Ching-huang Wang, Assistant Professor at National Formosa University, Taiwan, is mainly engaged in research in bibliotherapy, identity, critical literacy, and syllabus design.


Latest publications:
Literacy in English Conversation through Critical Thinking and Writing

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.

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Self-Guided Bibliotherapy for the Purge of Bereavement

This study facilitates a better understanding of the effectiveness and importance of self-guided bibliotherapy in daily life.

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Examining the Effects of Two Combined Peer and Teacher Feedback Models on College Students' Writing Quality

This paper examines the effects of two feedback models on the quality of college students' writing.

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Self-Guided Bibliotherapy for a Breakup

The study reveals a female Taiwanese student's successful self-guided bibliotherapeutic experience in alleviating her emotional difficulties resulting from a homosexuality-related breakup.

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Reading Therapy for Dropping out of High School

The study reveals the effectiveness of self-guided bibliotherapy which a Taiwanese student employed to adjust himself to his high school life.

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Reading for an Interpersonal Maladjustment in a Career

This paper reveals a Taiwanese woman's successful self-guided biliotherapeutic experience in solving her early-career-life interpersonal malajustment.

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The Use of a Class Blog in an English Grammar Course

Overall, the college students reported that the class blog helped them to learn about sentence patterns, practice making sentences and increase their sentence-making ability.

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Self-guided Bibliotherapy: A Case Study of a Taiwanese Doctoral Student

The study qualitatively describes the process by which a Chinese-Literature-majored Taiwanese doctoral student employed self-guided bibliotherapy to deal with his emotional difficulties related to identity conflicts.

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Benefits of Web 2.0 in the College Writing Classroom

This is the research into the use of Web 2.0 technologies, focusing particularly on learning outcomes in college writing curriculum, both in and out of the school environment.

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English Picture-book Creating (EPBC) and English Puppet Show DVD Creating (EPSDC)

This paper investigated 52 college students' responses to two assignments, English Picture-Book Creating” and “English Puppet Show DVD Creating”.

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