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WU Jihong
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WU Jihong

TITLE

Associate Professor

OFFICE TEL

86-20-36207157

E-Mail

200010337@gdufs.edu.cn

Biography

Research Areas

Applied Linguistics

Education

09/2005-11/2010    Guangdong University Of Foreign Studies  

Guangzhou, China,Ph.D in Applied Linguistics  

09/1992-07/1995    Nanjing University,

Nanjing, China.   M.S. in English

09/1984-07/1988    Northwest University,  

XIan, China. B.S. in English

Professional Experiences

05/2000-  Associate ProfessorDepartment of Business English, School of English for International Business, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.  

07/1995-05/2000    Lecturer, Nanjing University of Technology  

07/1988-07/1992, Assistant Teacher, Shanxi Normal University

Teaching

Undergraduate:

Advanced English, Writing,

Publications

BELF: A New Perspective on Business English Teaching in China(2016) Contemporary Foreign Language Studies

On features of Macmillan Collocations Dictionary for Students of English.(2014) Lexicographic Study

Chinese college English teachers language attitude and their teaching practice.(2014) foreign Language Teaching

English Teaching in China:From ELF Perspective(2014)Language Education  

Retrospective and Perspective: A review on studies of China English(2014)Contemporary Foreign Language Studies

Retrospective and Perspective: A Review on Studies of China English(2014)US-China Education Review

A Reflection on English Teaching in China with ELF Approach(2014)Shandong Foreign Language Teaching(special issue)

The representation of metaphors in bilingual learners dictionaries.(2010) Lexicographic Study

The impact ofWittgenstein’s philosophical idea on defining mode in lexicography. (2008) Science Information  

The use of dictionaries in English writing course. (2007Journal of Guangdong Foreign Language Studies

The user-orientation in the third generation learners dictionaries. (2006) Lexicographic Study

English writing: a way to improve collocation competence.(2005) Shandong Foreign Language Teaching

The significance of using monolingual dictionaries in business classes with English-Immersion Approach. (2005) International Economics and Trade Research (especial edition)

Learning collocations with dictionaries.(2005) Journal of Sichuan International Study University

On prescriptive nature of modern English dictionaries.(2005) Journal of Guangdong Foreign Language Studies (especial edition)

Dictionary criticism and user-orientation.(2005) Lexicographic Study

Conference presentation:

2015: BELFA new perspective on business English teaching. 13th Asia TEFL International Conference (Nanjing)

2010: User-orientation and representation of collocations in learners’ dictionaries in the 2nd International for Lexicography and SLA (Chongqing

2009:  On cognitive representation of collocations in bilingual learners’ dictionaries in the 8th  National Symposiums for Bilingual LexicographyBeijing),

2008: The representation of metaphors in bilingual learners’ dictionariesin the 5thLexicographic Conference for Chinese Young Scholars (Wuhan)  

2007: A lexicographic study of collocations in cognitive semantic perspective in the 7th National Symposiums for Bilingual Lexicography

2005: On prescriptive nature of modern English dictionariesin the 6thNational Symposiums for Bilingual Lexicography (Guangzhou)  

2005: Teacher development through reflective teaching in the 1st National Conference for English Teaching and Teacher Development (Guangzhou)

2004: The use of dictionaries in English writing coursein the 2nd International Conference for Teaching English Writing as a Second Language (Xi’an)  

2003: A study of idioms in lexicographical perspectivein the International Conference for Translation and Lexicography (Hong Kong)  

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