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Institute of Learning Sciences and Technologies, NTHU
Hsu, Angela Yi-ping
Hsu, Angela Yi-ping

Present Position:Associate Professor, Institute of Learning Sciences and Technologies, National Tsing Hua University 
E-mailangela@mx.nthu.edu.tw
Tel:+886-3-5742452
Office:Education Building, 209A
Lab
Highest DegreePh.D. in Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Chinese

I. RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Academic writing in English, English writing, Second/foreign language acquisition, TESOL

 

II. COURSE TAUGHT

  • Introduction to Academic Writing
  • Teaching Materials and Methods in English
  • Teaching English Writing
  • Theory and Practice of English Language Teaching and Learning
  • Educational Psychology
  • Principles of Instruction
  • Topics in Education

 

III. ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS

  • The Best Paper Award for the 17th International Symposium on English Teaching (2008)
  • The TESOL Award for International Participation at TESOL (2008)

 

IV. TEACHING AWARDS

  • NTHU Excellence in Teaching, 2016
  • NTHU Outstanding Teaching Award, 2015
  • NTHU Commission of General Education Outstanding Teaching Award, 2015
  • NTHU Excellence in Teaching, 2015
  • NTHU Excellence in Teaching, 2014
  • NTHU Excellence in Teaching, 2013
  • NTHU Outstanding Teaching Award, 2010
  • NTHU Outstanding Advisor Award, 2009
  • NTHU Excellence in Teaching with Multimedia Technology, 2009

 

V. EXPERIENCE

  • Director, Language Center (2016.8-2017.7)
  • Director, Division of International Student Affairs, Office of Global Affairs (2014.2-2016.7)
  • Associate Professor, Center for Teacher Education (2012.8-)
  • Coordinator, Writing Center (2004.8-)
  • Assistant Professor, Center for Teacher Education (2010.8- 2012.7)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature (2003.8-2010.7)
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2007.2-2007.7)
  • Acting Director, Language Center (2006.8-2006.9)
  • Coordinator, Language Center (2003.8-2006.7)

 

III. PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL (*correspondence)

  1. Hsu, A.Y. (2014). Enriching our understanding of written corrective feedback. 教育人力與專業發展, 31(2), 21-32.
  2. Lin, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2013). The perspectives of science and engineering master's students on the mentoring relationship. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, 11(1), 129-145.
  3. Lin, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2012). Peer mentoring among doctoral students of science and engineering in Taiwan. Asia Pacific Education Review, 13(4), 563-572. [SSCI]
  4. Lin, Y. & Hsu, A. Y., & Lai, P. H. (2011). Life experiences of overseas Chinese university students in Taiwan. College Student Journal, 45(4), 793-805.
  5. Hsu, A. Y. (2010). Teachers' voices: Exploring the training and needs of writing teachers. Journal of Applied English, 3, 1-17.
  6. Truscott, J. & Hsu, A. Y. (2008). Error correction, revision, and learning. Journal of Second Language Writing, 17, 292-305. [SSCI]
  7. Fan, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2008). Topical structure analysis as an alternative learning strategy for coherent writing. Journal of Applied English, 1, 115-137.

 

CONFERENCE PAPER

 Refereed conference papers

  1. Huang, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2010). An in-depth look at textual cohesion in EFL students' writing. Presented at the 19th International Symposium on English Teaching. November 12-14.
  2. Chen, J. & Hsu, A. Y. (2010). Beyond the writing process: The role of writing strategy, writing task, and writing proficiency. The 27th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the R.O.C., 410-427.
  3. Hsu, A. Y. (2008) Teaching and researching writing: Focus on writers. Selected papers from the 17th International Symposium on English Teaching, 118-129. (ETA Best Paper Award)
  4. Fan, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2007). Voicing learners’ problems in technical writing: Analysis of science majors. Selected Papers from the 16th International Symposium on English Teaching, 86-94. 
  5. Fan, Y, Hsu, A. Y., & Yang, Y. (2006). Topical structure analysis of doctoral students' writing: By means of General English Proficiency Writing Test. Selected Papers from the 15th International Symposium on English Teaching, 371-377. 
  6. Sun, T. & Hsu, A. Y. (2006). The effectiveness of instruction on avoiding plagiarism. Selected Papers from the 15th International Symposium on English Teaching, 525-533. 
  7. Lin, C. & Hsu, A. Y. (2005). Patterns and difficulties in summarizing skills: A case study of Taiwanese college students’ academic writing. Selected Papers from the 14th International Symposium on English Teaching, 417-426. 
  8. Yang, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2005). Are you a qualified story teller or orator? – 
  9. Metadiscourses in Taiwanese doctoral students’ writing. Selected Papers from the 14th International Symposium on English Teaching, 280-287. 
  10. Hsu, A. Y. (2003). “Use your own words!”: Plagiarism avoidance instruction in writing curricula. Selected Papers from the 12th International Symposium on English Teaching, 382- 390.

 Conference papers

  1. Chen, J. & Hsu, A. Y. (2010). Recursive writing: An in-depth study of EFL college student writers. The Proceedings of 2010 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, 112-119. 
  2. Hsu, A. Y. (2009). Teachers’interaction with written commentary. The Proceedings of 2009 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, 148-159. 
  3. Fan, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2007). Empower our learners as conscious writers: Teaching topical structure analysis to doctoral students. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on English Teaching and Learning in the Republic of China, 285-295.
  4. Chen, Y. & Hsu, A.Y. (2007). Code-switching in conversation: A case study of Taiwan female college students. 2007 National Conference on Linguistics, CD-ROM, 1-17. 
  5. Sun, T. & Hsu, A. Y. (2007). Cohesion and coherence in doctoral students’writing. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Teaching of Languages, Linguistics, and Literatures, CD-ROM, 1-20.
  6. Chuang, W. & Hsu, A. Y. (2006). Washback effects of the General English Proficiency Test (GEPT) on English education in Taiwan. The Proceedings of New Aspects of English Language Teaching and Learning, 298-310. 
  7. Lai, Y., Yang, Y., & Hsu, A. Y. (2006). Do you recognize who I am? – Self-mention in Taiwanese graduate students’ writing. The Proceedings of 2006 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, 190-196. 
  8. Fan, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2006). The insights from the “English Corner”: An in-depth study of language learning anxiety. The Proceedings of 2006 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, 117-125. 
  9. Yang, Y. & Hsu, A. Y. (2005). Coherent writing and logical thinking: Taiwanese graduate students’ use of transitional words. Proceedings of the 2005 National Conference on Linguistics, CD-ROM, 1-13.
  10. Hsu, A. Y. & Chen, S. (2005). Online discussion boards in Freshman English classes: Dialogue between theory and practice. The Proceedings of the 2005 Taiwan TESOL Conference, 128-138. 
  11. Lin, C., Hsu, A. Y., & Yang, Y. (2005). Taiwanese college students’ paraphrasing skills. The Proceedings of the 2005 Taiwan TESOL Conference, 240-249. 
  12. Hsu, A. Y. (2005). “Copy and paste?”–Taiwanese graduate students’source-based writing. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Wenshan International Conference, 146-158.
  13. Hsu, A. Y. & Chen, S. (2005). Reading academic materials in English: Techniques, patterns, and views among Freshman English students. The Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics,188-196. 
  14. Yang, Y., Hsu, A. Y., & Lin, C. (2005). A case study of college students’use of prepositions. The Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference and Workshop on TEFL & Applied Linguistics, 452-458. 
  15. Chen, S. & Hsu, A. Y. (2004). Incorporation of online materials in Freshman English classes: Challenges and difficulties. Proceedings of ELT and E-learning in an Electronic Age: Issues and Alternatives, 1-16. 
  16. Hsu, A. Y. (2003). Strategies for the teaching and learning of reading. 共同教育之發展研討會:語言學習策略與大學英語教育, 1-7.
  17. Hsu, A. Y. (2003). Plagiarism issues in academic writing. Proceedings of International Symposium on English for Academic and Specific Purposes, 89-99.

BOOK or CHARTER

  1. Hsu, A. Y. (2008). Researching the complex context of plagiarism: The triangularity of patchwriting, paraphrasing, and plagiarizing. In S. Kao & C. Hsieh (Eds.) Languages across cultures: Language learning and teaching, (pp. 105-130). Tainan: National Cheng Kung U.

 

 

IV. RESEARCH PROJECT

PROJECT INVESTIGATOR (PI)

 NSC

  1. 2007-2008 Responding to L2 student writing: Explore the myths of teacher feedback and student learning (NSC 96-2411-H-007-034)
  2. 2006-2007 Bridge the gap of research and teaching: Focus on writers (NSC 95-2411-H-007-016)
  3. 2004-2005 Patterns of plagiarism behavior in the EFL classroom: A study of Taiwanese students’ source-based writing (NSC 93-2411-H-007-035)

 MOE

  1. 2003-2006 Improving university-level reading and writing proficiencies in Chinese and English in an information age (-92, 93, 94-FA04-4) [co-principle investigator: Hsien-chin Liou] 

 Others

  1. 2012-2015 英文學術論文寫作教材彙編及英文寫作短期課程規劃與檢討 (Office of Academic Affairs, NTHU)
  2. 2012-2014 英文學術論文寫作教材彙編及英文寫作短期課程規劃與檢討 (Office of Academic Affairs, NTHU)
  3. 2011-2012 The preparation and practice of EFL writing teachers (Office of Research and Development, NTHU, 100N2510E1; 100N7510E1)
  4. 2011-2012英文學術論文寫作教材彙編及英文寫作短期課程規劃與檢討 (Office of Academic Affairs, NTHU)
  5. 2010-2011英文寫作教材開發與課程意見探討 (Office of Academic Affairs, NTHU)
  6. 2009-2010英文學術論文寫作資料庫之未來規劃 (Office of Academic Affairs, NTHU)
  7. 2008-2009英文寫作教學資源開發與教學品質的提昇 (Office of Academic Affairs, NTHU)
  8. 2004 92/2台聯大系統基礎建構(推動教育) (93J0020B1)

 

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