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Keynote Speaker










Principal Investigator
Professor Vijay K Bhatia

Department of English and Communication
City University of Hong Kong


ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Vijay Bhatia has recently retired as a Visiting Professor from the Department of English. He is the founding President of the LSP and Professional Communication Association for the Asia-Pacific Rim. He has been in the teaching profession for 46 years. Before joining the City University in 1993, he worked at the National University of Singapore (1983-1993). Some of his recent research projects include Analyzing Genre-bending in Corporate Disclosure Documents, and International Arbitration Practice: A Discourse Analytical Study, in which he leads research teams from more than 20 countries. His research interests are: Genre Analysis of academic and professional discourses, including, legal, business, newspaper, advertising, genres; ESP and Professional Communication; simplification of legal and other public documents; cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary variations in professional genres. He has to his credit more than a hundred publications, which include journal articles, books chapters, edited volumes, and individually written books. Two of his books, Analysing Genre: Language Use in Professional Settings and Worlds of Written Discourse: A Genre-based View, are widely used in genre theory and practice









Professor and Chair
Professor Mei-Jung Wang

Department of Applied English
National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Toursim

sebrina@mail.nkuht.edu.tw

現職:國立高雄餐旅大學 應用英語系  教授兼系主任

學歷:

國立高雄師範大學英語研究所博士

英國愛丁堡大學應用語言學系碩士

國立台灣師範大學英語系學士

研究專長:閱讀教學、電腦輔助教學、ESP

2009-2013著作目錄

國外期刊

Wang, M.-J., Chen, H. C. (2013). Social presence for different tasks and perceived learning in online hospitality culture exchange. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(5), 667-684. (SSCI)

Wang, M. J. & Chen, H. C. (2012). Emotions and pair trust in asynchronous hospitality cultural exchange for students in Taiwan and Hong Kong. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 11(4), 119-131. (SSCI Impact Factor: 0.956) (NSC 100-2511-S-328-001-)

Wang, M. J. (2011). Using multimodal presentation software and peer group discussion in learning English as a second language. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(6), 907-923. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.527)

(NSC 99-2410-H-328-007-)

Wang, M. J. (2010). Online collaboration and offline interaction between students using asynchronous tools in blended learning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 26(6), 830-846. (SSCI; Impact Factor: 1.655) (NSC 97-2914-I-328-002-A1) 

Wang, M. J. & Ip, K. I. (2010). Tasks and challenges faced by teachers in handling an online project. Asian EFL Journal, 12(4), 143-158. http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/PDF/Volume-12-Issue-4-Wang&Ip.pdf

Wang, M. J. (2009). Web based projects enhancing English language and generic       skills development for Asian hospitality industry students. Australasian Journal      of Educational Technology, 25(5), 611-626. (NSC96-2411-H-328-001) (SSCI)

 

國內期刊

Wang, M. J. & Goodman, D. (2012). Automated writing evaluation: Students’ perceptions and emotional involvement. English Teaching & Learning, 36(3), 1-37.THCI-core(NSC100-2511-S-328-001-)

Wang, M. J. & Lin, W. C. (2012). Exploring the relationship between EFL students’ writing errors and genres of reading articles: the case of an online reading and writing competition. Providence Forum: Language and Humanities, 5(2), 53-72. THCI)(ISSN 2078-4872

Wang, M. J., & Chen, H. C. (2012). The influence of teacher presence in blended learning: A case study in a postgraduate course. Taipei Municipal University of Education Language Journal,8(2), 1-28.

Wang, M. J., & Hou, H. I. (2010). Learning from overseas internships: Program and evaluation. NKUHT Journal of General Education, 5, 115-134. ISBN 986-00-5698-6

Wang, M. J. (2009). The ability of college students to think critically as displayed in online discussion. Taiwan Journal of TESOL, 6(2), 27-60. (96-2411-H-328-001-)

Wang, M. J. (2009). A study on the integration of online competition into an English course. Journal of Foreign Language Instruction, 3(1), 181-200.

Wang, M. J. & Liu, Y. Y. (2009). A preliminary study on the policy and the reality of ICT integration into English instruction. KHC Journal of General Education, 5, 1-16. 

 

研討會論文

Wang, M. J. & Wang, K. H. (2014). A study on the ICT applications and language learning of children of new immigrants. International proceedings of Economics Development and Research, 79-84. (ISBN 978-981-07-9100-1)

Wang, M. J. (2011).Teachers' responses to English-only ESP instruction in the hospitality industry: A case study. The proceedings of 2011 International symposium on ESP and its implication in nursing and medical English education, 122-134.  ISBN 131-970-4362

Wang, M. J., & Wang, M. F. (2011). Establishing English proficiency standards for Hospitality students. The proceeding of 2011international conference and workshop on English for specific purposes: ESP in Taiwan university settings, 172-186. ISBN 978-986-147-504-2



Professor Mavis H. Shang
Department of Applied English
I-Shou University

現職:義守大學 應用英語系 教授

學歷:

美國南加州大學教育學博士

美國南加州大學教育學(英語教學)碩士                                               

專長:英語教學、課程設計與評量

學術期刊論文:(* corresponding author)

1.      Shang, H. F. (in review). Investigating cognitive learning impact on EFL university students' writing performance: A study of self-efficacy, peer tutoring, and process writing. Manuscript submitted to Bulletin of Educational Research. (TSSCI) (ISU102-06-02) 2014/4/1 submitted for review.

2.      Shang, H. F. (in review). An investigation of scaffolded reading on hypertext comprehension. Manuscript submitted to Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. (SSCI) 2014/3/28 submitted for review.

3.      Chen, Y. Y., Shang, H. F.*, & Briody, P. (in review). The effect of online autonomous learning on university EFL students’ reading ability. Manuscript submitted to Computer Assisted Language Learning. (SSCI) 2014/3/26 submitted for review.

4.      Shang, H. F. (in review). The impact of self-questioning strategy use on the low-level university students' English reading comprehension ability and level of questioning. Manuscript submitted to Bulletin of Educational Research. (TSSCI) (ISU101-05-01) 2014/2/12 submitted for 2nd review.

5.      Shang, H. F. (2013). Factors associated with English as a foreign language university students’ writing anxiety. International Journal of English Language Teaching, 1(1), 1-12. (NSC 102-2410-H-214 -016)

6.      Wang, Y. J., Shang, H. F.*, & Briody, P. (2013). Exploring the impact of using automated writing evaluation in EFL university students’ writing. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 26(3), 234-257. (SSCI, Impact Factor: 1.020 (60/216), Education & Educational Research)

7.      Shang, H. F. (2013). The relationship between writing anxiety and EFL university students’ writing proficiency. The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 19(1), 35-44. (ISU100-05-11)

8.      Wei, T. F., Shang, H. F.*, & Briody, P. (2012). The relationship between English writing ability levels and EFL learners’ metacognitive behavior in the writing process. International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, 1(4), 154-180.

9.      Wang, Y. J., Shang, H. F.*, & Briody, P. (2011). Investigating the impact of using games in teaching children English. International Journal of Learning and Development, 1(1), 127-141.

10.  Shang, H. F.*, & Tsai, Y. L. (2011). Using short stories to teach college-level EFL students. International Journal of Learning, 18(1), 645-652.

11.  Shang, H. F. (2011). Exploring the relationship between EFL proficiency level and reading strategy use. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(3), 18-27.

12.  Chang-Chien, I. J., & Shang, H. F.* (2010). Self-questioning strategy training in EFL reading classroom. Journal of Cheng Shiu University, 23, 277-284. (THCI)

13.  Chen, F. M., & Shang, H. F.* (2010). The relationship between English proficiency levels and EFL students’ cognitive operations on reading comprehension. STUT Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4, 1-46.

14.  Wei, T. F., & Shang, H. F.* (2010). Investigating teachers’ and learners’ attitudes toward TPR strategy use. STUT Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4, 137-160.

15.  Shang, H. F.*, & Chang-Chien, I. J. (2010). The effect of self-questioning strategy use on EFL learners’ reading comprehension development. International Journal of Learning, 17(2), 41-54.

16.  Shang, H. F. (2010). Reading strategy use, self-efficacy and EFL reading comprehension. Asian EFL Journal, 12(2), 18-42. (CIJE)

17.  Tsai, Y. L., & Shang, H. F.* (2010). The impact of content-based language instruction on EFL students’ reading performance. Asian Social Science, 6(3), 77-85.

18.  Shang, H. F. (2009). Curriculum design of integrating content-based instruction with short stories. Journal of Cheng Shiu University, 22, 373-380. (THCI)

19.  Chen, F. M., & Shang, H. F.* (2009). Students' perceptions of self-regulated strategy use on EFL writing performance. English Teaching & Culture, 5, 42-53.

20.  Shang, H. F. (2009). Dual-spiral collaborative learning via inquiry activities: Strategies for EFL writing classroom. International Journal of Learning, 16(2), 313-320. (NSC 98-2410-H-214-021)

21.  Chang-Chien, Y. J., & Shang, H. F.* (2008). Literature review of self-questioning strategy use on EFL learners' reading comprehension. English Teaching & Culture, 4, 75-84.

22.  Shang, H. F. (2008). Listening strategy use and linguistic patterns in listening comprehension by EFL Learners. International Journal of Listening, 22(1), 29-45. (CIJE)

 

23.  Shang, H. F.*, & Chu, C. C. (2007). Elementary school students' views on story reading’ influence on the improvement of English reading ability. Studies in English Language and Literature, 20, 91-99. (ISU96-05-01) (THCI)

24.  Shang, H. F.*, & Ko, I. C. (2007). The impact of note-taking on university EFL learners’ listening comprehension. Journal of Cheng Shiu University, 20, 257-266. (THCI)

25.  Shang, H. F. (2007). Links among fluency, accuracy, and FL speech performance: Issue of planning time. Studies in English Language and Literature, 19. 37-48. (ISU94-05-01) (THCI)

26.  Shang, H. F. (2007). An exploratory study of e-mail application on FL writing performance. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 20(1), 79-96. (SSCI/CIJE)

27.  Shang, H. F. (2006). Content-based instruction in the EFL literature curriculum. The Internet TESL Journal, 12(11). From http://iteslj.org/Techniques/Shang-CBI.html

28.  Shang, H. F. (2005). E-mail dialogue journaling: Attitudes and impact on L2 reading performance. Educational Studies, 31(2), 197-212. (SSCI) (NSC 94-2411-H-214-001)

29.  Shang, H. F. (2005). An investigation of cognitive operations on L2 listening comprehension performance: An exploratory study. International Journal of Listening, 19, 51-62. (CIJE)

30.  Shang, H. F.*, & Wu, H. J. (2003). Students’ attitude toward journal writing. Journal of Jin Wen Institute of Technology, 9, 1-14.

31.  Shang, H. F. (2002). The application of SQ3R English reading instruction. Journal of Jin Wen Institute of Technology, 7, 23-33.

32.  Shang, H. F. (2000). A comparative analysis on alternative approaches to literacy instruction. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 19(4), 291-299. (CIJE)

33.  Shang, H. F. (2000). Curriculum design of content-based L2 instruction. 元智大學人文社會學報, 3, 129-139. (NSC 88-2411-H-214-002)

34.  Shang, H. F. (1999). Designing and supporting the ideal appraisal system for teachers. Journal of Jin Wen Institute of Technology, 3, 13-18.

35.  Shang, H. F. (1999). The effect of teaching English as a second language on university students. Journal of I-Shou University, 6, 297-306. (THCI)

36.  Shang, H. F. (1998). Comparing and developing a framework for alternative literacy assessment. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 17(4), 265-273. (CIJE)

37.  Shang, H. F. (1998). A comparative analysis on alternative approaches to literacy assessment. Journal of Education and Psychology, 21, 1-16. (TSSCI)

38.  Shang, H. F. (1998). Changing bilingual programs through staff development. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 17(1), 35-40. (CIJE)

39.  Shang, H. F. (1997). A comparative analysis on alternative evaluation approaches. Journal of Education and Psychology, 20, 203-216. (TSSCI)

專書及專書論文:  

1.      Shang, H. F. (2007). A dual focus on form and meaning in EFL communicative instruction. In Y. R. Tsai, H. F. Shang, & H. Hanreich (Eds.), Applied English education: Trends and issues (pp. 125-131). Kaohsiung County, Taiwan: I-Shou University. (ISBN 978-986-83716-1-3)

2.      Shang, H. F., Ingebritson, R. J., & Zeng, C. L. (2007). Taiwanese parental perceptions toward English learning in bilingual kindergarten. In Y. R. Tsai, H. F. Shang, & H. Hanreich (Eds.), Applied English education: Trends and issues (pp. 135-148). Kaohsiung County, Taiwan: I-Shou University. (ISBN 978-986-83716-1-3)

3.      莊永山、夏崇舜、尚惠芳等人。(2007)歐洲共同語文參考架構(中譯)。高雄市:和遠圖書資訊出版社。(ISBN 978-957-41-4467-9)

4.      Shang, H. F. (2000). Basic English Writing. 高雄市:麗文出版社(ISBN 957-748-166-3)

5.      Shang, H. F. (1996). The effects of classroom organization, literacy instructional strategies, computer technology usage, and literacy assessment techniques on the effectiveness of an ESL program (Doctoral Dissertation). Michigan: Bell & Howell. (獲八十六年度國科會甲種研究獎勵)

研討會論文:

1.      Shang, H. F. (2014, April). The effect of using a hypertext system on EFL reading comprehension. Manuscript orally presented in the 2014 International Symposium on English for Professional Communication and Instructional Technology, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences. (NSC 102-2410-H-214-016)

2.      Chen, Y. Y., Shang, H. F.*, & Chen, C. Y. (2013, December). An investigation of CALL application on EFL autonomous reading. Proceedings of Hong Kong International Conference on Education, Psychology and Society, Hong Kong, 707-720. (NSC 102-2410-H-214-016)

3.      Shang, H. F.*, Briody, P., & Wei, T. F. (2013, July). The impact of EFL learners’ metacognitive behavior in writing process. The 20th International Conference on Learning, Rhodes, Greece.

4.      Chen, E., & Shang, H. F.* (2013, May). The impact of online autonomous learning on university EFL students’ reading development. Manuscript presented in the 30th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the R.O.C. National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan.

5.      Shang, H. F. (2012, August). The relationship between writing anxiety and EFL university students’ writing proficiency. Manuscript presented in the 19th International Conference on Learning, London, UK.

6.      Tseng, Y. Y., Shang, H. F., & Reddad, M. (2012, May). Investigating the effect of dictionary consultation on academic reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 2012 Conference on Applied English Education: Issues and Trend, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, 74-95.

7.      Wang, Y. J., & Shang, H. F. (2012, February). Exploring the effect of using automated writing evaluation in students' writing. Manuscript accepted to be presented in the 8th CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

8.      Wang, Y. J., Shang, H. F., & Chen, F. M. (2011, November). The effect of using automated writing evaluation in Taiwanese EFL students’ writing. The Proceedings of 2011 International Conference on Computer Assisted Language Learning, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, 156-173.

9.      Shang, H. F., & Tsai, Y. L. (2011, July). Using short stories to teach college-level EFL students. The 18th International Conference on Learning, Mauritius.

10.  Wang, Y. J., & Shang, H. F. (2011, February). Investigating the relationship between the usage of games and children's English learning performance. The 7th CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

11.  Wei, T. F., & Shang, H. F. (2010, November). Comparing teachers’ and students’ perceptions of TPR strategy use on English learning motivation. 2010 Conference on Professional Development of EFL Teachers, Southern Taiwan University, 90-103.

12.  Shang, H. F., & Chang-Chien, Y. J. (2010, July). The effect of self-questioning strategy use on EFL learners’ reading comprehension development. Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Learning, Hong Kong.

13.  Wang, Y. J., & Shang, H. F. (2010, June). Exploring the effect of using games in teaching English to young learners. The Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference on Applied English Personnel Cultivation, Nanya Institute of Technology, 61-74.

14.  Chen, F. M., & Shang, H. F. (2010, May). Students’ attitudes toward teacher’s feedback on EFL journal writing performance. The Proceedings of the Seventh OCU Conference on Applied English Teaching, Overseas Chinese University, 13-24.

15.  Shang, H. F. (2010, May). The impact of reading strategy use on EFL reading comprehension performance國立屏東教育大學英語學系學術研討會論文集, 159-177

16.  Shiu, Y. H., & Shang, H. F. (2010, May). Factors to affect EFL learners’ listening comprehension via English-only instruction. Proceedings of 2010 ELT Conference, Chaoyang University of Technology, 257-269.

17.  Shang, H. F. (2009, December)運用自我發問策略於英語閱讀課程之設計與研究。2009高高屏地區外語教學實務研究計畫論文集文藻外語學院,117-148

18.  Lin, S. C., Shang, H. F., & Shang, L. L. (2009, November). Students’ attitudes of explicit grammar instruction on English writing proficiency. Proceedings of 2009 International Symposium on Applied English Teaching, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung County, 343-354.

19.  Shang, H. F. (2009, October). An exploratory study of e-mail application on FL writing performance. Proceedings of ROCMELIA 2009, National Kaohsiung Normal University, 434-450.

20.  Shang, H. F. (2009, July). Dual-spiral collaborative learning via inquiry activities: Strategies for EFL writing classroom. Paper presented at the 16th International Conference on Learning, Barcelona, Spain.

21.  Chen, F. M, & Shang, H. F. (2009, June). Students’ perceptions of self-regulated strategy use on EFL writing performance. Paper presented at the 5th Annual English Conference of the Applied English Department, Tungnan University.

22.  Chung, H. P., & Shang, H. F. (2009, May). The effect of self-assessment strategy use on the development of EFL students’ English writing proficiency. The Proceedings of 2009 CHNA International Conference on English Teaching, Chia Nan University, 30-41.

23.  Tsai, Y. L., & Shang, H. F. (2009, May). The effect of content-based language instruction on EFL students' reading development. Proceedings of the International Conference on Teaching Literature in the Age of Global English, Fooyin University, Kaohsiung, 172-186.

24.  Tsai, Y. L., & Shang, H. F. (2008, November). Content-based English reading curriculum design. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Language Instruction, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung County, 411-424.

25.  Chang-Chien, Y. J., & Shang, H. F. (2008, November). Curriculum design of self-questioning strategy training on EFL students’ reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Language Instruction, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung County, 398-410.

26.  Shang, H. F. (2008, July). Improving EFL reading comprehension: A reading strategy training program. Paper presented at the 31st Annual Conference of Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. Rotorua, New Zealand, SC1.

27.  Chang-Chien, Y. J., & Shang, H. F. (2008, June). Literature review of self-questioning strategy use on EFL learners’ reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 4th Annual English Conference of the Applied English Department, Tungnan University, Taipei County, 75-84.

28.  Shang, H. F. (2008, May). The effects of reading strategy use and self-efficacy on reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 25th Conference of English Teaching and Learning in R.O.C., National Chung Cheng University, C36, 1-16.

29.  Shang, H. F. (2008, March). Integrating content-based instruction with story teaching. Orally presented at 2008 Symposium on PELT in Taiwan, Fooyin University, Kaohsiung County.

30.  張簡怡茹、尚惠芳 (2007, December)Metacognitive strategy training for the development of EFL learners’ reading comprehension. Master’s thesis proposal presented at卓越管理與永續經營:外語文教事業發展學術座談會。高雄市:文藻外語學院。

31.  游國熙、尚惠芳 (2007, December)The effect of natural awareness instruction on listening comprehension. Master’s thesis proposal presented at卓越管理與永續經營:外語文教事業發展學術座談會。高雄市:文藻外語學院。

32.  Shang, H. F. (2007, May). Reading strategy training for the development of EFL reading comprehension. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the Republic of China (ROC-TEFL), National Chengchi University, 424-442.

33.  Shang, H. F. (2007, March). Form and meaning-based EFL communicative instruction. Paper presented at Applied English Education: Trends, Issues & Interconnections, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung County.

34.  Shang, H. F., Ingebritson, R. J., & Zeng, C. L. (2007, March). Taiwanese parental perceptions toward English learning in bilingual kindergarten. Paper presented at Applied English Education: Trends, Issues & Interconnections, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung County.

35.  Shang, H. F., Briody, P., & Lin, C. Y. (2007, March). The effect of extensive reading strategies on EFL students. Proceedings of 9th International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University, 419-429.

36.  Shang, H. F. (2007, January). Examining the impact among linguistic patterns, listening strategy use, and FL listening comprehension. Proceedings of the 2007 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 5158-5173.

37.  尚惠芳、陳建源 (2006, December)。多媒體英語教學環境的個人學習資料庫之研究。2006 Multimedia and Networking Systems Conference (光碟論文集), I-Shou University, Kaohsiung County.

38.  Shang, H. F. (2006, November). Integrating content-based instruction with the use of short stories in the university EFL context. Paper presented at the First National Conference on College English Foreign Language Center, National Chengchi University, Taipei.

39.  Shang, H. F., Allie, M. J., & Chu, C. C. (2006, November). The effect of reading stories to improve elementary school students’ reading ability. Proceedings of 2006 International Conference on Applied Linguistics in Foreign Language Education, Southern Taiwan University of Technology, 63-91.

40.  Shang, H. F. (2006, April). The impacts of planning time on L2 speech performance. Proceedings of 2006 Taiwan TESOL Conference, National Formosa University, 187-202.

41.  Shang, H. F. & Reddad, M. (2005, July). An investigation of listening strategies on L2 listening comprehension performance. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Written Discourse & Intercultural Rhetoric Conference, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Indiana, USA.

42.  Shang, H. F. (2004, November). A comparison of three grammatical expressions on L2 listening comprehension. Paper presented at the Thirteenth International Symposium on English Teaching (ETA-ROC), Chien Tan Overseas Youth Activity Center, Taipei. (ISU93--05-02)

43.  Shang, H. F. (2004, October). Links between pre-task planning time and L2 speech performance. Paper presented at 2004 WAESOL Conference, Seattle, Washington, USA. (ISU94-05-01)

44.  Shang, H. F. (2004, October). Electronic mail application on L2 writing performance. Paper presented at the 28th Annual Colorado TESOL Convention and Exhibition, Denver, Colorado, USA.

45.  Shang, H. F. (2004, May). E-mail dialogue journaling: Attitudes and effects on the development of L2 reading performance. Proceedings of ELT and E-learning in an Electronic Age: Issues and Alternatives, Tamkang University, 1-28.

46.  Shang, H. F. (2004, March). An investigation of cognitive operations on L2 listening comprehension performance. Proceedings of 2004 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL and Applied Linguistics, Ming Chuan University, 428-438.

47.  Shang, H. F. (2003, October). The effects of e-mail dialogue journaling on the enhancement of students’ 2nd language reading achievement. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Wenshan International Conference, National Chengchi University, Taipei.

48.  Shang, H. F., & Wu, H. J. (2003, April). Students’ attitude toward journal writing. Proceedings of 2003 Cross-Strait Conference on Science and Technology & Symposium of University Presidents, National Chung Cheng University, 097.

49.  Shang, H. F., & Huang, P. C. (2003, April). The effect of peer feedback on the development of English writing proficiency. Proceedings of 2003 Cross-Strait Conference on Science and Technology & Symposium of University Presidents, National Chung Cheng University, 047.

50.  Shang, H. F., & Chen, W. W. (2002, May). The effect of computer assisted instruction on English teaching. Proceedings of TESOL Conference: English Language Teaching in e Age, Fooyin Institute of Technology, 76-82.

51.  Shang, H. F., & Jang, S. C. (2002, March). A comparative analysis on ability grouping. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Applied English Personnel Cultivation, Nanya Institute of Technology, 15-21.

52.  Shang, H. F. (2001, December). Collaboration of content-based instruction and literature teaching. Proceedings of Tamkang International Conference on TESL: Methodology and Pedagogy in the Age of Globalization, Tamkang University, 131-136. (NSC 89-2411-H-214-005)

53.  尚惠芳、陳建源 (2001, June)。多媒體電腦輔助英語閱讀教學軟體之製作。第三屆大專院校應用外語實務成果發表研討會論文集 (pp. 171-180)。斗六市:雲林科技大學。(NSC 89-2411-H-214-002)

54.  Shang, H. F. (2000, December)。以合作學習為導向之主從寫作教學模式。Proceedings of the First National Conference on Applied Foreign Language Instruction, National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, 244-248. (ISU90-03-12)

55.  Shang, H. F. (2000, June). A collaborative model of content-based instruction in the literature. Proceedings of the Second Conference on Applied English Personnel Cultivation, Nanya Institute of Technology, 72-78.

56.  Shang, H. F. (2000, May). The application of SQ3R model in English reading instruction. Proceedings of the Foreign Languages Teaching and Humanity Education Symposium, Wen Tzao Ursuline College of Modern Languages, E7. (ISU88-03-04)

57.  尚惠芳、尚麗琳 (1999, March). The curriculum design and application of the English instruction for the secondary schools中等學校之教學與學習學術研討會論文集,國立交通大學,159-167

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