Photo Dr. Juyoung Lee

Name (Title): Juyoung LEE

Title and Position: Dr. /Assistant Professor

Email:  juyounglee@uic.edu.hk

Phone number (Office): 362-0582

Self-introduction(Simple):
Dr. Juyoung Lee is an Assistant Professor in the ELLS Programme at UIC. She teaches Linguistics and TESOL courses including Introduction to the Study of Language, First and Second Language Acquisition, Language Teaching Methodology, and Curriculum Development and Materials Design. She received her PhD in Linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington, USA. Her doctoral research was on psycholinguistics and second language acquisition. In her PhD dissertation, she examined both monolingual and bilingual speakers’ English processing in online sentence comprehension. She received her MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics at Iowa State University, USA. Originally from South Korea, she also received her MA in Linguistics at Sogang University.
Research Interest:
second language acquisition, ESL/EFL education, corpus linguistics, psycholinguistics, and bilingualism (bilingual sentence processing)

Selected Publications:
Lee, J-Y. (2019). Implementing e-learning in Chinese college classroom: Online Interactive Modules. In Enhancing e-Learning Education with Interactive Software: Report on Implementation of Online Interactive Modules. 42-51.
Journal Articles:
Lee, J-Y. (2015). The use of English phrasal verbs in American spoken corpora. International Journal of Language Studies, 9 (2), 27-48.
Lee, J-Y. (2005). The Great Vowel Shift in Optimality Theory. Language & Information Society 6: 84-106.

Conference Papers:
Lee, J. Y. 2018. My educational Journey. Invited talk as a guest speaker at Hall Dinner. BNU-HKBU United International College.
Lee, J.Y., & Witzel, J. 2017. Plausibility and structural reanalysis in online L1/L2 sentence processing. Poster presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Portland, OR, USA.
Lee, J-Y. 2014. The use of English phrasal verbs in American spoken corpora: A comparative analysis of an academic spoken corpus and a casual conversation corpus. Poster presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), Portland, OR, USA.
Lee, J-Y. 2013. A corpus-based study on the use of linking adverbials in academic writing by Korean EFL learners and native English speakers. American Association of Corpus Linguistics (AACL), San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA.
Lee, J-Y. 2011. The effect of computer-mediated communication (CMC) interaction on L2 vocabulary acquisition: A comparison study of CMC interaction and face-to-face interaction. 18th Annual University of Texas at Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics & TESOL (UTASCILT), University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA.