Sharon Wong   

Sharon Wong

Assistant Lecturer

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Tel  3943 8715

Biography

After receiving her BA (Hons) in Translation at Lingnan University, Sharon completed her MA in Translation at CUHK and MSc in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition at University of Oxford, UK. Prior to joining the ILC, she had taught at a self-finance institution for 8 years. She had also taught at City University of Hong Kong, Lingnan University and The Open University of Hong Kong.  Sharon is interested in second language acquisition, in particular language assessment, English listening and speaking.


Selected Publications

“The Use of Visual Chunking Strategies in Writing Chinese Characters” in E-Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies, 180-191, 2018.

“Different amount of L1 support in vocabulary learning through reading: the effects of gloss and bilingual texts” in E-Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies, 86-94, 2016 (with B Hui, D Fung).

“If you comes* to Guangzhou: Pedagogical implications of typical errors committed by students with mainland Chinese background as revealed on an e-learning platform” in Technology in Education: Transforming Educational Practices with Technology. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 494, 163-174, 2015 (with SC Kwan, HM Chow).

“Using group blog for English language teaching: A case study in Hong Kong post-secondary education” in Hybrid Learning: Technological Revolution and Pedagogical Evaluation, 187-197, 2013 (with K Leung).