WU Yingqi

  • 2014-12-08
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WU Yingqi
 
Lecturer
Address: Dept. of Foreign Languages, UCAS, 19A Yuquan Rd., Beijing 100049, P. R. China
Office: Room 202 Humanities Building
Phone: 86-10-88256058
 

Research Interests

Pragmatics, Semantics, English Education, Second Language Acquisition

 

Education

2008                    University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

                            Academic Visitor in Second Language Acquisition

2006 – 2011        Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing

PhD in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Received in June 2011

2003 – 2005       Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing

                            MA in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Received in June 2005

1996 – 2000       Tianjin Foreign Studies University, Tianjin

                            BA in English Received in June 2000

 

Work Experience

2011 – Present     lecturer, Department of Foreign Languages, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

April 2007           examiner, the Office of Chinese Language Council International, Beijing

2006 – 2007       translator, The World of Chinese, Beijing: The Commercial Press, October 2006 to March 2007

2000 – 2006       lecturer, School of English Studies, Tianjin Foreign Studies University, Tianjin, July 2000 to August 2006

 

Teaching Area(s)

Advanced English Reading and Writing, Pragmatics

 

Selected Publications

I. Papers

Wu, Yingqi (2010). Learn English with Stories. China Reading Weekly 20 January 2010: 20th section.

        http://www.gmw.cn/01ds/2010-01/20/content_1042482.htm

Wu, Yingqi & Guohua Chen (2006). Chinese college students’ English pragmalinguistic competence: A survey and analysis. Foreign Languages in China 9 (1): 41-46.

Wu, Yingqi & Guohua Chen (2006). Chinese non-English majors’ English pragmatic failure: A survey and analysis. In Kenan Lin & Shiqing Wang (eds.). Pedagogical Research at Tertiary Level. Tianjin: Tianjin Science and Techonology Press, 28-39.

Wu, Yingqi & Guohua Chen (2005). Chinese college students’ English pragmalinguistic competence: A survey and analysis. English Education in China 2, online journal.

              http://www.sinoss.com/portal/webgate/_CmdArticleList