Feng TENG (滕鋒, Mark)
Feng TENG (滕鋒, Mark)
Hong Kong Baptist University
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JudulDikutip olehTahun
Incidental vocabulary learning by assessing frequency of word occurrence in a Graded Reader: Love or money
F Teng
LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network 7 (2), 36-50, 2014
232014
Immediate and delayed effects of embedded metacognitive instruction on Chinese EFL students’ English writing and regulation of cognition
F Teng
Thinking Skills and Creativity 22, 289-302, 2016
222016
Strategies for teaching and learning vocabulary
F Teng
Beyond Words 2 (2), 40-56, 2014
192014
Assessing the Relationship between Vocabulary Learning Strategy Use and Vocabulary Knowledge
F Teng
PASAA 49 (1), 39-66, 2015
172015
Emotional Development and Construction of Teacher Identity: Narrative Interactions about the Pre-service Teachers’ Practicum Experiences.
MF Teng
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42 (11), 117-134, 2017
162017
Assessing the Depth and Breadth of Vocabulary Knowledge with Listening Comprehension
F Teng
PASAA 48 (2), 29-56, 2014
162014
Incidental vocabulary acquisition from reading-only and reading-while-listening: A multi-dimensional approach
F Teng
Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching 12 (3), 274-288, 2018
152018
The Effects of Task-Induced Involvement Load on Word Learning and Confidence Judgments Mediated by Knowledge and Regulation of Cognition.
F Teng
Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice 17 (3), 791-808, 2017
152017
The effects of context and word exposure frequency on incidental vocabulary acquisition and retention through reading
F Teng
The Language Learning Journal 47 (2), 145-158, 2019
142019
Towards Effective Reading Instruction for Chinese EFL Students: Perceptions and Practices of Lexical Inferencing
F TENG, F HE
THE ENGLISH TEACHER (ISSN 0128-7729) 44 (2), 56-73, 2015
132015
Autonomy, agency, and identity in teaching and learning English as a foreign language
(Mark) Feng Teng
Springer Singapore, 2019
122019
A learner-based approach of applying online reading to improve learner autonomy and lexical knowledge.
MF Teng
Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics 31 (1), 104-134, 2018
112018
Extensive Reading plus Explicit Vocabulary Exercises: Is it Better Than Extensive Reading-Only?
F TENG
Malaysian Journal of ELT Research 11 (2), 82-101, 2015
92015
Assessing Learner Autonomy and EFL Vocabulary Acquisition: A Case Study
F Teng
BEYOND WORDS 3 (1), 78-99, 2015
92015
EFL Vocabulary Learning Through Reading BBC News: An Analysis Based on the Involvement Load Hypothesis
F Teng
English as a Global Language (EaGLE) Journal 1 (2), 63-90, 2015
92015
Predictive effects of writing strategies for self-regulated learning on secondary school learners’ EFL writing proficiency
MF Teng, J Huang
TESOL Quarterly, 2018
82018
The effectiveness of extensive reading on EFL learners’ vocabulary learning
F Teng
Paper presented at the 3rd English Language Teaching International …, 2015
82015
Vocabulary growth for low-proficiency EFL students through reading Graded Readers
F Teng
The 1st Tri-ELE International Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 2014
82014
Thai university students studying in China: Identity, imagined communities, and communities of practice.
MF Teng, G Bui
Applied Linguistics Review, 2018
72018
Imagined community, identity, and teaching Chinese as a second language to foreign students in China
F Teng
Frontiers of Education in China 12 (4), 490-514, 2017
72017
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