Isobel Kaihui Wang
- Research Fellow at ELT Research and Methodology
- Lecturer at the Institute of English Studies (Course: Introduction to Communicative Language Teaching)
My on-going research interests lie in the areas of the teaching and learning of vocabulary, second language acquisition (both of Chinese and English), language learner autonomy and strategies, teacher development, and intercultural communication. I have investigated: (1) strategic language learning, agency and context, (2) international students’ intercultural and educational experiences, (3) strategies for vocabulary development (4) out-of-class vocabulary learning with technology. I am currently developing new interests in various aspects of teacher psychology.
- Ph.D in Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick.
- Master of Arts. MA in English Language Teaching, University of Warwick.
- Bachelor of Arts. BA in History, Heritage and Education, University of Birmingham.
- Wang, I.K.-H. (2018). Learning Vocabulary Strategically in a Study Abroad Context. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Wang, I.K.-H. (2018). Long-term Chinese Students’ Transitional Experiences in UK Higher Education: A Particular Focus on their Academic Adaptation. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 30(1), 12-25.
- Cohen, A. D. & Wang, I.K.-H (2018). Fluctuation in the Functions of Language Learner Strategies. System, 74, 169-182.
- Wang, I.K.-H. (2015). The Use of Dialogic Strategy Clusters for Vocabulary Learning by Chinese Students in the UK. System, 51, 51-64.
- Wang, I.K.-H. (2013). International Chinese Students' Strategic Vocabulary Learning: Agency and Context. Coventry: University of Warwick.