SCET Journal 2020/2021

« Language Matters

Wang, Y. (2020). Adult English learners and the bilingual reading process: Retrospective miscue analysis. Bilingual Research Journal , 43 (4). 433- 449. 020.1861125 Wang, Y., & Arslan Ari, I. (2021). “My eyes move dynamically”: Inquiring into adult English learners’ reading through retrospective eye movement miscue analysis. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy , 65 (2), 163-173. https://doi. org/10.1002/jaal.1188

Case study of retrospective miscue analysis with two adult English learners. Reading Horizons, 56 (2), 64-92.

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j Shuang Du is a Ph.D. student in the Language and Literacy program at the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include bilingual/ multilingual education, biliteracy/ multiliteracies, and multicultural reading. She has studied in China, South Korea, and Spain. She is eager to share her rich experiences in both teaching and learning in different languages. Yang Wang is an associate professor in language and literacy in the Department of Instruction and Teacher Education at the University of South Carolina. She is Co-Director of the Center of Bilingualism Matters @UofSC. Her research focuses on reading comprehension, reading miscue analysis, English language teaching and learning, and bilingual literacy.

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