia as Practice, Pleasure, and Public Pedagogy: Translanguaging in the lyrical poetics of '24 Herbs' in Hong Kong. Hip-Hop Heteroglossia as Practice, Pleasure, and Public Pedagogy: Translanguaging in the lyrical poetics of '24 Herbs' in Hong Kong. In Blackledge, A & Creese, A (Eds.), Heteroglossia as Practice and Pedagogy, p. 119-136. Heidelberg: Springer, 2014
  8. Lin, A. (2013). Critical discourse analysis: Overview. Critical discourse analysis: Overview. In Chapelle, CA (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, p. 1466-1471. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
  9. Lin, AMY. (2013). Discussant's Response to Section 2: Breaking the hegemonic knowledge claims in language policy and education: 'The Global South as Method'. Discussant's Response to Section 2: Breaking the hegemonic knowledge claims in language policy and education: 'The Global South as Method'. In Shoba, JA & Chimbutane, F (Eds.), Bilingual education and language policy in the Global South, p. 223-231. New York: Routledge, 2013
  10. Lin, AMY., Li, DCS. (2012). Codeswitching. Codeswitching. In Martin-Jones, M .. (Eds.)(et al), The Routledge handbook of multilingualism, p. 470-481. London: Routledge, 2012
  11. Lin, AMY. (2012). Critical practice in English language education in Hong Kong : challenges and possibilities. Critical practice in English language education in Hong Kong : challenges and possibilities. In Leung, C and Street, BV (Eds.), English : a changing medium for education, p. 79-103. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2012
  12. Lin, AMY. (2012). Critical practice in English language education in Hong Kong: Challenges and possibilities. Critical practice in English language education in Hong Kong: Challenges and possibilities. In Sung, K, Pederson, R (Eds.), Critical ELT practices in Asia: Key Issues, Practices, and Possibilities, p. 71-83. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers, 2012
  13. Lin, AMY., Tong, AHM. (2012). Mobile cultures of migrant workers in Southern China: Informal literacies in the negotiation of (new) social relations of the new working women. Mobile cultures of migrant workers in Southern China: Informal literacies in the negotiation of (new) social relations of the new working women. In Law, PL (Ed.), New connectivities in China: virtual, actual and local interactions, p. 81-93. Dordrecht; New York: Springer, 2012
  14. Lin, A. (2012). Multilingual and multimodal resources in L2 English content classrooms. Multilingual and multimodal resources in L2 English content classrooms. In Leung, C, and Street, B (Eds.), "English" in Education. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, 2012, p. 79-103
  15. Lin, AMY., Poon, F. (2011). Creating a school program to cater to learner diversity : a dialogue between a school administrator and an academic. Creating a school program to cater to learner diversity : a dialogue between a school administrator and an academic. In Hawkins, MR (Ed.), Social justice language teacher eduction, p. 124-161. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2011
  16. Poon, F., Lin, A. (2011). Creating a school programme to cater for learner diversity: A school administrator’s journey and dialogue with an academic. Creating a school programme to cater for learner diversity: A school administrator’s journey and dialogue with an academic. In Hawkins, MR (Ed.), Social Justice Language Teacher Eduction, p. 124-161. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2011
  17. Lin, A., Kubota, R. (2011). Discourse and race. Discourse and race. In Hyland, K and Paltridge, B (Eds.), Continuum Companion to Discourse Analysis, p. 277-290. London: Continuum, 2011
  18. Lin, AMY., Man, EYF. (2011). Doing-hip-hop in the transformation of youth identities: Social class, habitus, and cultural capital. Doing-hip-hop in the transformation of youth identities: Social class, habitus, and cultural capital. In Higgins, C (Ed.), Negotiating the Self in a Second Language: Identity Formation and Cross-Cultural Adaptation in a Globalizing World. London: London: Equinox, 2011, p. 201-219
  19. Lee, FLF., Lin, MY. (2011). Officials’ accountability performance on Hong Kong talk radio: the case of the Financial Secretary Hotline. Officials’ accountability performance on Hong Kong talk radio: the case of the Financial Secretary Hotline. In Ekström, M and Patrona, M (Eds.), Talking politics in broadcast media: Cross-cultural perspectives on political interviewing, journalism and accountability, p. 223–242. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2011
  20. Lin, A. (2011). The bilingual verbal art of Fama : linguistic hybridity and creativity of a Hong Kong hip-hop group. The bilingual verbal art of Fama : linguistic hybridity and creativity of a Hong Kong hip-hop group. In Swann, J .. (Eds.)(et al), Creativity in language and literature : the state of the art, p. 55-67. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011
  21. Lin, MY., Man, YF. (2011). The context and development of language policy and knowledge production in universities in Hong Kong. The context and development of language policy and knowledge production in universities in Hong Kong. In Davis, KA (Ed.), Critical Qualitative Research in Second Language Studies: Agency and Advocacy, p. 99-113. Greenwich, CN: Information Age Publishing, 2011
  22. Lin, AMY. (2011). The hip hop music scene in Hong Kong: hybridity and identity in youth culture. The hip hop music scene in Hong Kong: hybridity and identity in youth culture. In Lee, JS and Moody, A (Eds.), English in Asian popular culture, p. 59-74. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2011
  23. Lin, AMY. (2010). Curriculum: Foreign language learning. Curriculum: Foreign language learning. In Peterson, P, Baker, E, and McGaw, B (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education, v. 1, p. 428-434. Oxford: Elsevier, 2010
  24. Lin, A. (2010). English and me: My language learning journey. English and me: My language learning journey. In Nunan, D and Choi, J (Eds.), Language and Culture: Reflective Narratives and the Emergence of Identity, p. 118-124. New York: Routledge, 2010
  25. Lin, A. (2010). Researching intercultural communication: Discourse tactics in non-egalitarian contexts. Researching intercultural communication: Discourse tactics in non-egalitarian contexts. In Streeck, J (Ed.), New Adventures in Language and Interaction, p. 125-144. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2010
  26. Lin, AMY. (2009). Englishization with an attitude: Cantonese-English lyrics in Hong Kong. Englishization with an attitude: Cantonese-English lyrics in Hong Kong. In Tam, KK (Ed.), Englishization in Asia: Language and Cultural Issues, p. 207-217. Hong Kong, China: Open University of Hong Kong Press, 2009
  27. Lin, A. (2009). The narrowing of intellectual space by Western management discourses : higher education in Hong Kong. The narrowing of intellectual space by Western management discourses : higher education in Hong Kong. In Poole, GS and Chen, YC (Eds.), Higher education in East Asia: Neoliberalism and the professoriate, p. 107-121. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2009
  28. Lin, A. (2009). 嘻哈在香港?!——粵語流行音樂的影響與流派的混合. Indigenization of Hip Hop music in Hong Kong: Genre hybridity and influences of Cantopop. In Fung, YH (Eds.), The development of Cantopop in Hong Kong, p. 221-246. Hong Kong: Subculture Press, 2009
  29. Lin, A. (2008). Code-switching in the classroom: Research paradigms and approaches. Code-switching in the classroom: Research paradigms and approaches. In King, KA and Hornberger, NH (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education Second Edition - Research Methods in Language and Education, v. 10, p. 273-286. New York: Springer Science, 2008
  30. Lin, AMY. (2008). Modernity, postmodernity, and the future of “identity”: Implications for educators. Modernity, postmodernity, and the future of “identity”: Implications for educators. In Lin, AMY (Ed.), Problematizing Identity: Everyday Struggles in Language, Culture, and Education, p. 199-219. New York ; London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008
  31. Lin, A., Tong, A. (2008). Re-Imagining a cosmopolitan ‘Asian us’: Korean media flows and imaginaries of Asian modern femininities. Re-Imagining a cosmopolitan ‘Asian us’: Korean media flows and imaginaries of Asian modern femininities. In Huat, CB, and Iwabuchi, K (Eds.), East Asian Pop Culture: Analysing the Korean Wave, p. 91-125. Hong Kong, China: Hong Kong University Press, 2008
  32. Lin, A. (2008). The ecology of literacy in Hong Kong. The ecology of literacy in Hong Kong. In Hornberger, NH (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 2nd Edition: Ecology of Language, v. 9, p. 291-303. New York: Springer Science, 2008
  33. Lin, A. (2008). The identity game and discursive struggles of everyday life: An introduction. The identity game and discursive struggles of everyday life: An introduction. In Lin, AMY (Ed.), Problematizing Identity: Everyday Struggles in Language, Culture, and Education, p. 1-10. New York: Routledge, 2008
  34. Lin, A. (2008). “Respect for da Chopstick Hip Hop”: The politics, poetics, and pedagogy of Cantonese verbal art in Hong Kong. “Respect for da Chopstick Hip Hop”: The politics, poetics, and pedagogy of Cantonese verbal art in Hong Kong. In Alim, HS, Ibrahim, A, and Pennycook, A (Eds.), Global Linguistic Flows: Hip Hop Cultures, Youth Identities, and the Politics of Language, p. 159-177. New York, NY: Routledge, 2008
  35. Lin, AMY. (2006). From learning English in a colony to working as a female TESOL professional of color: A personal odyssey. From learning English in a colony to working as a female TESOL professional of color: A personal odyssey. In Curtis, A and Romney, M (Eds.), Color, Race, and English Language Teaching: Shades of Meaning, p. 65-80. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006
  36. Luk, JCM., Lin, AMY. (2006). Uncovering the sociopolitical situatedness of accents in the world Englishes paradigm. Uncovering the sociopolitical situatedness of accents in the world Englishes paradigm. In Hughes, R (Ed.), Spoken English, TESOL and Applied Linguistics : Challenges for Theory and Practice, p. 3-22. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
  37. Lin, A. (2005). Doing verbal play: Creative work of Cantonese working class schoolboys in Hong Kong. Doing verbal play: Creative work of Cantonese working class schoolboys in Hong Kong. In Abbas, A, Erni, JN (Eds.), Internationalizing Cultural Studies: An Anthology, p. 317-329. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2005
  38. Lin, AMY., Luk, JCM. (2005). Local creativity in the face of global domination: Insights of Bakhtin for teaching English for dialogic communication. Local creativity in the face of global domination: Insights of Bakhtin for teaching English for dialogic communication. In Hall, JK, Vitanova, G, and Marchenkova, LA (Eds.), Contributions of Mikhail Bakhtin to Understanding Second and Foreign Language Learning, p. 77-98. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2005
  39. Lin, A., Wang, W., Akamatsu, N., Riazi, M. (2005). Transnational TESOL professionals and teaching English for glocalized communication (TEGCOM). Transnational TESOL professionals and teaching English for glocalized communication (TEGCOM). In Canagarajah, AS (Ed.), Reclaiming the Local in Language Policy and Practice, p. 197-222. Mahwah, New Jersey: Routledge, 2005
  40. Lin, A., Lo, WT. (2004). Discursive construction of knowledge and narratives about gangster youth: A critical discourse analysis of social work research interviews. Discursive construction of knowledge and narratives about gangster youth: A critical discourse analysis of social work research interviews. In Ng, SH, Candlin, CN, Chiu, CY (Eds.), Language Matters: Communication, Culture, and Identity, p. 425-449. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2004
  41. Lin, AMY. (2004). Introducing a critical pedagogical curriculum: A feminist, reflexive account. Introducing a critical pedagogical curriculum: A feminist, reflexive account. In Norton, B and Toohey, K (Eds.), Critical pedagogies and language learning, p. 271-290. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2004
  42. Lin, AMY. (2002). Genres of symbolic violence: Beauty contest discourse practices in Hong Kong. Genres of symbolic violence: Beauty contest discourse practices in Hong Kong. In Li, DCS (Ed.), Discourses In Search of Members: In Honor of Ron Scollon, p. 299-315. New York: Lanham: University Press of America, 2002
  43. Lin, A. (2001). Language and gender. Language and gender. In Levine, P, Aylward, L (Eds.), Language and Society in Hong Kong (Unit 7), p. 1-32. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong Press, 2001
  44. Lin, AMY. (2000). Deconstructing "mixed code". Deconstructing "mixed code". In Li, DCS, Lin, AMY, and Tsang, WK (Eds.), Language and Education in postcolonial Hong Kong, p. 179-194. Hong Kong, China: Linguistic Society of Hong Kong, 2000
  45. Lin, AMY. (1997). Bilingual education in Hong Kong. Bilingual education in Hong Kong. In Cummins J and Corson, D (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education: Volume 5: Bilingual Education, v. 5, p. 281-289. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997
  46. Lin, AMY., Akamatsu, N. (1997). The learnability and psychological processing of reading in Chinese and English: Differences and similarities. The learnability and psychological processing of reading in Chinese and English: Differences and similarities. In Chen, HC (Ed.), Cognitive Processing of Chinese and Related Asian Languages, p. 369-387. Hong Kong, China: The Chinese University Press, 1997

 

Professional Community Services
Professional Societies
  1. 2006-2011: Associate Editor, Linguistics and Education
  2. 2006-2009: Director-at-large (elected), American Association for Applied Linguistics
  3. 09/2007 - Present: Director-at-large (elected), International Society for Language Studies (ISLS)

 

Knowledge Exchange Activities
  1. 2016-06-18 to 2016-06-18: How language varies: Understanding differences between everyday languages and academic languages & implications for teaching students in English Programs, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  2. 2015-11-14 to 2015-11-14: Improving students’ English using authentic content-based materials: A genre-based approach to teaching content and language, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  3. 2015-10-24 to 2015-10-24: Connecting reading and writing: A genre-based approach to enhancing academic English literacies, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  4. 2015-06-26 to 2015-06-26: Buy one get one free?” Content and language integrated learning (CLIL), Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  5. 2015-06-26 to 2015-06-26: “Buy one get one free?” Content and language integrated learning (CLIL), Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  6. 2015-06-20 to 2015-06-20: Buy one get one free?” A whole-school approach to content and language integrated learning (CLIL), Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  7. 2015-06-20 to 2015-06-20: • “Buy one get one free?” A whole-school approach to content and language integrated learning (CLIL), Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  8. 2015-05-27 to 2015-06-13: Connecting Reading and Writing in the Secondary English Language Classroom , Short Course for Continuing Professional Development Organized by HKU
  9. 2015-04-24 to 2015-04-24: Curriculum planning and pedagogy for quality language education, Other KE Activity Types
  10. 2015-04-24 to 2015-04-24: Curriculum planning and pedagogy for quality language education, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  11. 2014-11-25 to 2014-11-25: Developing Critical Literacies Among Undergraduate Students: ‘Critical Readings of Popular Culture’, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  12. 2014-11-15 to 2014-11-15: Developing Critical Literacies Among Undergraduate Students: ‘Critical Readings of Popular Culture’, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  13. 2014-07-15 to 2014-07-15: Towards paradigmatic change in TESOL methodologies: Building plurilingual pedagogies from the ground up., Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  14. 2014-07-11 to 2014-07-11: Egalitarian Bi/multilingualism and trans-semiotizing in a global world. , Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  15. 2014-06-20 to 2014-06-20: Reading and Writing Skills for Physics and Mathematics , Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  16. 2014-06-18 to 2014-06-18: Language Across the Curriculum, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  17. 2014-02-21 to 2014-02-21: Language Across the Curriculum, Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  18. 2013-08-29 to 2013-08-29: Language Across the Curriculum—Teachers’ Capacity Building , Public Event (Delivering a Talk, Workshop, Exhibition, Performance, etc.)
  19. 2013-06-29 to 2013-06-29: Designing science lessons with language awareness. Workshop co-delivered to 15 science and English teachers (co-organized with Hong Kong Education Bureau—Curriculum Development Institute (Science Section), Other KE Activity Types
  20. 2013-06-19 to 2013-06-19: Teaching science with language awareness. Seminar co-delivered to 90 science and English teachers at the University of Hong Kong (co-organized with Hong Kong Education Bureau—Curriculum Development Institute (Science Section)), Other KE Activity Types
  21. 2013-04-08 to 2014-06-30: Consultant to book project, Books and Other Media (Newspaper, Radio/TV, etc.) for Non-academic Audiences
  22. 2013-03-01 to 2013-06-30: Co-ordinator & Workshop Materials Designer, Connecting Reading and Writing in Secondary Schools. Short Course co-organized with Hong Kong Education Bureau—Curriculum Development Institute (English Section), Short Course for Continuing Professional Development Organized by HKU
  23. 2013-03-01 to 2013-06-30: Co-ordinator & Workshop Materials Designer, Reading in the Primary School: Connecting to Junior Secondary Levels. Short Course co-organized with Hong Kong Education Bureau—Curriculum Development Institute (English Section), Short Course for Continuing Professional Development Organized by HKU
  24. 2013-03-01 to 2015-12-31: LAC Resource Website: http://angelli0.wix.com/literacy-in-english (ongoing activity), KE Website and Mobile Device
  25. 2013-01-01 to 2013-04-30: Co-ordinator & Workshop Materials Designer, Reading Across the Curriculum in Primary Schools. Short Course co-organized with Hong Kong Education Bureau—Curriculum Development Institute (English Section), Short Course for Continuing Professional Development Organized by HKU
  26. 2013-01-01 to 2013-07-31: LAC Resource Persons Post-course support offered to 3 schools (for the LAC Resources Workshops co-organized with Hong Kong Education Bureau (Commission & Planning), Short Course for Continuing Professional Development Organized by HKU
  27. 2012-10-22 to 2012-10-22: Language across the curriculum for science and mathematics. Workshop given to 20 science and math teachers at the Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School, Other KE Activity Types
  28. 2012-09-01 to 2013-09-15: Hong Kong Urban Classroom Culture. Local dilemmas and opportunities in EMI-based multilingual schools, Books and Other Media (Newspaper, Radio/TV, etc.) for Non-academic Audiences
  29. 2012-08-11 to 2012-08-11: Going off-course: Fine-tuning the MOI policy in Hong Kong, for whom and with what consequence (South China Morning Post, 11 August 2012), Books and Other Media (Newspaper, Radio/TV, etc.) for Non-academic Audiences
  30. 2012-07-09 to 2013-07-12: Nominated Miss CHEUNG Tung-ping of Munsang College for the Chief-Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence (2012-13) and Miss CHEUNG was given the award in July 2013, Other KE Activity Types
  31. 2012-06-02 to 2012-06-02: Officiating Guest of Honour, Hong Kong Red Swastika Society Tai Po Secondary School, Graduation Ceremony, Other KE Activity Types
  32. 2012-05-19 to 2012-05-19: Judge and Guest of Honour, Tin Shui Wai Interschool English Drama Competition, Xianggang Putonghua Yanxishe Primary School of Science and Creativity, Other KE Activity Types
  33. 2012-01-18 to 2012-01-18: Reading Across the Curriculum and Academic Study Skills. Workshop given to 120 students at Kowloon True Light Middle School, 18 January 2012., Other KE Activity Types
  34. 2012-01-18 to 2012-01-18: • Reading Across the Curriculum and Academic Study Skills. Workshop given to 120 students at Kowloon True Light Middle School, Other KE Activity Types
  35. 2012-01-09 to 2012-01-09: Language Across the Curriculum: Raising language awareness of content teachers. Teachers’ workshop given at Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School, Other KE Activity Types
  36. 2012-01-09 to 2012-01-09: Language Across the Curriculum: Raising language awareness of content teachers. Teachers’ workshop given at Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School, 9 January 2012., Other KE Activity Types
  37. 2012-01-01 to 2015-12-31: Popular Culture and Language Education Community Website: http://pclechku.wordpress.com/ (ongoing activity), KE Website and Mobile Device

 

Invited Lectures & Keynote Speeches
  1. 2015-11-01: Romance and intimacy in online dating: A critical analysis of scam artists’ romance discourseGuest lecture delivered at the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  2. 2015-06-01: “Buy one get one free?” A whole-school approach to content and language integrated learning (CLIL).A three-hour seminar delivered to over 80 school administrators and teachers at the Association of Private Schools for English Programs (APEP), Bangkok, Thailand
  3. 2015-06-01: “Buy one get one free?” Content and language integrated learning (CLIL).2-hour seminar delivered to over 90 foreign teachers teaching in the English Program, Sarasas Ektra Bilingual School, Bangkok, Thailand
  4. 2015-05-01: Special issue: Designing multilingual and multimodal CLIL frameworks for EFL studentsInternational Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
  5. 2015-04-01: Curriculum planning and pedagogy for quality language education.Paper presented at the International Round Table organized by the Standing Committee on Language Education and Research (SCOLAR).Hong Kong SAR Government, Hong Kong. (KE activity)
  6. 2015-02-01: Designing assessment tasks with language awareness in CLIL: Balancing cognitive and linguistic demands.Paper presented at the 5th PolySystemic Language and Education Symposium and Workshops. The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
  7. 2014-11-01: Beyond the Korean Wave: Towards critical readings of Korean and Mainland Chinese TV dramas.Paper presented at the International Symposium on Global Networks and Challenges to the Korean Society, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea.
  8. 2014-11-01: Developing Critical Literacies Among Undergraduate Students: ‘Critical Readings of Popular Culture’.Seminar given at the Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea. (KE activity)
  9. 2014-11-01: Developing critical literacies among undergraduate students: ‘Critical Readings of Popular Culture’.Seminar given at the Shantou University, China. (KE activity)
  10. 2014-10-01: Content and language integrated learning (CLIL): A new trend in English language education.Invited paper presented at the 2014 CUHK English Language Education Symposium: Current Trends in Second Language Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  11. 2014-10-01: Content and language integrated learning (CLIL): A new trend in TESOL?Invited paper presented at the KOTESOL-KAFLE International Conference, 4-5 October 2014, Seoul, South Korea.
  12. 2014-10-01: Young learners as content-creators: New media in TESOL.Invited paper presented at the KOTESOL-KAFLE International Conference, 4-5 October 2014, Seoul, South Korea.
  13. 2014-08-01: Designing assessment tasks with language awareness in EMI education.Workshop delivered to over 50 teachers at St Margaret’s School, Hong Kong
  14. 2014-08-01: Designing assessment tasks with language awareness in EMI education. Workshop delivered to over 50 teachers at St Margaret’s School, Hong Kong, 25 August 2014 (Co-presenting with Prof. Steve Andrews and Dr. Yuen Yi Lo).
  15. 2014-08-01: Introducing CLIL: Integrating language learning with the content areas.Workshop delivered to over 20 curriculum leaders (year coordinators, department heads) at the Sarasas Ektra Bilingual School, Bangkok, Thailand
  16. 2014-08-01: Introducing CLIL: Integrating language learning with the content areas. Workshop delivered to over 20 curriculum leaders (year coordinators, department heads) at the Sarasas Ektra Bilingual School, Bangkok, Thailand, 18 August 2014.
  17. 2014-07-01: Egalitarian Bi/multilingualism and trans-semiotizing in a global world.Seminar delivered at the Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Canada. (KE activity)
  18. 2014-07-01: Egalitarian Bi/multilingualism and trans-semiotizing in a global world. Seminar delivered at the Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University, Canada.
  19. 2014-07-01: Towards paradigmatic change in TESOL methodologies: Building plurilingual pedagogies from the ground up.Seminar delivered at the Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Canada.
  20. 2014-07-01: Towards paradigmatic change in TESOL methodologies: Building plurilingual pedagogies from the ground up.Seminar delivered at the Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, Canada. (KE activity)
  21. 2014-06-01: Language Across the Curriculum.Workshop delivered to 30 teachers at DMHC Siu Ming Catholic Secondary School, Hong Kong,18 June 2014. (Co-presenting with Dr. Yuen Yi Lo)
  22. 2014-06-01: Reading and Writing Skills for Physics and Mathematics. Workshop delivered to over 20 teachers at Hoi Ping Chamber of Commerce Secondary School, 20 June 2014.
  23. 2014-05-01: Bilingual education and academic literacies.Seminar delivered at the University of Shantou, China.
  24. 2014-05-01: Bilingual education and academic literacies.Seminar delivered at the University of Shantou, China. (KE activity)
  25. 2014-02-01: Language Across the Curriculum. Workshop delivered to over 100 teachers at the Hong Kong Vocational Training Council, 21 February 2014.
  26. 2013-10-01: “To have your cake and eat it too”—Bridging pedagogies and multiplying medium of instruction models. Seminar delivered at the Hong Kong Association of Applied Linguistics (HAAL) Annual General Meeting.
  27. 2013-08-01: From text analysis to resources for teaching and learning: Developing teaching resources for the MEd-LAC Programme.Faculty Research Theme (L1 & L2 Academic Literacies) seminar delivered at the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong.
  28. 2013-08-01: Language Across the Curriculum—Teachers’ Capacity Building. Workshop delivered to 120 teachers at St. Margaret’s Co-educational Secondary and Primary School, 29 August 2013.
  29. 2013-04-01: Scaffolding the novice academic writer from both “top down” and “bottom up”Paper presented at the Centre for Applied English Studies (CAES), University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  30. 2013-03-01: Two secrets of success in early literacy education in English: The alphabetic principle and whole language approach.Seminar given at the International Conference on Early Years Education, British Council, Hong Kong.
  31. 2013-01-01: "Asia as Method”: Transforming the condition of knowledge production and the structure of selfKeynote paper presented at the International Conference on the Language Sciences and the Developing World, Lahore College for Women University, 11-13 January 2013, Lahore, Pakistan.
  32. 2012-12-01: Woman as subject of desire: Re-designing the subjectivities of “cosmopolitan Asian women” in Korean TV dramas.Paper presented in Yonsei University, South Korea.
  33. 2012-11-01: What’s ‘New’ in New Literacies: Paradigmatic Change in Educational Design in the Era of Web 2.0 and BeyondKeynote paper presented at the 2012 English Teachers’ Association International Symposium, 9-11 November 2012, Taipei, Taiwan.
  34. 2012-10-01: Classroom code-switching: 3 decades of researchKeynote paper presented at the Free Linguistics Conference, 6-7 October 2012, University of Sydney, Australia.
  35. 2012-10-01: What’s new in new literacies?Paper presented in the Miranda House College, University of New Delhi, India.
  36. 2011-11-01: 1. Towards Transformation of Structure of Knowledge and Subjectivity: Insights from ‘Asia as Method’. Keynote paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity, 22-25 November 2011, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
  37. 2011-09-01: Using New Literacies and Popular Cultural Genres to Engage EFL Learners. Keynote paper presented at the 2nd Educators’ Congress, 30 September 2011, De La Salle University, Manila, The Philippines.
  38. 2011-06-01: Designing a Culturally Responsive English Curriculum for Hong Kong Students: Capitalizing on popular culture genres and themesKeynote speech presented at Hong Kong Association of Applied Linguistics (HAAL) 4th Annual Conference, 25 June 2011, Hong Kong.
  39. 2011-04-01: Using Popular Culture and New Media to Engage Young Learners of EnglishKeynote speech presented at the 46th Regional English Language Centre (RELC) Seminar, 18-20 April 2011, SEAMEO (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization) Regional Language Centre, Singapore.
  40. 2011-03-01: Asia as Method: Transforming structure of knowledge and subjectivitiesKeynote paper presented at the 17th International Workshop on Discourse Studies, 24-25 March 2011, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain.
  41. 2011-01-01: Grammatical Metaphors in Chinese & English: Implications for bridging L1 & L2 academic literaciesPaper presented at the Language and Education Symposium, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  42. 2010-12-01: How to help students to learn science in English. Keynote speech delivered at the 2nd Symposium on Language and Literacy in Science Learning. Organized by the Curriculum Development Unit (Science Section), Hong Kong Education Bureau, 18 December 2010.
  43. 2010-12-01: The global learner and the 21st centuryPaper presented at the Asian Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Education Deans Meeting, University of Hong Kong, 1-3 December 2010.
  44. 2010-07-01: Exploiting Popular Culture in TESOL Practice: Insights from Cultural StudiesKeynote speech delivered at the Australian Council of TESOL Associations—International TESOL Conference, 1-10 July 2010, Gold Coast, Australia.
  45. 2010-06-01: How to teach academic science language. Keynote speech delivered to 150 science teachers in the Symposium on Language & Literacy in Science Learning, organized by Hong Kong Education Bureau (Curriculum Development Institute—Science Education Section), 24 June 2010.
  46. 2010-05-01: The “popular cultural” turn in education in the 21st century: Cultural studies for ELT practitionersKeynote speech presented at the CELC Conference, 25-28 May 2010, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  47. 2010-02-01: The Critical and the Affective in New LiteraciesKeynote speech presented at the Teacher Conference on New Literacies in Action, 20 March 2010, University of Hong Kong

 

Editorship
  1. 2015: Guest editor of a special issue, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
  2. 2013: Critical discourse analysis (Area Editor), The encyclopedia of applied linguistics
  3. 2011: Associate Editor, (2006-2011)., Linguistics and Education (Indexed in SCOPUS)

 

Community Service
  1. 2016-01-01 to 2017-09-01: Member, Dean Search Committee
  2. 2015-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, English Teaching: Practice and Critique (Indexed in ISI, SCOPUS, SSCI, ERIC)
  3. 2014-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, TESOL Quarterly (Indexed in SSCI)
  4. 2014-05-01 to 2018-06-01: Judge, Annual Book Report Competition for Secondary School Students, organised by Hong Kong Educational Publishing Co.
  5. 2012-04-01 to 2015-04-01: Member, Public Library Consultative Committee, Hong Kong Government
  6. 2010-09-01 to 2020-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Asian Journal of Communication
  7. 2010-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Education Journal
  8. 2010-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Journal of Asia TEFL
  9. 2009-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Applied Linguistics (Indexed in SSCI and SCOPUS)
  10. 2009-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Pragmatics and Society
  11. 2008-09-01 to 2015-06-01: Editorial Board Member, British Educational Research Journal (Indexed in SSCI)
  12. 2007-09-01 to 2008-08-01: Member, TESOL Quarterly Editor Search Committee
  13. 2006-09-01 to 2013-08-01: Editorial Board Member, International Multilingual Research Journal
  14. 2006-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Language and Education
  15. 2006-01-01 to 2011-12-01: Associate editor, Linguistics and Education (Indexed in SCOPUS)
  16. 2005-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Asia Pacific Journal of Education
  17. 2005-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Asian Journal of English Language Teaching
  18. 2005-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
  19. 2005-09-01 to 2008-08-01: Editorial Board Member, TESOL Quarterly (Indexed in SSCI)
  20. 2005-05-01 to 2013-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Pedagogies
  21. 2004-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Journal of Critical Discourse Studies
  22. 2003-09-01 to 2018-08-01: Editorial Board Member, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies

 

Others
Teaching List, Current
  1. 2016-17 Semester 2, EDUR6010, 2A, Qualitative Research Methods I
  2. 2016-17 Semester 2, EDUR6011, 2A, Qualitative Research Methods II
  3. 2016-17 Semester 1, EDUR8022, 1A, Research on Using English as a Medium of Instruction in Content Areas
  4. 2015-16 Semester 2, MEDD6318, 2A, Bridging pedagogy in school-based language across the curriculum
  5. 2015-16 Semester 1, CCHU9046, 1A, Critical Readings of Popular Culture
  6. 2015-16 Semester 1, EDUR8021, 1A, Ideological and Discursive Construction of Knowledge in Language Education
  7. 2014 S2, CCHU9031, 2A, Language Play as Social Communication in Multilingual Settings
  8. 2014 S2, MEDD6318, 2A, Bridging pedagogy in school-based language across the curriculum
  9. 2014 S2, MEDD6319, 2A, Principles and practice of language across the curriculum
  10. 2014 S2, MEDD6709, 2A, An introduction to sociolinguistics
  11. 2014 S1, CCHU9046, 1A, Critical Readings of Popular Culture
  12. 2014 S1, EDUR8021, 1A, Ideological and Discursive Construction of Knowledge in Language Education
  13. 2013 S2, CCHU9031, 2A, Language Play as Social Communication in Multilingual Settings
  14. 2013 S2, CCHU9046, 2A, Critical Readings of Popular Culture
  15. 2013 S2, EDUR8021, 2A, Ideological and Discursive Construction of Knowledge in Language Education
  16. 2013 S2, MEDD6318, 2A, Bridging pedagogy in school-based language across the curriculum
  17. 2013 S2, MEDD6319, 2A, Principles and practice of language across the curriculum

 

Supervision of Research Postgraduate Students
  1. 2016 Phd Qu Jiaqi, Pedagogy, Second Language Acquisition, Language Assessment, etc.
  2. 2015 MPhil Lai Haiwen, Content and Language Integrated Learning
  3. 2015 Phd Huang Fanglei, Linguistic Landscape, Language Policy, Language Ideology
  4. 2014 Phd Zhang Lei, Bilingual Education
  5. 2014 Phd Lai Haiyan, English Language Teaching
  6. 2013 Phd Ching Yuen Wah Farrah, Language Education
  7. 2012 Phd Wu Yanming, English Language Education
  8. 2011 Phd Liu Yiqi, Critical Gender Awareness of Hong Kong Chinese Students in EMI and CMI Liberal Studies, Critical Literacy and Pedagogy
  9. 2011 Phd Fleming Kara Kathleen, Ideology, identity and linguistic repertoires among South Asian students in Hong Kong, Linguistics
  10. 2010 Phd Cai Jing, An Integrated Genre-based Approach to Scaffolding Novice Academic Writers: Genre Awareness, Academic Lexical Phrases and Student Uptake, Second Language Acquisition
  11. 2010 Phd Song Yang, Making News Online: A Case Study of Online Journalism Education, ESL Acquisition, Writing and Speaking
  12. 2008 Phd Pan Fu Chun Nicol, Doing Research as the Care of the Self: Postgraduate Research Student Experiences and Practices, Information Technology in Education
  13. 2008 Phd He Peichang, Learning to teach in school-university partnership: Tensions, agency and identity, Second Language Teacher Education; English Teaching Methodology; Teacher Professional Development; Applied Linguistics

 

HKU Committee Appointments
  1. 2012-12-01 to 2013-08-31: BoS in Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Science, From the Faculty of Education: (a) An Associate Dean or his/her representative
  2. 2012-07-01 to 2013-08-31: BoS in Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Social Sciences, (b) An Associate Dean or his/her representative
  3. 2010-12-15 to 2013-08-31: Teaching and Learning Quality Committee, The Chairman of each Faculty Teaching and Learning Quality Committee
  4. 2010-12-01 to 2013-08-31: BoS in Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education in Language Education, From the Faculty of Education: (a) The Dean or his/her representative
  5. 2010-11-16 to 2013-08-31: Joint Consultative Committee of HKU-SPACE and Faculties, The Faculty Associate Deans whose responsibilities include lifelong learning, nominated by Faculty Deans.
  6. 2010-02-01 to Present: Faculty of Education, Board of the, The teachers who are members of the Faculty and who are full-time employees of the University

 

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