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Dr. Marine Yim King YEUNG
Assistant Professor
Contact Information
Office : MKA 2002
Tel : 3468 6694
Doctor of Philosophy (HKU)
Master of Arts (CUHK)
Bachelor of Social Science (CUHK)
Teaching Areas:
English as a second language (ESL), English writing, English grammar, second language acquisition
Representative Publications / Projects:
‘How far does the influence of cultural differences go on the implementation and outcome of a pedagogical approach? Implications from two ESL classrooms’. Paper presented at the 2nd European Conference on Language Learning organized by The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), Brighton, the United Kingdom, July, 2014.
‘The impact of the process approach on the development of learner autonomy among young ESL learners’. Paper presented at the 12th Symposium on Second Language Writing organized by Purdue University, USA, & Shandong University, China, Shandong, China, October, 2013.
‘Exploring the construct of learner autonomy in second language writing’, Paper presented at the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association Conference, Malaysia, May, 2013. ‘Integration of Reading and Writing: Practical Strategies for the ESL Classroom’. Talk given by invitation of Educational Publishing House, Hong Kong, January 2011.
Yeung, Marine. (2010). Step Up Reading and Writing series (Book 1A – Book 6A). Educational Publishing House, Hong Kong. Jonathan Grey, Marine Yeung & Becky Harold. (2010). English To Enjoy (Book 5B). Educational Publishing House, Hong Kong. Fung, Rosaline L. & Yeung, Marine. (2005). Phinnie Readers (Teacher’s Books). Oxford University Press, Hong Kong.
Yeung, Y. K. (2004). The impact of the process approach on the development of learner autonomy in the Hong Kong secondary school classroom: A pilot study. Research Studies in Education, 2, 239-250.
‘Reflections on an Overseas Intensive English Course for Local English Teachers and Teachers Using English as Medium of Instruction’, Paper presented at the International Language in Education Conference, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, December, 2001.
Research Interests:
Second language writing, learner autonomy, medium of instruction, pedagogical approaches

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