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|Institution:||Nanyang Technological University|
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|State and/or Country:||Singapore|
|Selected Publications:||Zhang, D. & Zhang, L.J. (2008). Important considerations of metacognitive factors in successful language learning. In Wu, H.Y. & Li, S.L. (Eds.), Towards Success in Foreign Language Learning: Macroperspectives and Microstrategies (pp. 37-47). Beijing: China Radio and Television Publishing House.
Zhang, L.J. & Zhang, D. (2008). Metacognition, metalinguistic knowledge, self-regulation and foreign language teaching and learning. Foreign Language Education in China (Quarterly), 1(1), 56-65. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.
Zhang, D. & Goh, C.C.M. (2006). Strategy knowledge and perceived strategy use: Singaporean students' awareness of listening and speaking strategies. Language Awareness, 15(3), 199-219.
Zhang, D. (2005). Using listening logs to promote student self-regulated learning. In Kwah, P.F. & Vallance, M. (Eds.), Teaching English to Chinese ESL Students: Classroom Practices (pp. 83-91). Singapore: Pearson Education Longman.
Zhang, D. (2004). Your English is too 'cheem'! Singaporean student listening difficulties and tackling strategies. Asian Englishes, 7(1), 74-91.
Goh, C.C.M. & Zhang, D. (2002). A metacognitive framework for reflective journals. In Chang, A.S.C. & Goh, C.C.M. (Eds.), Teachers' Handbook on Teaching Generic Thinking Skills (pp. 8-21). Singapore: Pearson Education Longman.
Zhang, D. (2001). Learning for listening: Developing metacognitive awareness and strategy use for listening comprehension. Review of Educational Research and Advance for Classroom Teachers (REACT), 20(1), 21-26.
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