Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Dr Lam Tsui Eu Sandra

Lecturer, School of Humanities

Email: stelam@ntu.edu.sg
Dr Lam Tsui Eu Sandra

Biography
Lam Tsui Eu Sandra holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Applied Linguistics from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; and Master’s degrees in English from Cambridge University, UK and Applied Linguistics from Nanyang Technological University. She currently teaches Scientific Communication I and Engineering Communication I courses at the Language and Communication Centre. Her research interests include academic writing, corrective feedback and the use of peer feedback in L2 writing.
Research Interests
Lam Tsui Eu Sandra’s key research interest is in feedback on writing, specifically the use of teacher and peer feedback on writing with L2 learners. Her current research project is a qualitative study on the response to and use of peer and teacher feedback on writing of L2 Chinese learners. The study also focuses on the use of a web-based platform for peer feedback.
Her other research interests include corrective feedback, teaching methodology and language attitudes towards and use of Singlish in Singapore.
Selected Publications
  • Lam Tsui Eu Sandra. (2016). Exploring undergraduate Chinese students’ preferences for feedback in a second language writing class. LCC Working Paper Series, (3), 29-39.
  • Sandra Tsui Eu Lam. (2014). 4th CELC Symposium Proceedings: A qualitative study of second language writers' response to and use of teacher and peer feedback - a proposal. 2013 Centre for English Language Communication Symposium (pp. 116- 123)Singapore: Centre for English Language Communication, NUS.
  • Sandra Tsui Eu Lam. (2011). Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives. Reflections and Practices in ELT: The Pedagogy of a Tertiary-level EFL Teacher in the PRC. Third CELC Symposium for English Language Teachers (pp. 195-208)Singapore: Centre for English Language Communication, National University of Singapore.
  • Hu Guangwei and Sandra Tsui Eu Lam. (2010). Issues of cultural appropriateness and pedagogical efficacy: exploring peer review in a second language writing class. Instructional Science, 38(4), 371 - 394.

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