Cong Zhou is a Language Lecturer in Chinese language. She graduated from Tsinghua University with a Bachelor's in Chinese Language and Literature in 2007. Zhou completed an M.A. in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at Beijing Language and Culture University in 2010. Before coming to NYU in 2015, she taught at Georgetown University and the George Washington University in Washington D.C.
M.A. 2010, Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Beijing Language and Culture University
B.A. 2007, Chinese Language and Literature, Tsinghua University
Areas of Research/Interest
Second language assessment, Second language acquisition, Chinese language pedagogy, Teacher training.
The Commentary on Lyle F. Bachman’s Authenticity Theory. In Zhang, W. & Xing, H. (Eds.), The Exploration of the Testing, Acquisition and Cognition of Chinese (89-108)
Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press, 2010
The Study of the Reliability of HSK Advanced Oral Test Based on Generalizability Theory: the Impact of New Type of Integrated Item on Score Dependability. China Examinations, 10, 3-10
Co-Authored with Wang J.
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