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Sugene Kim holds a master’s degree in professional English writing and a PhD degree in applied linguistics from Ewha Womans University. She won the 2016 ETS Best Paper Award in recognition of the outstanding doctoral dissertation. Her scholarship is in the areas of second language acquisition and English as a foreign language (EFL) writing pedagogy, and she is particularly interested in examining cognitive and linguistic strategies utilized by adult EFL learners to address writing difficulties in different contexts. Her research interests also include morphosyntax and lexicography.

Sugene Kim holds a master’s degree in professional English writing and a PhD degree in applied linguistics from Ewha Womans University. She won the 2016 ETS Best Paper Award in recognition of the outstanding doctoral dissertation. Her scholarship is in the areas of second language acquisition and English as a foreign language (EFL) writing pedagogy, and she is particularly interested in examining cognitive and linguistic strategies utilized by adult EFL learners to address writing difficulties in different contexts. Her research interests also include morphosyntax and lexicography.

Specialized Field

Applied linguistics, Second language acquisition

Academic Background

Ph.D. (Ewha Womans University)

Research Papers

  • "‘Two Rules Are at Play When It Comes to None’: A Corpus-based Analysis of Singular Versus Plural None", English Today, Vol.33 No.4, 201712
  • ""Minimum Input, Maximum Output, Indeed!" Teaching Collocations Through Collocation Dictionary Skills Development", LEXIKOS, Vol.27 No.1, 201710
  • "EFL Learners' Dictionary Consultation Behaviour During the Revision Process to Correct Collocation Errors", International Journal of Lexicography, Vol.30 No.4, 201708
  • "Effects of Grammar Support in a Process-Oriented Composition Class", KATE Forum, Vol.40 No.2, 201612
  • "Proactive Approach to Grammaring in a Process-Based Writing Pedagogy and Its Effect on Linguistic Accuracy", Foreign Languages Education, Vol.23 No.2, 201609
  • "Revisiting Causes of Grammar Errors: Commonly Confused Lexical Category Dyads in Korean EFL Student Writing", English Teaching, Vol.71 No.2, 201608
  • "Effects of Grammar Support in a Process-Oriented Composition Class on Korean EFL College Students’ Writing", Ewha Womans University, 201602
  • "Calling on CALL to Meet Individual Learner Needs for Grammar Instruction in an EFL Composition Class", Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning, Vol.18 No.3, 201509