Yin Ling Cheung
BiographyYin Ling’s area of research and teaching is second language writing. She co-edited Advances and Current Trends in Language Teacher Identity Research (Routledge, 2014) and co-authored English Style and Usage (Prentice Hall, 2011). She has published in journals such as System, The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, English Australia Journal, INTESOL Journal, TESL Reporter, RELC Journal, Asian Journal of English Language Teaching, Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, The English Teacher, and Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences Journal. Her work has also appeared in edited collections such as Readings in Professional Development in Teaching English as a Second Language, Words in Asian Cultural Contexts, and Semiotics. In addition, she has reviewed manuscripts for journals such as TESOL Quarterly, Language Learning and Technology, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Education Research for Policy and Practice, The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, Journal of Asia TEFL, and The Asian English for Specific Purposes Journal.
Prior to coming to Singapore, Yin Ling taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses at Purdue University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has taught a number of writing courses, including Academic Discourse Skills, Research in Teaching Written Discourse, Understanding Writing, The How and Why of Expository/Argumentative Writing, and Second Language Academic Writing.
Ph.D. in Linguistics, Purdue University
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Second Language Writing, Writing for Academic Purposes, Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing Teacher Education, Writing Assessment, Language Teacher Identity