Most Recent Additions*
. Error patterns of vocabulary recognition for EFL learners in Hong Kong and Beijing.
P. Y. Gu and Cynthia B. Leung
Gender equity in the context of education in Hong Kong.
Cynthia B. Leung and Sharon L. Bryant
Advantages and disadvantages of classroom instruction with WebQuests: Connecting literacy and technology.
Cynthia B. Leung and Zafer Unal
A comparison of difficulty levels of vocabulary in first-grade basal readers for preschool dual language learners and monolingual English learners.
Cynthia B. Leung, Rebecca Silverman, Ratna Nandakumar, Xiaoyu Qian, and Sara Hines
A Rasch Model prototype for assessing vocabulary learning resulting from different instructional methods: A preschool example.
Cynthia B. Leung and William Steve Lang
Rethinking the writing process: What best-selling and award-winning authors have to say
Michael R. Sampson, Evan Ortlieb, and Cynthia B. Leung
Vocabulary skills of Spanish-English speaking elementary students: A pilot study.
Alejandro E. Brice, Cynthia B. Leung, and Brenda K. Gorman
Preservice teachers’ “revelations and connections”: Fostering deep conversations while reading multicultural literature.
AnnMarie Alberton Gunn, Susan V. Bennett, and Cynthia B. Leung
Writer identity and writing workshop: A future teacher and teacher educator critically reflect.
Cynthia B. Leung and Jacky Hicks
Think, Draw, Write, and Share (TDWS).
Cynthia B. Leung
Ethics of literacy research in the 21st century: Four essays on issues and challenges to ethical conduct – Ethical considerations of research with bilingual and dual language learners.
Cynthia B. Leung
Ethical issues in conducting literacy research in school and out-of-school settings
Cynthia B. Leung, Kelly Cartwright, Barbara Guzzetti, Nancy Flanagan Knapp, B. P. Lester, and Janet C. Richards
Swinging into literacy.
Michael R. Sampson and Cynthia B. Leung
*Updated as of 06/27/17.