週五. 12 月 2nd, 2022

張月菁

張月菁

Yueh-ching Chang

著作與證照

Journal Publications 

Chang, Y. (2022). Mobilizing multi-semiotics in intercultural communication: International students’ experience of using English as a multilingual franca in Taiwan. Taiwan Journal of TESOL, 19(1), 59-86. (THCI)

Chang, Y.C. & Chang, Y.J. Chang (2019). Identity negotiation in the third space: An analysis of YouTube channels hosted by expatriates in Taiwan. Language and Inercultural Communication, 19(1), 77-92. (SSCI)

Chang, Y. (2016). Discourses, identities and investment in English as a second language learning: Voices from two U.S. community college students. International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies, 4(4), 38-49. 

Chang, Y. & Sperling, M. (2014). Discourse and Identity among ESL Learners: A Case Study of a Community College ESL Classroom. Research in the Teaching of English, 49(1), 31-51. (SSCI)

Levin, J. S., Cox, E., Kisker, C. Cerven, C., Haberler, Z., Smith, M, Chang, Y. Naylor, N., Montero-Hernandez, V., Roys, J., Beach, J., Silverman, J., Mulholland,S. (2009). Promising practices in California’s community colleges. Riverside,CA: California Community College Collaborative (C4), University of California, Riverside. e. 

Levin, J., Cox, E., Kisker, C., Cerven, C., Chang, Y., Beach, J., Silverman, J.,&  Mulholland, S. (2008). Promising practices literature reviews:  Basic skills, English as a second language, vocational education, transfer and STEM transfer Education, and counseling. California Community College Collaborative (C4) e-journal.

研討會

Conferences Presentations:

Chang, Y. (2022, Aug). Multilingual identities and learning investment: A case study of a Vietnamese international student in Taiwan. Paper to be presented in the 20th Asia TEFL Conference, Indonesia/Online.

Chang, Y. (2021, Nov). Teaching English as a multilingua franca: Pedagogical insights informed by international students’ EMF experience in Taiwan. The 15th Wenshan Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.

Chang, Y. (2020, Mar) Using English as a multilingual franca: Voices of International Students in Taiwan. The 13th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca, Tainan, Taiwan. (Conference Cancelled due to Covid 19)

Nguyen, H. T. & Chang, Y. (2019, Nov). Multilingual practices and investment of learning multiple languages: A case study of a Vietnamese International Student in Taiwan. Paper presented at The 2019 Taipei Tech International Conference on Applied Linguistics, Taipei, Tainan

Chang, Y. (2018, May). Using English as a lingua franca in Taiwanese universities: Lessons learned from international students. 第三十五屆中華民國英語文教學研究國際研討會, Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Chang, Y. (2017, Mar.). Using English as a lingua franca in academic socialization: Voices from international students in Taiwan. Paper presented at the 2017 Conference of the American Association of Applied Linguistics.

Chang, Y.C. & Chang Y.J. (2016, Sep.). Negotiating L2 identities in the new millennium contact zone: An analysis of YouTube channels hosted by expats in Taiwan. Paper presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics. 

Li, T. & Chang Y. (2016, May). Language, identity and investment in English learning: Perspectives of working holiday makers. Paper presented at the 3rd English Scholars beyond Borders Conference. 

Chang, Y. (2013, Jun.). Discourse and investment in second language learning: Voices from two non-traditional college students. Paper accepted by the 2013 conference of the International Society for Language Studies.

Chang, Y. (2011, Apr.) Discourse and identity in online language learning: A case study of a community college classroom. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association 2011 Annual Conference Meeting.

Levin, J., Cox, E., Cerven C. & Chang, Y. (2008). Examining and transferring promising practices in California community colleges. Poster session presented at the Annual Conference of Association for the Study of Higher Education.

Levin, J., Cox, E., Beach, J, Cerven, C., & Chang, Y. (2008). Examining and transferring promising practices in community colleges. Paper presented at the meeting of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges.