Invited Speakers

  • Suresh Canagarajah, Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Zheng Chao, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China
  • Yin Ling Cheung, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Deborah Crusan, Wright State University, USA
  • Huiling Ding, Clemson University, USA
  • Steve Fraiberg, Michigan State University, USA
  • Danling Fu, University of Florida, USA
  • Ryuko Kubota, University of British Columbia, Canada
  • LuMing Mao, Miami University, USA
  • Jon Olson, Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Iswari Pandey, Syracuse University, USA
  • Mya Poe, Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Christine Tardy, DePaul University, USA
  • Dilek Tokay, Sabanci University, Turkey

Presenters

Name Title of Presentation Country
Al Morshedi, Ghadah English Writing Pedagogical Materials for Arabic L1 Speakers based on Arabic linguistic features USA
Belk, John “I Can Write Poetry?!”: Creative Writing and Translingual Pedagogy USA
Borg, Erik Translating writing studies into English United Kingdom
Bou Ayash, Nancy Cross-linguistic and Cross-national Perspectives on Language Difference and Writing Instruction USA
Chang, Jinping Writing across subjects—An ESP issue: subject writing verses general writing China
Chen Lili Philosophical Reflection of Experience and Reason
On the teaching practice of a New English Writing Paradigm
China
Cheng, Rui Writing Across Borders: Collaboration between American TESOL Pre-service Teachers and Chinese EFL students via Technology USA
Cole, Daniel Crossing Cultures, Crossing Genres: Testimonio and Representation in the Narratives of Mary Jemison (Seneca), and Black Hawk (Sauk) USA
Cui Xunli Teaching Argumentative Writing in a Consensus-seeking Environment China
Dadak, Angela “Surpassing the Limited Dimension of „Monolingualism‟”: Creating Multilingual Opportunities in US Composition Courses USA
DePew, Kevin Eric Making Writing Across Borders Relevant to Contingent Faculty: Or How Do We Argue For Its Importance in US Academic Institutions? USA
Engelson, Amber From Audience to Audiences: Negotiating Local-Global Englishes in Indonesia USA
Finn, Heather B. Deconstructing Barriers and Fostering Community: Utilizing Authentic Writing Instruction in a Community-Based Adult ESL Writing Class USA
Garvin, Rebecca T. Crossing borders with a genre-based approach to English Composition in a ‘normal’ Chinese university: A bi-cultural wedding of theory and practice USA/China
GUI Lin A Contrastive Study of Syntactic Complexity between L1 and L2 Compositions via Computerized Assessment China
Hall, Jonathan What College Writing Instructors Can Learn From Language Pedagogy; What Language Instructors Can Learn From College Writing Pedagogy USA
Harper, Jason Connectivity via the Internet, Chinese take-out, and a cookbook: opening up the Middle Kingdom’s kitchens, culinary culture, and collective memory through pedagogical projects and composition assignments China/USA
HE Gang On Analyzing Discourse as a Form of Observation China/USA
Hoagland, Merideth Within the textual commons: Reclaiming copia for the transnational composition classroom USA
Hou, Xiaoyun English and Chinese journal abstracts in the mathematical sciences: A genre analysis China
Hu Ling Philosophical Reflection of Experience and Reason
On the teaching practice of a New English Writing Paradigm
China
Hua Congchao Coherence and cohesion of written texts: a comparative study China
Kao, Yu-Ting Exploring Chinese writing instruction and assessment at university level course USA
Khadka, Santosh Transnational Understandings and Approaches in Writing Education, Scholarly Publication, and Language Policy USA
Kiernan, Julia E. Writing Education in a Multilingual Country: Canadian Perspectives Canada
Kim, Sungwoo Development of Conceptual Metaphor in Second Language Writing: A Sociocultural and Cognitive Linguistic Perspective USA
Ku, Emerald Chi-Ling From Standardized English to “Reduced English”:
Rethink Writing Education in Taiwan in the Context of Globalization
Taiwan
Lewis, Justin Transnational Understandings and Approaches in Writing Education, Scholarly Publication, and Language Policy USA
Leymarie, Cassie The College Composition Class and Transnational Identity Performance: An exploratory case study USA
LI Binglin Critical Thinking in Designing EFL Writing Task China
Li Chenxin Action Research of Chinese Students’ Writing Patterns: a Narrative Analysis of College Students’ Typical Problems in English Argumentative Writing China
Li Guo Applying Schema Theory to EFL Writing Instruction with College Students in China China
Li Yanwu Teaching Writing in the Internet Age: Challenges and Opportunities China
Li Zhang Teaching Introductory Paragraph and Thesis Statement Writing in EFL Classrooms China
Li, Xinqiang Realism in Modern China—One More Dimension of Modernization of Chinese Writing USA
Lin Jiang The effects of written corrective feedback and language analytic ability on the acquisition of generic reference by Chinese learners of English China
Lin, Wen-chuan Exploring the relationship between EFL students’ writing problems and genres of reading articles: the case of an online reading and writing competition Taiwan
Liu, Donghong Discourse Structure of English Exposition in Chinese EFL Learners' Writing China
Man Li Source-Based Academic Writing for an EFL Graduate Student in China USA
Martins, David S. Internationalization: Challenging the Infrastructure of Writing Instruction and Administration USA
Messekher, Hayat From Multilingualism to Translingualism: Negotiating the dissertation writing process anew USA
Meyers, Susan “Migration is a Really Big Problem Here”: Literacy on the Move in the Transnational U.S.-Mexico Context USA
Mihut, Ligia Ana Behind and Beyond the Iron Curtain: Writing as Freedom USA
Mina, Lilian Breaking the Borders Between Eastern and Western Rhetorical Traditions in the Writing Class USA
Pan, Chunmei Teaching EFL Writing through Literature Reading: A Qualitative Study of Advanced Chinese EFL Learners’ Reactions to Writing Instruction Innovations China
Peng Gong Exploring Collaborating Teaching Model in Academic Writing China
Peng Yu Exploring Collaborating Teaching Model in Academic Writing China
Pujiastuti, Ani Academic Writing across Borders: International Students’ Experiences in Writing a Literature Review USA
Ray, Brian Puncturing U.S. English-Only: Teaching Translingualism to Monolingual Students USA
Ricker, Brooke EFL Writing Instruction in the Serbian University USA
Rohman, Abdul Academic Writing across Borders: International Students’ Experiences in Writing a Literature Review USA
Roth, Nancy Writing and Responsibility United Kingdom
Shade, Rachael Global connectivity in confrontation with local connectivity: Quechua communities and English writing USA
Shin, Soim Participating in the global society as competent writers:
writing in/ out of school in South Korea
USA
Smerdov, Igor Action Research of Chinese Students’ Writing Patterns: a Narrative Analysis of College Students’ Typical Problems in English Argumentative Writing China/(Russia)
Smotrova, Tetyana Textual and Publishing Conventions of Academic Writing in Ukrainian Applied Linguistics USA
Soong, Darcy Dictation Practice—Paving the Way for Good Writing Taiwan
Teslenko, Tatiana The Perils of Integration, or Teaching Soft Skills in a Hard-Core Environment Canada
Thomas, Kimberly Language, Literacy, and Practice: The Ecology of Teaching English in Malawi USA
Vieira, Kate Homeland Literacies in an Age of Migration: A Brazilian Case Study USA
Wang Jingjie A Survey Study on Working Memory Underlying EFL Writing for Sophomore English Majors China
Wang Weihong Coherence and cohesion of written texts: a comparative study China
Wang, Mei-jung Exploring the relationship between EFL students’ writing problems and genres of reading articles: the case of an online reading and writing competition Taiwan
Watson, Missy Panel: Transnational Understandings and Approaches in Writing Education, Scholarly Publication, and Language Policy USA
Xiao, Yuehai Applying Schema Theory to EFL Writing Instruction with College Students in China USA
Xiao, Yuehai Text, Cognition, and Context of L2 Writing: A Study of the Relationship between the Perceptions and Writing Performance of the Personal Statements of Chinese ESL Students USA
Yaru Zhang Teaching Introductory Paragraph and Thesis Statement Writing in EFL Classrooms China
You Xiaoqiong Putting Teachers' Beliefs in Teaching Writing into Practice China
Yu, Jia Investing in Foreign Language Writing and the Development of Writing Skills:
A Perspective from the Chinese Language Learning
USA
Zhang Erli Philosophical Reflection of Experience and Reason
On the teaching practice of a New English Writing Paradigm
China
Zhang, Qi The Role of Discoursing in Computer-Mediated Peer Response in ESL Writing USA
Zhang, Yan Yolanda Adversative conjunctives and adversative relations in Chinese EFL learners’ English writing: A corpus-based study China
Zhang, Yufeng Future Directions of First-Year Composition USA
Zhong, Dan Rhetoric patterns in English-majors’ writing in a Chinese university USA
Zhou Conghui Action Research of Chinese Students’ Writing Patterns: a Narrative Analysis of College Students’ Typical Problems in English Argumentative Writing China
Zhou, Siyang Texts in Contexts: Understanding Chinese Students’ Learning of Composition via Textbooks USA