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Sugene Kim

Associate Professor

Sugene Kim

Biography

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.

Research Interests

Applied linguistics, Second language acquisition

Final Education

Ph.D., Ewha Womans University

Awards & Honours

  • (2016) ETS Dissertation Award. Educational Testing Service

Academic Papers

  • Sugene Kim (2021) Prepping for the TOEFL iBT Writing test, Gangnam style. Assessing Writing 50 :1075-2935
  • Sugene Kim (2021) English as a lingua franca in Japan: Multilingual postgraduate students’ attitudes towards English accents. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 42 :‎0143-4632 (print); 1747-7557 (web)
  • Sugene Kim (2021) L2 writers' perspectives on face-to-face and anonymous peer review: Voices from China. Porta Linguarum 35 (1) :ISSN: 1697-7467; ISSN-e: 2695-8244
  • Sugene Kim (2021) "When being specific is not enough": Discrepancies between L2 learners’ perception of definiteness and its linguistic definition. Vigo International Journal of Applied Linguistics 18 :1697-0381
  • Sugene Kim (2020) Blurring the boundaries: Bilingual creativity manifested in the linguistic landscape of South Korea. English Today :ISSN: 0266-0784 (Print), 1474-0567 (Online)
  • Sugene Kim (2020) ‘Sejong the Great would turn in his grave!’: South Korean attitudes towards monolingual English signage in public buildings. English Today :ISSN: 0266-0784 (Print), 1474-0567 (Online)
  • Sugene Kim (2020) ‘Nabewa nabedayo!’: Foreign faculty members’ perceived need to learn the students' L1. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 24 :‎1747-7522
  • Sugene Kim (2020) Japanese L2 learners’ translanguaging practice in written peer feedback. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 24 :‎1747-7522
  • Sugene Kim (2019) On the Phraseology of the Linking Adverbial Besides. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 40 (1) :1475-1585
  • Sugene Kim (2019) Japanese Student Writers' Perspectives on Anonymous Peer Review. ELT Journal 73 (1) :Online ISSN 1477-4526, Print ISSN 0951-0893
  • Sugene Kim (2018) A Lexicographic Approach to Teaching the English Article System: Help or Hindrance?. Lexikos 28 (1) :ISSN 2224-0039 (online); ISSN 1684-4904 (print)
  • Sugene Kim (2017) ‘Two Rules Are at Play When It Comes to None’: A Corpus-based Analysis of Singular Versus Plural None. English Today 33 (4) :0266-0784 (Print), 1474-0567 (Online)
  • Sugene Kim (2017) “Minimum Input, Maximum Output, Indeed!”Teaching Collocations Through Collocation Dictionary Skills Development. LEXIKOS 27 (1) :2224-0039
  • Sugene Kim (2017) EFL Learners' Dictionary Consultation Behaviour During the Revision Process to Correct Collocation Errors. International Journal of Lexicography 30 (4) :1477-4577
  • Sugene Kim (2016) Effects of Grammar Support in a Process-Oriented Composition Class. KATE Forum 40 (2)
  • Sugene Kim (2016) Proactive Approach to Grammaring in a Process-Based Writing Pedagogy and Its Effect on Linguistic Accuracy. Foreign Languages Education 23 (2) :2384-1427
  • Sugene Kim (2016) Revisiting Causes of Grammar Errors: Commonly Confused Lexical Category Dyads in Korean EFL Student Writing. English Teaching 71 (2)
  • Sugene Kim (2016) Effects of Grammar Support in a Process-Oriented Composition Class on Korean EFL College Students' Writing. Ewha Womans University

Grants

  • (2018) EFL Student Writers’ Perspectives on Anonymous Peer Review: A Transnational Exploration. AsiaTEFL Primary Researcher
  • (2018) EFL Learners’ Theories on the Use of the English Articles. AsiaTEFL Primary Researcher
  • (2018) The Prospects and Limitations of Anonymous Peer Review in a Japanese EFL Writing Classroom. JSPS Primary Researcher