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Minjin Kim

Minjin Kim

Graduate Assistant Lecturer


Biography:

Minjin Kim is a PhD student in Applied Linguistics at Pennsylvania State University. Her major research interests encompass second/foreign language writing, discourse analysis, and corpus linguistics. She enjoys analyzing L2 learners’ language output. She has over ten years of teaching experience in various language institutes and schools. She taught English grammar, writing, and reading to K12 students, and also instructed how to analyze linguistic data with language analysis tools to university students. She also worked as a translator and interpreter in several different fields. She is now teaching Academic Literacies 140 and Grammar & Writing Skills 140 in Intensive English Communication Program (IECP) as a teaching assistant.

 

Minjin Kim & Sun-Young Oh. (2019). Three Korean EFL middle school students’ use of online resources in L2 writing. Korean Journal of Applied Linguistics, 35(4), 75-103.