Guangwei Hu spends much of his time researching Pedagogy, Language education, Teaching method, Academic writing and English studies. His study explores the link between Pedagogy and topics such as English language that cross with problems in English proficiency. His research in Language education tackles topics such as Foreign language which are related to areas like Basic education and Comparative education.
In his study, Context, Philosophy of education and Ecological psychology is inextricably linked to Communicative language teaching, which falls within the broad field of Teaching method. His study in Academic writing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Metadiscourse, Discourse marker, Rhetorical question, Peer feedback and Certainty. His English studies research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Critical reading, Modern language, Language assessment and Grammar.
Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Academic writing, Discipline and Foreign language are his primary areas of study. His Pedagogy study typically links adjacent topics like Higher education. The various areas that Guangwei Hu examines in his Mathematics education study include Professional development and Curriculum.
His study looks at the relationship between Academic writing and topics such as Knowledge level, which overlap with Competence. His Discipline research integrates issues from Applied linguistics and Operationalization. His research in Teaching method intersects with topics in Communicative language teaching, Curriculum development and Language assessment.
His primary areas of study are Discipline, Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Surprise and Applied linguistics. His Discipline research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Relation, Subject, Linguistic analysis and Agency. The Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Graduate students and Linguistic sequence complexity.
Guangwei Hu studies Teacher education, a branch of Pedagogy. His work in Applied linguistics addresses subjects such as Semantics, which are connected to disciplines such as English for academic purposes. His study looks at the intersection of Sociology of scientific knowledge and topics like Empirical research with Foreign language.
Guangwei Hu mostly deals with Mathematics education, Higher education, Discipline, Multimedia and Peer feedback. His research in the fields of English as a foreign language, English language and English for academic purposes overlaps with other disciplines such as Structural equation modeling. His Higher education study frequently involves adjacent topics like Foreign language.
His Discipline research includes elements of Operationalization and Linguistic sequence complexity.
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Potential Cultural Resistance to Pedagogical Imports: The Case of Communicative Language Teaching in China
Language Culture and Curriculum (2002)
English Language Education in China: Policies, Progress, and Problems
Language Policy (2005)
Hedging and boosting in abstracts of applied linguistics articles: A comparative study of English- and Chinese-medium journals
Guangwei Hu;Feng Cao.
Journal of Pragmatics (2011)
Using peer review with Chinese ESL student writers
Language Teaching Research (2005)
Recent Important Developments in Secondary English-language Teaching in the People's Republic of China
Language Culture and Curriculum (2002)
Contextual Influences on Instructional Practices: A Chinese Case for an Ecological Approach to ELT
TESOL Quarterly (2005)
English Language Teaching in China: Regional Differences and Contributing Factors
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (2003)
English Language Education in East Asia: Some Recent Developments.
Guangwei Hu;Sandra Lee McKay.
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (2012)
English-medium instruction in Chinese higher education: a case study
Guangwei Hu;Jun Lei.
Higher Education (2014)
Issues of cultural appropriateness and pedagogical efficacy: exploring peer review in a second language writing class
Guangwei Hu;Sandra Tsui Eu Lam.
Instructional Science (2010)
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