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Geo Map
Region#
AS - Asia1308
NA - North America527
EU - Europe408
HKU - The University of Hong Kong153
AF - Africa60
OC - Oceania23
SA - South America18
UND - Undefined45
Total2542
Country#
CN - China540
US - United States517
HK - Hong Kong498
GB - United Kingdom289
HKU - The University of Hong Kong153
KR - Republic of Korea85
ZA - South Africa42
SG - Singapore29
FR - France25
TW - Taiwan22
OTH - Others342
Total2542
City#
Ashburn269
Central District170
The University of Hong Kong153
Central104
Wuhan86
Beijing65
Johannesburg42
Des Moines42
Shanghai34
Basingstoke34
Others1543
Total2542
Contextualizing teaching English as a local/global language: A bottom-up sociolinguistic investigation102
A native-speaker or localised English pronunciation goal? Different views, experiences and concerns by students, teachers and the professionals in Hong Kong108
Contextualising a pedagogical model in English-language education: The case of Hong Kong95
Stakeholders’ perceptions of language variation, English language teaching and language use: The case of Hong Kong83
Bridging the gap between ELF and L2 student pragmatics: Rethinking assessment practices in teaching English as a global language.24
A week in the life of a 'finely tuned' secondary school in Hong Kong75
Contexts, problems and solutions in international communication: Insights for teaching English as a lingua franca113
An intelligibility-oriented approach to teaching Hong Kong English pronunciation.63
Native-Speaker Ideology in English andChinese Language Learning: What Do L2 Learners Say about Their Ultimate Pronunciation Goal?102
A Multi-perspective Investigation of Attitudes Towards English Accents in Hong Kong: Implications for Pronunciation Teaching81
Different EMI arrangements and practices in Hong Kong: Challenges and opportunities18
A corpus-based study of discourse markers in secondary student talk99
Developing an intelligibility-oriented approach to L2 pronunciation teaching: The case of Hong Kong English37
Four decades of English language education in Hong Kong: the evolving teaching methods and designs in curricula, textbooks and assessments68
An evaluation of the pronunciation target in Hong Kong’s ELT curriculum and materials: Influences from WE and ELF?98
Choosing an appropriate pronunciation model for the ELT classroom: A Hong Kong perspective56
Gender and attitudes towards English varieties: Implications for teaching English as a global language55
Fine-tuning language policy in Hong Kong education: stakeholders' perceptions, practices and challenges116
Exploring pronunciation variation in Hong Kong English: The acrolect-basilect continuum26
Herry Widdowson’s Doctoral Workshop35
Four decades of ELT development in Hong Kong: Impact of global theories on the changing curricula, assessments and textbooks29
How ‘fine’ is fine-tuning of Medium of Instruction (MOI) policy in local schools?54
Towards English as an international language: The evolving ELT curricula and textbooks in Hong Kong50
Contextual variation and Hong Kong English88
Accent acceptability in Hong Kong: Implications for designing ELF language awareness activities40
The choice of English pronunciation goals: different views, experiences and concerns of students, teachers and professionals45
An evaluation of the globalised ELT curriculum and materials in Hong Kong53
Towards English as an international language: The evolving English language curricula, examination papers and textbooks in Hong Kong (1975-2016)23
Attitudes and identities in learning English and Chinese as a lingua franca: a bilingual learners’ perspective38
Exploring individual differences in L2 learners’ use of pragmatic strategies in academic discourse: An English as a lingua franca (ELF) perspective68
Bridging the gap between L2 learners’ use of communicative strategies and ELF: a pedagogical framework27
Towards a lingua franca pedagogical model in the Hong Kong classroom: A sociolinguistic enquiry69
How is authenticity constructed in localised secondary ELT textbooks24
Which pronunciation model in the local secondary classroom? An ethnographic case study of the fine-tuning MOI policy in Hong Kong28
The Fine-tuning medium-of-instruction policy in Hong Kong: A case study of the changing school-based test papers in science subjects50
Exploring L2 learners’ use of communicative strategies in the Corpus of Hong Kong Spoken English: Implications for teaching English as a lingua franca32
A corpus-based study of discourse markers in secondary student talk42
Four decades of ELT development in Hong Kong: Impact of global theories on the changing curricula and textbooks64
The role of situational authenticity in english language textbooks113
English as a lingua franca (ELF) and research into language attitudes46
Exposure to accents and pronunciation modelling: A case study of a secondary school in Hong Kong65
Perceptions and experiences of ELF among students, teachers and professionals in Hong Kong: implications for English language teaching.40


TotJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun
2017/2018371251220244841262055432433
2018/20197044614354581608055594912951
2019/2020507475031424938503652463135
2020/2021593301131052011436482021231350
2021/2022305821225043322217937359
2022/2023625273000000000
Ever2542