Dr. Yang Xiaoyin

Publications

Dr. Yang Xiaoyin
Title:

Lecuturer

Education Background:
PhD in Education
MA in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
BA in English (Advanced Translation and Interpreting)
Office Address

Room B528, Teaching Building B

Phone

23516521

Teaching Area

Year 2 EAP

Research

TESOL, Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Intercultural Communication, Sociocultural Theory

PublicationsInfo

Conference proceeding:

Yang, X., & Li, X. (2017). Roles of mobile devices supporting international students to overcome intercultural difficulties. CALL in a climate of change: adapting to turbulent global conditions, 339-344.


Conference presentations:

  • Yang, X., Tufarelli, C., North, S., Stonlnik, S. Mantovani, G. & De Matteis, C. (2018). ‘Come on into our research labs’: promoting interactions of early-year undergraduates with researchers to gain insights into the research community of practice. Presented at Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference: Making Connections and Sharing Pedagogy, Hull, UK.


Yang, X., & Li, X. (2017, August). Roles of mobile devices supporting international students to overcome intercultural difficulties. Presented at EUROCALL 2017 Southampton: CALL in a climate of change, Southampton, UK.


Yang, X. (2015, September). An exploratory study of international students’ use of mobile devices in the mediation of difficulties during study abroad. Presented at BAAL/Routledge Applied Linguistics Workshop Programme 2015: Beyond the Classroom: Researching Second Language Learning in Out-of-Class Contexts, Oxford, UK.


Yang, X. (2015, April). Mobile devices supporting international students to overcome language and culture difficulties during study abroad. Presented at White Rose Research Students’ Education Conference, Leeds, UK.


Yang, X. (2014, June). An exploratory study of mobile devices supporting international students overcoming language and culture difficulties during study abroad. Presented at Education Research Group Seminar, York, UK


Yang, X. (2014, March). Promoting group discussion with Chinese students. Presented at Prepare Future Academics Symposium, York, UK.