Literacy in English Conversation through Critical Thinking and Writing

By Ching-Huang Wang, Jenny Wang, Yi-Tzu Emily Wu and Jun-min Kuo.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This study aims to share a course design of English Conversation and further reveals the effectiveness of instilling critical thinking and writing into English Conversation learning.

Keywords: Course design, Critical writing, English conversation, Critical thinking

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.95-106. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.063MB).

Prof. Ching-Huang Wang

Ching-huang Wang, Assistant Professor in Applied Foreign Languages Department at National Formosa University, is mainly engaged in research in bibliotherapy, identity, critical literacies, and syllabus design.

Dr. Jenny Wang

Jenny Wang, Assistant Professor in Applied Foreign Languages Department at National Formosa University, is mainly engaged in research in E-learning, methodology, and EFL teaching.

Dr. Yi-Tzu Emily Wu

Yi-Tzu Emily Wu, Assistant Professor in Applied Foreign Languages Department at National Formosa University, is mainly engaged in research in E-learning, bilingual education, children’s literature, language and culture, and EFL teaching.

Jun-min Kuo

Jun-min Kuo, a doctoral student in Language Education at Indiana University- Bloomington, is mainly engaged in research in critical literacy, children’s literature, cultural studies, EFL, and methodology.

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