Winnie Pang, MA

Collaborating Instructor

Winnie Pang has a MATESOL from Trinity Western University and is an instructor in the International Student Entry Program (ISEP) at BCIT. She has close to 30 years of teaching experience, almost 20 of which has been in teaching English for Academic Purposes at the secondary level in Hong Kong and at the tertiary level in Canada.


MA.  Master of Arts in TESOL, Trinity Western University
B.Ed. Bachelor of Education, UBC



Materials Development in TESOL English for Academic Purposes

Conference Presentations:

BCTEAL & ATESL 2008: Lexical Bundles and the Construction of an Academic Voice
BCTEAL 2010: Getting Upper Beginners started on Listening for Academic Purposes
BCTEAL 2011: Beyond the Benchmarks: Learning from Critical Incidents Encountered by Advanced ELLs .
Tri-TESOL 2011: New horizons: innovative curriculum expansions in BC settlement
Tri-TESOL 2011: Life after ESL: Learning from ELL’s critical incidents

ELSA Net Conference 2011 & TESL Canada Conference 2012: Teaching Dialogic Strategies to Adult English Language Learners, Applying principles of Systemic Functional Linguistics


Recent Publications

Pang, W. (2010). Lexical bundles and the construction of an academic voice: A pedagogical perspective. Asian ESL Journal Professional Teaching Articles, 47, 30-43.

Pang, W., & Burri, M. (2010). Book review: Writing to communicate—from paragraph to short research paper. SLW News: The Newsletter of TESOL’s Second Language Writing Interest Section, 5 (2).



Collaborating Instructor --  Materials Development in TESOL, Ling 514