Mei-yun Ko is Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Foreign Languages at National Formosa University in Taiwan.

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Publications:
A Politeness Strategy: Downtoners, Hedges and Disclaimers

This papers explores the function of mitigating lexical items, such as hedges, disclaimers or downtoners as a politeness strategy in different contexts.

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Au's Culturally Responsive Instruction and Balanced Literacy

This paper examines two key concepts in Kathryn Hu-Pei Au's philosophy of literacy instruction; namely, culturally responsive instruction and balanced literacy instruction.

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Bridging Theory and Practice: Metacognitive Reading Strategy Instruction

This paper reports a study of one-semester implementation of reading strategy instruction to college students in Taiwan.

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Teacher Talk in Grammar Instruction: A Sociocultural Perspective

This study examined two grammar teachers' classroom discourse, attempting to understand how the teacher talk can make a difference in students' learning from a sociocultural perspective.

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