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Ms Jinping li BA, MA

Lecturer in Mandarin

E-mail: Jinping.li@uwtsd.ac.uk



Teaching the module: Foreign languages and cultural awareness

I graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University with a MA in applied linguistics. 

I am an associate professor in Bejing Union University before I came to work in the UK.  I was a visiting scholar in university of Illinois in year 2015 and have published a lot of papers and books in  Second language acquisition.

I teach English in Beijing Union University before I came to the UK.

Now I am teaching mandarin in London Campus.

My research interest is second language acquisition, especially learning strategies in second language acquisition.

Li Jinping(2015).College English Teaching Methods Based on Learning Strategies,  Examination Journal, 47.38-39.

Li Jinping(2013).The Study of Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Undergraduate Non-English Majors. Journal of Educational Institute of Jilin Province, 340. 1-3.

Li Jinping(2013).The Experimental Study of the Training of Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Vocational School Students. China Education Innovation Herald. 16.36-37.

Li Jinping(2013).Study of the Difference in the Use of Vocabulary Learning Strategies Between Good English learners and Poor English learners. Examination Journal, 95, 94-95.

Li Jinping(2013).The Implication of Incidental Vocabulary Learning on College English Teaching. Examination journal, 100, 79-80.

Li Jinping, Qi Chunping, An Cuili(2013).Vocabulary Teaching and Learning in the  University. Beijing: Intellectual Property Press.

Li Jinping(2010). The Experimental Study of English Reading Strategy Training in Cyberspace. Modern education technology. 7.21-23.

Li Jinping(2010).Review of the Study of the Strategy of Avoidance in Second Language Acquisition. Continue Education Research. 2.19-21.

Li Jinping(2010). Disagreement in English Subject and Verb Agreement. Modern Literature. 1.41-42.

Li Jinping(2010). The Study of the Acquisition of English Reflectives. Education and Management.1.30-31.