Yiting Han

Yiting Han
Nanyang Technological University | ntu · Singapore Centre for Chinese Language (SCCL)

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Yiting Han received her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching from the University of Arizona, with a focus on learning technologies. Her primary research interests are technology-enhanced language learning and teaching, autonomous learning, and gameful learning. She is also interested in interdisciplinary learning. Her approaches are influenced by complexity theory and ecological perspectives that view learning as a dynamic and emergent journey of semiotic becoming.
Education
August 2017 - December 2020
The University of Arizona
Field of study
  • Second Language Acquisition and Teaching
August 2016 - May 2017
Carnegie Mellon University
Field of study
  • Applied Second Language Acquisition

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The term digital wilds has come to refer to the non‐formal online spaces in and through which additional language (L2) learner‐users, using a multifarious array of tools, platforms, and services, autonomously navigate personal learning trajectories (Sauro & Zourou, 2019), developing L2 digital literacies‐mediated identities needed in life‐wide sett...
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This chapter discusses the informal practice of learnful L2 gaming, that is, playing a vernacular (commercial, non-educational) game for the intentional, sometimes incidental purpose of L2 use and practice. The introduction discusses the reasons for this widespread practice and the background section surveys associated theory and research, focusing...
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The "social turn" in second language acquisition brings into focus the concept of identity that captures the relationship between the language learner and the social world (Norton, 2000, 2013). This paper presents an overview of the issues related to identity development of language learners in study abroad and online intercultural contexts. It dis...
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Changes in digital landscapes have complex effects on the meaning-making that they mediate (Thorne et al., 2015). There is a growing interest in examining the daily digital literacy practices of today’s multilingual young adults and adolescents, who are going to become the generation of future global communicators (Kim, 2016). Addressing current sc...
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Changes in digital landscapes have complex effects on the meaning-making that they mediate (Thorne et al., 2015). There is a growing interest in examining the daily digital literacy practices of today’s multilingual young adults and adolescents, who are going to become the generation of future global communicators (Kim, 2016). Addressing current sc...
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Computer-assisted language learning (CALL) has established itself as a fruitful area of inquiry that contributes to language education and educational technology. CALL has witnessed the endeavor of exploiting technology for robust and meaningful language learning and teaching from scholars over a period of more than fifty years. With the continued...
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Meaning-making in a new era increasingly defined by digital communication is a complicated ensemble of both verbal and non-verbal modes. Following this trend of conveying information multimodally, digital memes have become a new and viral way to communicate and make meaning. Memeing, as a multimodal and social practice, may hold potential for langu...
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Culture, as the fifth language skill, enables learners to develop into multilingually and multiculturally aware global citizens. The traditional Chinese architecture is as old as Chinese civilization. The wisdom, stories, and cultural elements behind traditional Chinese construction is a valued aspect of Chinese culture. This article introduces a L...
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This study investigated the sociolinguistic pragmatic performance of eight advanced Chinese learners from a variationist sociolinguistic perspective, focusing on the variable appearance versus absence of Mandarin sentence final particles (SFPs) in non-interrogative sentences. These learners participated in a Chinese TV talk show and have become pop...

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