Dr. Qunyan ( Maggie) Zhong

Senior Lecturer
Language Studies
Location: Building 170, Room 1084


Zhong, Q. (2016). Investigating the evolution of learners' beliefs and learning strategy use and the effects of these factors on their language achievements. The Asian Conference on Language Learning, Kobe, Japan.

Zhong, Q. (2015). A qualitative inquiry of changes in migrant language learners' beliefs. 4th International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

Zhong, Q. (2015). Investigating the dual nature of language learners' beliefs. The Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand (ALAA/ALANZ/ALTAANZ) Conference :Learning in a multilingual world, University of South Australia, Australia.

Zhong, Q. (2015). Changes in two migrant learners' beliefs, learning strategy use and language achievements in a New Zealand context. System (Vol. 53).

Zhong, Q. (2015). The nature of language learners' beliefs: A half-told story. International Journal of English Studies (Vol. 15 (2)).

Zhong, Q. (2014). Understanding changes in Chinese immigrant language learners' beliefs in New Zealand. TESL-EJ, 1072---4303 (Vol. 17(4)).

Zhong, Q. (2013). A naturalistic inquiry of the relationship between learner beliefs and learner autonomy. In M. Hobbs and K. Doffs (Eds), ILAC Selections: Autonomy in a Networked World, 5th Independent Learning Association Conference 2012. Independent Learning Association: Christchurch, New Zealand.

Zhong, Q. (2013). Learner Beliefs and Learner Autonomy: A Case Study of Two Chinese Migrant Learners in New Zealand. In May, S. (Ed.) (2013). LED2011: Refereed conference proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity. Auckland, New Zealand: The University of Auckland.

Zhong, Q. (2013). Understanding Chinese Learners' Willingness to Communicate in a New Zealand ESL Classroom: A Multiple Case Study Drawing on the Theory of Planned Behavior. System (Vol. 41(3)).

Zhong, Q. (2013). Investigating factors affecting learners' willingness to communicate in a New Zealand classroom: drawing on the theory of planned behaviour. 3rd combined ALANZ & ALAA conference 2013,Wellington New Zealand.

Zhong, Q. (2012). Understanding English Teaching and Learning Context in China. Global Education Review, ISSN 2220-1599 (Vol. Volume 1, Number 2).

Zhong, Q. (2012). A Naturalistic Inquiry of the Relationship between Learners' Beliefs and Their Levels of Autonomy. 5th Independent Learning Association Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.

Zhong, Q. (2012). Chinese ESL Learners in New Zealand: The Beliefs and Learner Strategies of Low-proficiency Chinese ESL Learners and Their Impact on Learning English. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN 978-3-659-16208-4.

Zhong, Q. (2012). The Beliefs and Learner Strategy Use of Low-proficiency Chinese Learners and Their Impact on Learning English in a New Zealand Context. Auckland University.

Zhong, Q. (2012). Chinese ESL Learners' Beliefs and the Implications for their Autonomous Learning. Unitec.

Zhong, Q. (2012). Understanding Chinese Learners' Oral Participation in a New Zealand Classroom. CLESOL Retold Symposium, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand.

Zhong, Q. (2012). Why Are They Reticent: Understanding Learners' Willingness to Communicate in a New Zealand Classroom. 13th National Conference for Community Languages and ESOL, IPC Tertiary Institute, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Zhong, Q. (2011). What do Chinese learners' beliefs Inform us of their autonomous learning? 2011 Language, Education & Diversity Conference, The University of Auckland.

Zhong, Q. (2010). The Effect of Chinese ESL Learners' Beliefs on Their Authonomous Learning. Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal, ISSN: 2185-3762 (Vol. 1 (3)).

Zhong, Q. (2008). Learner Beliefs, Learning Strategies and Language Proficiency: A Case Study of Two Chinese Learners. CLESOL 2009: Language and Identity: Building Communities of Learning.

Zhong, Q. (2007). Language learner beliefs about language learning and their language proficiency in a New Zealand context. Advancing Knowledge in Applied Linguistics: ALANZ Auckland/Waikato Regional Seminar.