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Barry Lee Reynolds, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English Education

Faculty of Education, University of Macau

Address:

Room 1017, Faculty of Education University of Macau, E33

Av. da Universidade, Taipa

Macau, China

Phone:

(853) 8822 4806

Fax:

(853) 8822 2402

E-mail:

BarryReynolds@um.edu.mo

Web:

www.um.edu.mo/fed/staff/BarryReynolds

 

EDUCATION

 

l  Ph.D., Learning & Instruction, 2007/09-2013/07, Central University of Taiwan

§   Dissertation Title: Rethinking Frequency in Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition: The Effects of Word Form Variation and Multiword Patterns

l  M.A., Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2002/08-2004/12, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, USA

l  B.A., English & Double Minor in Creative Writing and Computer Information Systems, 1998/08-2002/05, Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, USA

 

RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS

 

For detailed information on my research, please visit the Applied Linguistics, Language, and Literacy Lab website

 

l  L1/L2 Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition

l  L2 Vocabulary Acquisition/Instruction

l  Phraseology and Formulaic Language

l  Vocabulary Translation

l  L2 Vocabulary Learning Strategies

l  L2 Reading Strategies

l  Extensive Reading

l  L2 Reading/Writing (Literacy) Instruction

l  Written Corrective Feedback for L2 Writing Development

l  CALL & Blended Language Learning

l  Digital Game-Based Language Learning

l  Language Teacher Training

l  Language Policy and Language Curriculum

l  Applied Linguistics in ELT

l  Eye Tracking in Applied Linguistics

CURRENT COURSES

 

Graduate Courses

EDUC7179 – Curriculum Design and Materials Development for English Teachers

EDUC7199 – Academic Thesis (MEd Curriculum and Instruction – English Language Education)

EDUC7399 – Academic Thesis (MEd Early Childhood Education and Child Development)

EDUC899 – Doctoral Thesis

 

Undergraduate Courses

EDUC4995 – Supervised Teaching and School Experience (Secondary Education – English)

EDUC1024 – Introduction to English Language Teaching

 

PREVIOUS COURSES

 

Graduate Courses

EDUC7183 – Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition and Language Teaching

EDCI778 – Written and Spoken Discourse for English Language Teaching (co-Taught)

EDUC6102 – Curriculum and Pedagogy (Subject Based) (co-Taught)

EDUC6004 – Teaching Practice

 

Undergraduate Courses

EDUC2022 – Teaching Reading and Writing

EDUC4997 – Supervised Teaching and School Experience (Primary Education)

EDUC3022 – English Language Activities

HONR4000 – Honours Project

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

(Dates in Academic Years)

 

·        New Academic Staff Club Executive Member (2016-2017)

·        Macau SAR Joint Admissions Exam English Exam Marking (2017-2020)

·        BEd Program (English) Admission Interview Panel Member (2017-2021)

·        BEd Program (English) PRA Interview Panel Member (2017-2019)

·        PGCE Program Secondary Education (English) Selection Panel Member (2017-2021)

·        MEd Program Early/Regular Admission Panel Member (2017-2020)

·        University Senate (2018-2020)

·        Academic Quality Assurance Committee (2018-2020)

·        Faculty of Education Research Committee (2018-2020)

·        Non-Resident Fellow, Moon Chun Memorial College (2018-Present)

·        Panel Member for Faculty of Education Honours College Applicants (2018-2019)

·        MEd Curriculum & Instruction English Language Examiner (2018-2019)

·        BEd Primary Education English Stream English Language Examiner (2019-2020)

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

 

l  Assistant Professor of English Education (2016/08-Present), Faculty of Education, University of Macau

l  Assistant Professor of English Language (2014/08-2016/07), Education Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Yang-Ming University

l  Adjunct Assistant Professor (2013/08-2014/07) & Adjunct All English Program Project Lecturer (2014/05-2014/06; 2013/10-2013/11; 2013/04-2013/05), Department of English, Taipei University of Technology

l  Adjunct Assistant Professor (2013/08-2015/01), Department of Applied Foreign Languages, Taipei University of Business

l  Adjunct Lecturer (2013/07-2013/08; 2012/07-2012/08) & Adjunct Assistant Professor (2014/06-2014/08), CEU Universidad Cardenal Herera

l  Adjunct Lecturer (2012/09-2014/07), Department of Applied Foreign Languages, Takming University of Science and Technology

l  Adjunct English Teacher (2012/07-2014/07), School of Management, Central University

l  Adjunct Project Lecturer (2010/09-2010/10), Innovation and Incubation Center, Central University

l  Part-Time Editor (2010/09-2013/03; 2013/12-2014/01), University System of Taiwan

l  Adjunct English Teacher (2009/03-2012/01), Graduate Institute of Industrial Management, Central University

l  Part-Time Research Assistant (2009/01-2012/07), Central University, Graduate Institute of Learning & Instruction

l  Adjunct Lecturer (2008/09-2009/09), Hung Sheng Christian College

l  Part-Time Research Assistant (2007/08-2008/01), Central University, Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology

l  Lecturer (2005/02-2007/08), Coordinator for USA Study Abroad Program and Protocol Ambassador Lecturer (2005/02-2007/08), In-Service Teacher Trainer (2005/08-2006/08) & English Self-Learning Center Consultant and Tutor (2006/08-2007/08), Department of Foreign Languages, Chiayi University

l  Graduate Assistant Instructor (2004/08-2004/12), Department of English & Philosophy, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, USA

l  ESL Instructor (2003/01-2003/06; 2004/01-2004/06), English Language Institute, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, USA

l  Teacher (2002/06-2002/08), Hindman Settlement School, Hindman, Kentucky, USA

l  Part-Time Tutor (1999/08-2000/12), Tutoring & Learning Center, Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, USA

                                                             

PUBLICATIONS

SSCI=Social Sciences Citation Index; ESCI=Emerging Source Citation Index; IF=Impact Factor; SJR=SCImago Journal Rank; SNIP=Source-normalized Impact per Paper

Journal Articles

 

[47]   Reynolds, B.L.*, & Song, T. (2020, accepted). Identity, Motivation, and Multilingual Education in Asian Contexts, Feng Teng, Lixun Wang. Bloomsbury, London (2020). xiii + 182 pp. [Review of the book Identity, Motivation, and Multilingual Education in Asian Contexts, by F. Teng & L. Wang]. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics. (SSCI 2019 IF 1.979 5-Year IF 2.464 Q1 Linguistics 25/187) *corresponding author

[46]   Kao, C-W., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2020, accepted). High school teacher feedback on word choice errors. Language Learning & Technology. (SSCI 2019 IF 2.473 5-Year IF 3.299 Q1 Linguistics 14/187) *corresponding author (MYRG2019-0030-FED)

[45]   Reynolds, B.L. (2020, online first). Situated incidental vocabulary acquisition: The effects of in-class and out-of-class novel reading. Applied Linguistics Review. doi:10.1515/applirev-2019-0059 (SSCI 2019 IF 1.571 5-Year IF 2.139 Q2 Linguistics 50/187) (MYRG2019-00030-FED)

[44]   Kao, C.-W, Reynolds, B.L.*, Teng, F.M. (2019, online first). What we need to know about student writers’ grammar learning and correction. Applied Linguistics Review. doi:10.1515/applirev-2019-0016 (SSCI 2019 IF 1.571 5-Year IF 2.139 Q2 Linguistics 50/187) (MYRG2018-00008-FED) *corresponding author

[43]   Reynolds, B.L.*, & Kao, C-.W. (2019, online first). The effects of digital game-based instruction, teacher instruction, and direct focused written corrective feedback on the grammatical accuracy of English articles. Computer Assisted Language Learning. doi:10.1080/09588221.2019.1617747 (SSCI 2019 IF 2.642 5-Year IF 3.072 Q1 Linguistics 10/187) (MYRG2018-00008-FED) *corresponding author

[42]   Reynolds, B.L.,* & Ding, C. (2019, online first). English L2 Reading: Getting to the Bottom, Third Edition: Commentary for an Updated Edition. Literacy. doi:10.1111/lit.12196 (SSCI 2019 IF 1.158 5-Year IF 1.215 Q2 Linguistics 73/187) (MYRG2018-00008-FED) *corresponding author

[41]   Reynolds, B.L.*, & Teng, F. (2020). Vocabulary bridge-building: A book review of Norbert Schmitt (2010), I.S. Paul Nation & Stuart Webb (2011), and Paul Meara & Imma Miralpeix (2016). Applied Linguistics, 41(4), 612-617. doi:10.1093/applin/amy021 (SSCI 2019 IF 4.286 5-Year IF 4.901 Q1 Linguistics 2/187) *corresponding author

[40]   Reynolds, B.L.*, Wu, W.-H., & Shih, Y.-C. (2020). Which elements matter?: Constructing word cards for English vocabulary growth. Sage Open, 10(2), 1-12. doi:10.1177/2158244020919512 (SSCI 2019 IF 0.715 5-Year IF N/A Q4 Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary 83/108) (MYRG2019-00030-FED) *corresponding author

[39]   Reynolds, B.L. (2020). The effects of nonce words, frequency, contextual richness, and L2 vocabulary knowledge on the incidental acquisition of vocabulary through reading: More than a replication of Zahar et al. (2001) & Tekmen and Daloğlu (2006). IRAL-International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 58(1), 75-102. doi:10.1515/iral-2015-0115 (SSCI 2019 IF 0.647 5-Year IF 1.256 Q3 Linguistics 116/187) (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[38]   Ding, C., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2019). The effects of L1 congruency, L2 proficiency, and the collocate-node relationship on the processing of L2 English collocations by L1-Chinese EFL learners. Review of Cognitive Linguistics, 17(2), 331-357. doi:10.1075/rcl.00038.din (SSCI 2019 IF 0.686 5-Year IF 0.647 Q3 Linguistics 112/187) *corresponding author

[37]   Reynolds, B.L. (2019). A mixed methods study of “English Corners” funded by the Taiwan Ministry of Education “Program for Promoting Teaching Excellence of Universities”. Applied Linguistics Review, 10(4), 561-590. doi:10.1515/applirev-2017-0046 (SSCI 2019 IF 1.571 5-Year IF 2.139 Q2 Linguistics 50/187)

[36]   Hu, B.Y., Li, Y., Wang, C., Reynolds, B.L., & Wang, S. (2019). The relation between school climate and preschool teacher stress: The mediating role of teachers’ self-efficacy. Journal of Educational Administration, 57(6), 748-767. doi:10.1108/JEA-08-2018-0146 (ESCI/SCOPUS 2019 SJR 0.948 SNIP 1.387 CiteScore 2.5 Q1 Education 280/1254)

[35]Hsieh, Y.T., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2019). A corpus study of stance adverbs in modern Mandarin Chinese—yexu, keneng, and haoxiang. The Linguistics Journal, 13(1), 52-72. (SCOPUS SJR N/A SNIP N/A CiteScore N/A Q4 Language and Linguistics 769/830). *corresponding author

[34]   Yang, S., & Reynolds, B.L. (2019). Teaching English to young learners: Critical issues in language teaching with 3-12 year olds [Review of the book]. The Asian EFL Journal Quarterly, 23(5), 221-225. (SCOPUS 2019 SJR 0.233 SNIP 0.949 CiteScore 0.5 Q2 Language and Linguistics 331/830)

[33]   Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (2019). Foreword [Editorial]. The     Asian EFL Journal Quarterly, 23(5), 1-3. (SCOPUS 2019 SJR 0.233 SNIP 0.949 CiteScore 0.5 Q2 Language and Linguistics 331/830)

[32]   Reynolds, B.L. (2019). The effect of morphological form variation on adult first language incidental vocabulary acquisition through reading. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 18(1), 36-51. doi:10.1108/ETPC-07-2018-0069 (SSCI 2019 IF 0.648 5-Year IF 0.588 Q3 Linguistics 115/187) (MYRG2018-00008-FED)

[31]   Teng, F., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2019). Effects of individual and group metacognitive prompts on EFL reading comprehension and incidental vocabulary learning. PLoS ONE, 14(5), e0215902. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0215902 (SSCI 2019 IF 2.740 5-Year IF 3.226 Q2 Multidisciplinary Sciences 27/71) (SRG2016-00079-FED & MYRG2019-00030-FED) *corresponding author

[30]   Reynolds, B.L.*, & Shih, Y.-C. (2019). The learning effects of student-constructed word cards as homework for the adolescent English language classroom. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics, 81, 146-162. doi:10.1016/j.system.2019.01 (SSCI 2019 IF 1.979 5-Year IF 2.464 Q1 Linguistics 25/187) *corresponding author (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[29]   Snoder, P., & Reynolds, B.L. (2019). How dictogloss can facilitate collocation learning in ELT. ELT Journal, 73(1), 41-50. doi:10.1093/elt/ccy024 (SSCI 2019 IF 1.314 5-Year IF 1.750 Q2 Linguistics 63/187)

[28]   Yu, S., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2018). Investigating writing tasks in English textbooks for Chinese secondary students. The Journal of Asia TEFL, 15(4), 1114-1121. doi:10.18823/asiatefl.2018.15.4.15.1114 (ESCI/SCOPUS, 2018 SJR 0.274 SNIP 0.657 CiteScore 0.48 Q2 Linguistics and Language 259/738) *corresponding author

[27]   Reynolds, B.L.*, Shih, Y.-C., & Wu, W.-H. (2018). Modeling Taiwanese adolescent learners’ English vocabulary acquisition and retention: The washback effect of the College Entrance Examination Center’s Reference Word List. English for Specific Purposes, 52, 47-59. doi:10.1016/j.esp.2018.08.001. (SSCI 2018 IF 1.704 5-Year IF 2.224 Q1 Linguistics 33/184) (SRG2016-00079-FED) *corresponding author

[26]Ding, C., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2018). Making and using word lists for language learning and testing. [Review of the book Making and using word lists for language learning and testing, by I.S.P. Nation]. Applied Linguistics, 39(4), 602-606. doi:10.1093/applin/amx052 (SSCI 2018 IF 3.041 5-Year IF 4.516 Q1 Linguistics 5/181) *corresponding author

[25]   Shih, Y.-C., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2018). Exploring strong and weak EFL readers' strategy use after a reading strategy and extensive reading instructional intervention: A think-aloud analysis. Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics, 31(1), 345-377. doi:10.1075/resla.16032.shi (SSCI 2018 IF 0.233 5-Year IF 0.320 Q4 Linguistics 171/184) *corresponding author

[24]   Shih, Y.-C., Chern, C.L., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2018). Bringing extensive reading and reading strategies into the Taiwanese junior college classroom. Reading in a Foreign Language, 30(1), 130-151. (ESCI) *corresponding author

[23]   Reynolds, B.L.*, & Yu, M.H. (2018). Addressing the language needs of administrative staff in Taiwan's internationalised higher education: Call for an English as a lingua franca curriculum to increase communicative competence and willingness to communicate. Language and Education, 32(2), 147-166. doi:10.1080/09500782.2017.1405017 (SSCI 2018 IF 1.164 5-Year IF 1.673 Q2 Linguistics 63/184) *corresponding author (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[22]Shih, Y.-C., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2018). The effects of integrating goal setting and reading strategy instruction on English reading proficiency and learning motivation: A quasi-experimental study. Applied Linguistics Review, 9(1), 35-62. doi:10.1515/applirev-2016-1022 (SSCI 2018 IF 1.098 5-Year IF 1.871 Q2 Linguistics 71/184) *corresponding author

[21]   Kao, C.-W., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2017). A study on the relationship among Taiwanese college students’ EFL writing strategy use, writing ability and writing difficulty. English Teaching & Learning, 41(4), 31-64. doi:10.6330/ETL.2017.41.4.02 (SCOPUS, 2017 SJR 0.185 SNIP 0.496 CiteScore 0.11 Q2 Language and Linguistics 455/671) *corresponding author

[20]   Reynolds, B.L. (2017). Evidence for the Task-Induced Involvement Construct in incidental vocabulary acquisition through digital gaming. The Language Learning Journal, 45(4), 466-484. doi:10.1080/09571736.2014.938243 (ESCI/SCOPUS, 2017 SJR 0.632 SNIP 0.868 CiteScore 0.80 Q1 Language and Linguistics 130/618)

[19]   Reynolds, B.L.*, & Kao, C.-W. (2016). More than a Response to Andrew Sampson's (2012) "Coded and uncoded error feedback: Effects on error frequencies in adult Colombian EFL learners' writing": A Call for Replication. Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education, 1(15), 1-6. doi:10.1186/s40862-016-0020-9 (ESCI) *corresponding author

[18]   Reynolds, B.L. (2016). Investigating the effects of target word properties on the incidental acquisition of vocabulary through reading. TESL-EJ: Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, 20(3), 1-31. (SCOPUS) (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-)

[17]   Reynolds, B.L. (2016). Troublesome English translations of Taiwanese dishes. English Today, 32(2), 15-23. doi:10.1017/S026607841500067X (SSCI, 2016 IF 0.294 5-Year IF 0.403 Q4 Linguistics 138/182) (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-)

[16]   Reynolds, B.L. (2016). Action research: Applying a bilingual parallel corpus collocational concordancer to Taiwanese medical school EFL academic writing. RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 47(2), 213-227. doi:10.1177/0033688215619518 (ESCI/SCOPUS, 2016 SJR 0.378 SNIP 0.919 CiteScore 0.58 Q1 Language and Linguistics 144/582)

[15]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015). Helping Taiwanese graduate students help themselves: Applying corpora to industrial management English as a foreign language academic reading and writing. Computers in the Schools, 32(3-4), 300-317. doi:10.1080/07380569.2015.1096643 (ESCI/SCOPUS, 2015 SJR 0.371 SNIP 0.785 CiteScore 0.66 Q2 Education 453/904)

[14]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015). The effects of word form variation and frequency on second language incidental vocabulary acquisition through reading. Applied Linguistics Review, 6(4), 467-497. doi:10.1515/applirev-2015-0021 (SSCI, 2015 IF 0.5 Q1 Language and Linguistics 104/181)

[13]   Shih, Y.-C. & Reynolds, B.L.* (2015). Teaching adolescents EFL by integrating Think-Pair-Share and reading strategy instruction: A quasi-experimental study. RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 46(3), 221-235. doi:10.1177/0033688215589886 (ESCI/SCOPUS, 2015 SJR 0.533 SNIP 1.001 CiteScore 0.55 Q1 Language and Linguistics 167/568) *corresponding author

[12]   Reynolds, B.L.*, Wu, W.-H., Liu, H.-W., Kuo, S.-Y., & Yeh, C.-H. (2015). Towards a model of advanced learners’ vocabulary acquisition: An investigation of L2 vocabulary acquisition and retention by Taiwanese English majors. Applied Linguistics Review, 6(1), 121-144. doi:10.1515/applirev-2015-0006 (SSCI, 2015 IF 0.5 5-Year IF not available Q3 Linguistics 104/181) (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-) *corresponding author

[11]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015). A mixed-methods approach to investigating first- and second-language incidental vocabulary acquisition through the reading of fiction. Reading Research Quarterly, 50(1), 111-127. doi:10.1002/rrq.88 (SSCI, 2015 IF 2.087 5-Year IF 3.168 Q1 Education & Educational Research 19/231)

[10]   Reynolds, B.L.* & Anderson, T.A.F. (2015). Extra-dimensional in-class communications: Action research exploring text chat support of face-to-face writing. Computers and Composition, 35, 52-64. doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2014.12.002 (SCOPUS, 2015 SJR 0.547 SNIP 1.106 CiteScore 0.70 Q1 Language and Linguistics 134/568) *corresponding author

[9]  Reynolds, B.L.* & Wible, D. (2014). Frequency in incidental vocabulary acquisition research: An undefined concept and some consequences. TESOL Quarterly, 48(4), 843-861. doi: 10.1002/tesq.197 (SSCI, 2014 IF 0.94 5-Year IF 1.424 Q2 Linguistics 52/172) *corresponding author

[8]  Reynolds, B.L.* & Liao, C.-C. (2014). Translating religion in The Dream of the Red Chamber. 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature, 20(2), 101-116. doi:10.17576/3L-2014-2002-09 (ESCI/SCOPUS, 2014 SJR 0.67 SNIP 0.865 CiteScore 0.44 Q1 Language and Linguistics 174/529) *corresponding author

[7]  Reynolds, B.L.* & Wang, S.-L. (2014). An investigation of the role of article commendation and criticism in Taiwanese university students' heavy BBS usage. Computers & Education, 78, 210-226. doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2014.04.021 (SSCI, 2014 IF 2.556 5-Year IF 3.227 Q1 Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications 16/102) *corresponding author

[6]  Reynolds, B.L. (2014). An applied phenomenological interview approach to the exploration of Taiwanese EFL teachers’ perspectives on language labs. The Asian EFL Journal Quarterly, 16(1), 189-226. (SCOPUS, 2014 SJR 0.27 SNIP 0.394 CiteScore 0.21 Q2 Language and Linguistics 237/529)

[5]  Reynolds, B.L. (2013). Comments on Stuart Webb and John Macalister’s “Is Text Written for Children Useful for L2 Extensive Reading?” TESOL Quarterly, 47(4), 849–852. doi:10.1002/tesq.145 (SSCI, 2013 IF 1.0 5-Year IF 1.179 Q1 Linguistics 41/169)

[4]  Reynolds, B.L. (2013). A web-based EFL writing environment as a bridge between academic advisers and junior researchers: A pilot study. British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(3), E77-E80. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01344.x (SSCI, 2013 IF 1.394 5-Year IF 1.912 Q1 Education & Educational Research 37/219)

[3]  Reynolds, B.L., & Bai, Y.-L. (2013). Does the freedom of reader choice affect second language incidental vocabulary acquisition? British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(2), E42-E44. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01322.x (SSCI, 2013 IF 1.394 5-Year IF 1.912 Q1 Education & Educational Research 37/219)

[2]  Reynolds, B. L. (2012). Comments on Anthony Bruton, Miguel García López, and Raquel Esquiliche Mesa's “Incidental L2 Vocabulary Learning: An Impracticable Term?” TESOL Quarterly, 46(4), 812–816. doi:10.1002/tesq.64 (SSCI, 2012 IF 0.969 5-Year IF 1.158 Q2 Linguistics 56/162)

[1]  Chiu, Y.-h., Kao, C.-w., & Reynolds, B.L. (2012). The relative effectiveness of digital game-based learning types in English as a foreign language setting: A meta-analysis. British Journal of Educational Technology, 43(4), E104–E107. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2012.01295.x (SSCI, 2012 IF 1.313 5-Year IF 1.888 Q1 Education & Educational Research 37/219)

 

Doctoral Dissertation

 

Reynolds, B.L. (2013). Rethinking frequency in incidental vocabulary acquisition: The effects of word form variation and multiword patterns (Doctoral dissertation). Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan. Retrieved from Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in Taiwan (http://handle.ncl.edu.tw/11296/ndltd/94258780666351234309)

 

Books

 

[2] Reynolds, B.L. (under contract). Second Language Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition. Singapore: Springer Nature.

[1] Reynolds, B.L. & Huang, Y.L. (2006). American Cuisine. Red Bean Publishers: Chiayi, Taiwan. (ISBN: 986-8218-02-0)

 

Book Chapters

 

[7]  Teng, M.F., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2019). English foreign and second language literacy development in Chinese Speaking Asia: What do we know?. In B.L. Reynolds & M.F. Teng (Eds.), English Literacy Instruction for Chinese Speakers (pp. 3-13). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. (ISBN: 978-981-13-6652-9) *corresponding author

[6]  Teng, M.F., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2019). English foreign and second language literacy instruction in Chinese Speaking Asia: Future directions and implications. In B.L. Reynolds & M.F. Teng (Eds.), English Literacy Instruction for Chinese Speakers (pp. 369-378). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. (ISBN: 978-981-13-6652-9) *corresponding author

[5]  Ding, C., & Reynolds, B.L.* (2019). English literacy development in mainland Chinese secondary English classrooms: Pedagogical recommendations for enhancing formulaic language. In B.L. Reynolds & M.F. Teng (Eds.), English Literacy Instruction for Chinese Speakers (pp. 111-126). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. (ISBN: 978-981-13-6652-9) (SRG2016-00079-FED) *corresponding author

[4]  Reynolds, B.L.*, & Chang, S.-I. (2018). Empowering Taiwanese pre-service EFL teachers through a picture book community service project. In F. Copland & S. Garton (Eds.), Voices from the TESOL Classroom: Participant Inquiries in Young Learner Classes (pp. 7-14). Alexandria, Virginia: TESOL Press. (ISBN: 978-1-945351-15-0) *corresponding author

[3]  Kao, C.-W., Reynolds, B.L., & Liauh, Y.-H.E. (2016). EFL writers’ beliefs about grammar learning and correction. In Department of English, Taipei University of Technology (Ed.), Selected Papers from the APLX2015 International Conference on Applied Linguistics (15-32). Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing Co., Ltd. (ISBN: 978-986-147-729-9) (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-)

[2]  Reynolds, B.L.* & Yu, M.H. (2016). Using web-based video technologies to increase Taiwanese university staff’s willingness to use ELF. In L. Lopriore & E. Grazzi (Eds.), Intercultural Communication: New Perspectives from ELF (131-144). Rome, Italy: Rome Tre Press. (ISBN: 978-88-97524-63-2) *corresponding author

[1]  Reynolds, B.L. (2016). The effect of L2 learners’ vocabulary size on the incidental acquisition of vocabulary through the reading of a novel. In National Chiayi University Department of Foreign Languages (Ed.), NCYU Inquiry in Applied Linguistics: The 2015 Issue – Theme: Linguistics Applied Across Borders (1-22). Taipei, Taiwan: Crane Publishing Co., Ltd. (ISBN: 978-986-147-731-2) (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-)

 

Edited Books

 

[4]  Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (under contract). Innovative Approaches in Teaching English Writing to Chinese Speakers. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

[3]  Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (2019). English Literacy Instruction for Chinese Speakers. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. (ISBN: 978-981-13-6652-9)

[2]  Li, M.Y. & Reynolds, B.L. (2017). (Eds.) Research into Second Language Chinese and English Literacy Instruction. Taoyuan, Taiwan/Taipei, Taiwan: National Central University Press & Yuan-Liou Publishing Co., Ltd. (ISBN: 9789865659165)

[1]  Wible, D., Li, M.Y., & Reynolds, B.L. (2013). (Eds.) Second Language Reading and Writing: Investigations into Chinese and English. Jhongli, Taiwan/Taipei, Taiwan: National Central University Press & Yuan-Liou Publishing Co., Ltd. (ISBN: 978-986-03-6856-7)

 

Edited Journal Special Issues

 

[4]  Yang, S., & Reynolds, B.L. (in process). L2 Creative Writing in Asia: Texts, Contexts and Identity Work. International Journal of TESOL Studies.

[3]  Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (in process). Incidental and Informal Vocabulary Learning [Special Issue]. TESOL Journal.

[2]  Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (in process). Teaching English Reading and Writing to Young Learners [Special Issue]. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching.

[1]  Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (2019). Literacy Development for Primary and Secondary English Language Learners Across the Greater China Region [Special Issue]. The Asian EFL Journal,23(5).

Conference Papers

 

[9]  Shadiev, R., Shadiev, N., Shadieva, B., Fayziev, M., & Reynolds, B.L. (2020). Comparing effects of STR versus SELT on cognitive load. In 2019 Twelfth International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing (Ubi-Media) Proceedings. Paper presented at the 2019 Twelfth International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing (Ubi-Media), Baili, Indonesia, 2019, 6-9 August. (pp. 284-287). Bali, Indonesia: IEEE Computer Society Press. (ISBN 978-1-7281-2821-4) doi:10.1109/Ubi-Media.2019.00062

[8]  Anderson, T.A.F., Reynolds, B.L., & Powers, D.M.W. (2017). An approach to accent visualization for the reduction of vowel pronunciation errors. In W. Chen, J.-C. Yang, A.F. Mohd Ayub, S.L. Wong, & A. Mitrovic (Eds.), 25th International Conference on Computers in Education “Technology and Innovation: Computer-Based Educational Systems for the 21st Century” Main Conference Proceedings. Paper presented at The 25th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE), Christchurch, New Zealand, 2017, 4-8 December. (pp. 914-918). Taoyuan City, Taiwan: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education. (ISBN: 978-986-94012-6-5)

[7]  Shadiev, R., Reynolds, B.L., Huang, Y.-M., Shadiev, N., Wang, W., Laxmisha, R., & Wannapipat, W. (2017). Applying speech-to-text recognition and computer-aided translation for supporting multi-lingual communications in cross-cultural learning project. In M. Chang, N.-S. Chen, R. Huang, Kinshuk, D.G. Sampson, & R. Vasiu (Eds.), 2017 IEEE 17th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT). Paper presented at The 17th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, Timisoara, Romania, 2017, 3-7 July. (pp. 182-183). Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press. (ISBN: 978-1-5386-3871-2) doi:10.1109/ICALT.2017.20

[6]  Kao, C.-W. & Reynolds, B.L. (2016). Analyses of EFL teacher feedback on word choice errors from an on-line writing platform. In Y.-J. Yeh & B.-L. Kuo (Eds.), The Aletheia University Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Cross-Cultural Studies Proceedings. Paper presented at the 2016 Aletheia University Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Cross-Cultural Studies, Aletheia University, Taipei, 2016, 7 May. (pp. 35-51). Taipei, Taiwan: Aletheia University. (ISSN: 1998-4669)

[5]  Reynolds, B.L. & Wible, D. (2013). Word form variation matters more than frequency of exposure in incidental vocabulary acquisition. In A.N. Archibald (Ed.), Multilingual Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics: Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics. Paper presented at The 45th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 2012, 6-8 September. (pp. 205-208). London, UK: Scitsiugnil Press. (ISBN: 978-0-9559533-5-4)

[4]  Anderson, T. A. F., Reynolds, B. L., Yeh, X.-P., & Huang, G.-Z. (2008). Video games in the English as a foreign language classroom. In M. Eisenberg, Kinshuck, M. Chang, & R. McGreal (Eds.), DIGITEL ’08 Proceedings of the 2008 Second IEEE International Conference on Digital Game and Intelligent Toy Enhanced Learning. Paper presented at The Second IEEE International Conference on Digital Games and Intelligent Toys Based Education, Banff Park Lodge Resort Hotel and Conference Centre, Banff, CA, 2008, 17-19 November. (pp. 188-192). Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press. (ISBN: 978-0-7695-3409-1)

[3]  Barker, G., Reynolds, B.L., Lao, A. C-C., & Wu, F. (2008). Learning efficiencies using multi-agent based game simulations. In T.W. Chan, G. Biswas, F.C. Chen, S. Chen, C. Chou, M. Jacobson, Kinshuk, F. Klett, C.K. Looi, T. Mitrovic, R. Mizoguchi, K. Nakabayashi, P. Reimann, D. Suthers, & S. Yang (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computers in Education. Paper presented at The 16th International Conference on Computers in Education, Taipei, Taiwan, 2008, 27-31 October. (pp. 737-741). Taipei, Taiwan: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education. (ISBN: 978-986-84735-2-2)

[2]  Wu, F. S.H., Cheng, H. N.H., & Reynolds, B.L. (2008). Effects of virtual opponents in video game on students with different fluency. In T.W. Chan, G. Biswas, F.C. Chen, S. Chen, C. Chou, M. Jacobson, Kinshuk, F. Klett, C.K. Looi, T. Mitrovic, R. Mizoguchi, K. Nakabayashi, P. Reimann, D. Suthers, & S. Yang (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computers in Education. Paper presented at The 16th International Conference on Computers in Education, Taipei, Taiwan 2008, 27-31 October. (pp. 761-765). Taipei, Taiwan: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education. (ISBN: 978-986-84735-2-2)

[1]  Liao, C.C. & Reynolds, B.L. (2007). Translation of religion-related texts in Hung Lou Meng into English. In Y.-n. Leung, H. Chang, K.-c. Cheung, & W.-y. Dai (Eds.), Selected Papers from the Sixteenth International Symposium on English Teaching. Paper presented at The Sixteenth International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching, Taipei, Taiwan 2007, 9-11 November. (CD Volume 2). Taipei: Crane Publishing Co., Ltd. & English Teachers’ Association-Republic of China. (ISBN: 978-986-147-237-9)

 

Conference Presentations Without Published Proceedings

 

[32]   Yu, M.H., & Reynolds, B.L. (2019, October 31). Developing a language course to teach English for communication to administrative staff in an international university. The 5th Saarbrücker Conference on Foreign Language Teaching. Saarbrücken, Germany: University of Applied Sciences.

[31]   Ding, C., & Reynolds, B.L. (2019, October 19). The effects of learner factors on Chinese adolescent learners’ incidental vocabulary acquisition through reading graded readers. 2019 Annual Conference of China English Language Association: Innovations in English Education Research and Practice. Wuhan, China: School of Foreign Languages, Central China Normal University.

[30]   Liu, S., & Reynolds, B.L. (2019, September 22). Vocabulary as the center of an integrated flashcard and picture book early childhood enrichment English program. Shanghai Center for Research in English Language Education First Biennial Conference. Shanghai, China: Shanghai International Studies University.

[29]   Reynolds, B.L. (2019, September 21). Eye-tracking: A no brainer. The 1st Annual Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Taipa, Macau: University of Macau.

[28]   Reynolds, B.L., & Kao, C.-W. (2019, July 10). The effects of digital game-based instruction, teacher instruction, and direct focused written corrective feedback on the grammatical accuracy of English articles. The XXth International CALL Research Conference (SocialCALL) 2019. Hong Kong, China: The Education University of Hong Kong.

[27]   Reynolds, B.L., & Yu, M.H. (2019, June 28). Developing a language course to teach Taiwanese administrative staff English for communication in an international university. The 15th Annual Conference of the BAAL Language Learning and Teaching Special Interest Group: Language Learning and Teaching in Different Contexts. Bath, UK: University of Bath.

[26]   Reynolds, B.L., & Teng, M.F. (2019, April 12). Refocusing teacher feedback on collocation errors. The 72nd Kentucky Foreign Language Conference: The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference (KFLC) (53). Lexington, USA: University of Kentucky.

[25]   Song, T.J., & Reynolds, B.L. (2019, April 12). Exploring EFL incidental vocabulary acquisition through reading expository texts: Text coverage and reading comprehension. The 72nd Kentucky Foreign Language Conference: The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference (KFLC) (54). Lexington, USA: University of Kentucky.

[24]   Shieh, J.-J., & Reynolds, B.L. (2018, October 8-10). The role of teacher’s beliefs in curriculum design in higher education: A case analysis of an ESL teacher. Individual Differences in Second Language Learning and Teaching II: The Individual and the Context. Konin, Poland: State University of Applied Sciences.

[23]   Reynolds, B.L. (2018, October 8-10). The Taiwanese college entrance examination center’s reference word list effects on Taiwanese adolescent learners’ English vocabulary acquisition and retention. Individual Differences in Second Language Learning and Teaching II: The Individual and the Context. Konin, Poland: State University of Applied Sciences. (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[22]   Reynolds, B.L., & Shieh, J.-J. (2018, June 18-20). Eating for English: A comparative environment analysis of a gastronomy language course taught in an ESL and EFL context. ELE: Exploring Language Education: Global and Local Perspectives. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University.

[21]   Shieh, J.-J., & Reynolds, B.L. (2018, June 18-20). An exploratory study on curriculum decision-making in higher education: A case analysis of an ESL teacher. ELE: Exploring Language Education: Global and Local Perspectives. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University.

[20]   Ding, C., & Reynolds, B.L. (2018, May 12-13). The Effects of L1 Congruency, L2 Proficiency, and the Collocate-Node Relationship on the Processing of L2 English Collocations by L1-Chinese EFL Learners. The 15th PhD Forum on Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. Guangzhou, China: Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.

[19]   Reynolds, B.L. (2017, July 23-28). The Effects of In-Class and Out-of-Class Reading on the Incidental Acquisition of Vocabulary. The 18th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2017). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Windsor Barra Hotel Convention Center. (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[18]   Yu, M.H., & Reynolds, B.L. (2017, July 23-28). An innovative pedagogical means to develop an English language course for international communication. The 18th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2017). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Windsor Barra Hotel Convention Center. (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[17]   Reynolds, B.L. (2016, May 12-14). The effects of nonce words, frequency, contextual richness, and learner proficiency on incidental vocabulary acquisition. The 6th International Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics and International Forum on Sociolinguistics. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina: International Burch University. (MOST 105-2914-I-010 -003 -A1)

[16]   Kao, C.-W., Reynolds, B.L., & Liauh, Y.-H.E. (2015, November 19-20). EFL writers’ beliefs about grammar learning and correction. The 2015 International Conference on Applied Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan: National Taipei University of Technology.

[15]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015, October 12-14). The effect of nonce words as target words in L2 incidental vocabulary acquisition research: Some implications and consequences. The 6th Conference on Classroom-Oriented Research: Towards Effective Learning and Teaching. (6). Konin, Poland: State University of Applied Sciences. (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-)

[14]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015, May 30-31). The effect of L2 learners’ vocabulary size on the incidental acquisition of vocabulary through extensive reading. The 2015 International Conference on Applied Linguistics. National Chiayi University: Minghsiung, Taiwan. (MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-)

[13]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015, April 23-25). Words to count on: L1 and L2 speakers’ perceptions of nonce words in vocabulary research and some implications. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference: The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference (KFLC) (42). Lexington, USA: University of Kentucky.

[12]   Reynolds, B.L. & Yu, M.H. (2013, September 4-7). Using web-based video technologies to increase Taiwanese university staff’s willingness to use ELF. The Sixth International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca. Rome, Italy: Roma Tre University.

[11]   Kao, C.-W. & Reynolds, B.L. (2013, October 23-28). Effects of digital game-based learning on learners’ acquisition of English as a foreign language: A meta-analytic study. ACE/ACSET 2013. Osaka, Japan: IAFOR.

[10]   Kao, C.-W., Reynolds, B.L., & Liauh, Y. H. E. (2013, June 21). Learners’ attitude towards grammar instruction in the EFL writing classroom: An analysis on gender and proficiency levels. The 2013 Conference of Applied Foreign Languages. Taipei, Taiwan: TakMing University of Science and Technology. 

[9]  Reynolds, B.L. (2013, June 21). A qualitative investigation exploring Taiwanese EFL teachers’ perspectives on language labs. The 2013 Conference of Applied Foreign Languages. Taipei, Taiwan: TakMing University of Science and Technology. 

[7]  Kao, C.-W., Reynolds, B.L., & Wible, D. (2013, May 4). The relative effectiveness of grammar feedback types in second language writing: A meta-analysis. 2013 Hwa Kang International Conference on English Language & Literature. (60). Taipei, Taiwan: Chinese Culture University. 

[6]  Reynolds, B.L. & Wible, D. (2013, April 18-21). Repeated multiword patterns matter in incidental vocabulary acquisition. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference: The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference (KFLC) (64). Lexington, USA: University of Kentucky.

[5]  Kao, C.-W. & Reynolds, B.L. (2013, April 18-21). Writing learning strategies used by EFL college students: Oxford’s (1990) strategy taxonomy revisited. Kentucky Foreign Language Conference: The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference (KFLC) (62). Lexington, USA: University of Kentucky.

[4]  Kao, C.-W. & Reynolds, B.L. (2013, March 16-19). The effect of computer-based correction on the acquisition of the English article system. The 2013 Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) (152). Dallas, USA: AAAL. 

[3]  Reynolds, B.L. (2012, June 12-16). Taming the jungle of formulaic language for learners: Applying StringNet lexical knowledgebase to EFL academic writing. The 2012 Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (38). Southbend, USA: University of Notre Dame. (NSC-101-2922-I-008-014)

[2]  Reynolds, B.L., Anderson, T.A.F., & Shadiev, R. (2009, May 16-17).  In-class text chat in classroom English writing. The 4th Chinese/English as a Second Language Conference on Reading and Writing Instruction (75-80). Jhongli, Taiwan: National Central University Press.

[1]  Reynolds, B.L. & Huang, Y.L. (2004, October 22-23). Eat for English. Kentucky TESOL Conference. Lexington, USA: Kentucky TESOL.

 

Invited Speeches

 

[30]Reynolds, B.L. (2020, May 22). Power up! Vocabulary and grammar gaming will give learners an edge. School of Education Science, Nanjing Normal University. Nanjing, China. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.32387.94244

[29]Reynolds, B.L. (2020, March 25). The research track. English Language Center, National Chengchi University. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.35148.56969

[28]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, June 3). Bringing corpus tools into the English as a foreign language writing classroom: Credit or cost? Department of Information Management, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science. Tainan, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.29678.66886

[27]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, June 3). Academic publishing: Paving the path. Department of Information Management, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science. Tainan, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.10804.30082

[26]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, June 3). The effects of digital game-based instruction, teacher instruction, and direct focused written corrective feedback on the grammatical accuracy of English articles. Department of Information Management, Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science. Tainan, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.24226.07364

[25]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, May 31). How to increase my English vocabulary? Department of Applied Foreign Languages, Chihlee University of Technology. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.17515.18729

[24]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, May 29). Bringing corpus tools into the English as a foreign language writing classroom: Two investigations. International Master’s Program of Learning and Instruction, National Taipei University of Education. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.36389.55520

[23]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, May 29). A taste of academia. English Language Center, National Chengchi University. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.16256.89603

[22]Reynolds, B.L. (2019, May 20). Facilitating meaning-focused English reading: What English teachers can do with text analysis tools. Registry, University of Macau. Macau SAR, China. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.11820.92805

[21]   Reynolds, B.L. (2019, April 25). Bringing corpus information technology into the EFL writing classroom: Credit or cost? School of Education Science, Nanjing Normal University. Nanjing, China. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.22521.31848

[20]   Reynolds, B.L. (2018, November 22). Modeling Taiwanese adolescent learners’ English vocabulary acquisition and retention, Department of Applied Foreign Languages, Chihlee University of Technology. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.10305.20320 (SRG2016-00079-FED)

[19]   Reynolds, B.L. (2017, December 13). Native speakers have feelings too: Drawing your own map towards successful scholarly writing. English Language Center, National Tsing Hua University. Hsin-Chu, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.11436.56965

[18]   Reynolds, B.L. (2017, December 12). Take the bull by the horns: Realizing your research potential in the academic world. Graduate Institute of TESOL, National Chiao Tung University. Hsin-Chu, Taiwan. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31569.22882

[17]   Reynolds, B.L. (2017, March 29). Reflections on the past and glimpses into the future: Opportunities for incidental vocabulary acquisition research. Faculty of Education, University of Macau. Taipa, Macau SAR. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.29997.69609

[16]   Reynolds, B.L. (2016, May 27). Improve students’ English speaking, listening, and pronunciation by integrating EnglishCentral into classroom instruction. Language Center, Chinese Culture University. Taipei, Taiwan.

[15]   Reynolds, B.L. (2016, May 2). Bootstrapping methods for successful scholarly writing. Graduate Institute of TESOL, National Chiao Tung University. Hsin-Chu, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.2114.9046

[14]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015, April 21). Learning to accommodate: The cross-cultural journey of a teacher. TESOL Program, Murray State University. Murray, Kentucky, USA. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.3399.5288

[13]   Reynolds, B.L. (2015, April 20). Research: Finding answers to questions or finding questions to answer. TESOL Program, Murray State University. Murray, Kentucky, USA. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.1302.3765

 [12]Reynolds, B.L. (2014, July 28). Testing what you teach: Eliminating the “Will this be on the final?” ideology. Language Center, Chihlee Institute of Technology. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.1519.4647

[11]   Reynolds, B.L. (2014, July 28). “I can’t teach that!...Alight, I guess I can.”: A love-hate relationship with Content Based Instruction. Language Center, Chihlee Institute of Technology. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.2830.1841

[10]   Reynolds, B.L. (2014, February 27). Doing second language research: How to start and how to finish. Department of Applied Foreign Languages, National Taipei College of Business. Taipei, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.4403.0484

[9]  Kao, C.-W. & Reynolds, B.L. (2013, July 23). Meta-Analysis: Concept, application and research. Graduate Institute of Learning and Instruction, National Central University. Jhongli, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.5058.4087

[8]  Reynolds, B.L. (2012, October 4). Like a Fish out of Water or Tales on a Tadpole Becoming a Frog: Developing Intercultural Competence. Exchange Experience Workshop, National Central University. Jhongli, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.4730.7286

[7]  Wible, D., Reynolds, B.L., Kao, C.-W., & Yan, E. (2012, October 4). Introduction to StringNet lexical knowledgebase. National Central University College of Science. Jhongli, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.3157.8643

[6]  Reynolds, B.L. (2006, January 23). Culture and English teaching. Chiayi City Elementary School Teachers Professional Development Series. Chiayi, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.3059.5609       

[5]  Reynolds, B.L. (2006, May 1). Self-motivation and English learning. Fu Jen Catholic Junior High School Educational Excellence Lecture Series. Chiayi, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.5156.7120

[4]  Reynolds, B.L. (2006, January 23). Hospitality & foreign visitors. National Chiayi University Protocol Ambassadors Training Lecture Series. Chiayi, Taiwan, China.

[3]  Reynolds, B.L. (2005, April 23). Teaching Drama as Content in the EFL Classroom. National Chiayi University Teacher Development Lecture Series. Chiayi, Taiwan. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3268.4563

[2]  Reynolds, B.L. (2005, March 1). English as an evolutionary language. Fu Jen Catholic Junior High School Educational Excellence Lecture Series. Chiayi, Taiwan. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.3583.8488

[1]  Reynolds, B.L. (2002, December 2). Developing intercultural competence: Countries unite. Murray State University’s Annual International Education Week. Murray, Kentucky, USA. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.1.1748.8405

 

RESEARCH GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

 

[20]   MOP320,800, Higher Education Bureau (DSES), Specialized Subsidy Scheme for Macao Higher Education Institutions in the Area of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, Investigating the Effects of Macao Higher Education Curriculum on Pre-Service Pre-Primary English Teacher Beliefs about Teaching English to Very Young Learners – Phase 2 (HSS-UMAC-2020-07), 2020/07/24-2022/07/23

[19]   MOP23,100, Higher Education Bureau (DSES), Specialized Subsidy Scheme for Macao Higher Education Institutions in the Area of Research in Humanities and Social Sciences, Investigating the Effects of Macao Higher Education Curriculum on Pre-Service Pre-Primary English Teacher Beliefs about Teaching English to Very Young Learners – Phase 1 (28/DSESHSS-UM/2019), 2019/11/25-2019/12/31

[18]   MOP110,000, University of Macau, Multi-Year Research Grant: Investigating the Effects of Intratextual and Extratextual Variables on the Incidental Acquisition of Vocabulary through Reading (MYRG2019-00030-FED), 2020/01/01-2021/12/31

[17]   MOP511,335, University of Macau, Multi-Year Research Grant: Written Corrective Feedback and Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition: Effects on Second Language Literacy Instruction (MYRG2018-00008-FED), 2019/01/01-2021/12/31

[16]   MOP150,000, University of Macau, Start-up Research Grant: Instructed Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition: Investigating the Effects of Learner Constructed Flash Cards on Learning Outcomes (SRG2016-00079-FED), 2017/02/20-2019/02/19

[15]   NT$80,000, Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology, Travel Grant to Domestic Scholars for Presenting Papers at International Conferences (MOST 105-2914-I-010-003-A1), 2016/05/12-2016/05/14

[14]   NT$60,00, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan, Visiting Professor Grant (Aim For the Top University Project) Project Name: 2015 Academic Visit to Murray State University, USA and Attendance of the 2015 University of Kentucky International Conference on Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, 2015/04/16-2015/04/27

[13]   NT$505,000, Taiwan Ministry of Science and Technology, Project Name: “Leaving No Stone Unturned: Investigating the Effects of Multiple Variables on the Incidental Acquisition of Vocabulary Through Reading by the use of Systematic Replication” [Project Number: MOST 103-2410-H-010-015-], 2014/11/01-2016/1/31

[12]   US$2,000, China Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture, Travel Grant to Young Scholars for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2014

[11]   US$3,000, China Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture, Travel Grant to Young Scholars for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2013

[10]   NT$35,000, Taiwan National Science Council, Travel Grant to Domestic Graduate Students for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2013

[9]  NT$20,000, National Central University, Taiwan, Travel Grant to Doctorate Students for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2013

[8]  NT$15,000, Taiwan Ministry of Education, Travel Grant to Doctorate Students for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2012

[7]  NT$20,000, National Central University, Taiwan, Travel Grant to Doctorate Students for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2012

[6]  US$2,000, China Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture, Travel Grant to Young Scholars for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2012

[5]  NT$45,000, Taiwan National Science Council, Travel Grant to Domestic Graduate Students for Presenting Papers at International Conferences, 2011

[4]  NT$672,000, National Central University, Taiwan, Central University Doctoral Program Scholarship, 08/2010-07/2013

[3]  NT$75,600, National Central University, Taiwan, Central University Huayu (Mandarin) Enrichment Scholarship (Awarded by President’s Office), 08/2008-04/2009

[2]  NT$1,080,000, Taiwan Ministry of Education, Taiwan Ministry of Education Doctoral Program Scholarship, 08/2007-07/2010

[1]  US$175, Murray State University, Department of English & Philosophy, Travel Grant for Graduate Students to Attend Conferences, 2004/10/22-2004/10/23

 

Last updated 31 August 2020