Associate Professor of School of Foreign Language

Phone: 02787543239

Email: tangfang@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Language and Identity, Writing Studies, Foreign Language Education, Translation, and Interpreting

Fang Tang is an associate professor of Applied Linguistics in the School of Foreign Languages at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China. Her research interests include issues of identity, writing studies, foreign language education, translation, and interpreting

Academic Degrees

2000-2004 Huazhong University of Science and Technology M.A.

1994-1998 Central China Normal University B.A.

Professional Experience

2012-present Huazhong University of Science and Technology- Associate Professor

1998-2012  Huazhong University of Science and Technology- Lecturer

2012.07-09  Memorial University, Canada- Visiting Scholar

2006.07-08  International House, London- Visiting Scholar

Selected Publications

Tang, F., & Xu, M. (2014). A Study and Survey of College English Writers’ Self-construal. Foreign Language World, 3, 37-44.

 

Tang, F., & Xu, M. (2012). An Investigation into Relationship between Self-efficacy and Beliefs about Language Learning, Journal of Wuhan Institute of Physical Education, 6, 87-91.

 

Tang, F., & Xu, J. (2011). A Study and Survey of English Writing Self-efficacy of Chinese Non-English Majors. Foreign Language World, 6, 22-29.

 

Tang, F., & Xu, J. (2008). Review of Research on English Writing Autonomy Home and Abroad. Foreign Language World, 4, 26-33.

 

Xu, J., & Tang, F. (2007). A Study of Differences in the Metacognitive Knowledge of Good and Poor English Writers. Journal of PLA University of Foreign Languages, 6, 44-48.

 

Tang, F., & Xu, J. (2005). Review of Research on Metacognition in English Writing Home and Abroad. Foreign Language World, 5, 17-23.

 

Xu, J., & Tang, F. (2004). A Study of Correlations between College Students’ Beliefs about Language Learning and Their Cognitive Styles and Personalities. Journal of Xi’an International Studies University, 4, 21-25.

Working Papers

A Study on Chinese Undergraduates’ Writer Identity in English Writing

Project Leader. Funding source: HUST

 

A Research on the Relationship between Self-efficacy and Writing Performance of China’s non-English Majors and the Mediating Factors

Project Leader. Funding source: HUST

 

English Writing from Basic to Academic: Theory and Practice

Project Leader. Funding source: HUST

 

Exploring a New English Autonomous Writing Teaching Model for Freshmen

Project Leader. Funding Source: Hubei Provincial Department of Education

 

Fostering Learners’ English Autonomous Writing Abilities: A Case Study

Project Leader. Funding source: HUST

 

A Study on the Development of Chinese College Students' Autonomous English Learning Ability

Project Participant. Funding Source: National Social Science Foundation of the People’s Republic of China

 

A Narrative Study: Excellent College English Teachers' Professional Development

Project Participant. Funding Source: Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China

Courses Taught

English for General Academic Purposes: Reading and Writing

Academic Writing: A Practical Guide for Students

Advanced English Reading and Writing

British and American Culture

Public Speaking

IELTS Listening

TOEIC Listening

College English: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing

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