Wang, X.-L. (2016). Maintaining three languages: The teenage years. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.
Wang, X.-L. and Bernas, R. (eds.) (2015). Citizens without borders: Becoming members of global community. Niagara Falls, NY: Untested Ideas Research Center.
Wang, X.-L. (2014/2015). Understanding language and literacy development: Diverse learners in the classroom. Wiley-Blackwell publisher.
Wang, X.-L. (2011). Learning to read and write in the multilingual family. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.
Wang, X.-L. (2008). Growing up with three languages: Birth to eleven. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, Ltd.
Wang, X.-L. (2019). Chapter 12: Multilingualism through schooling. In Montanari, S. & Suzanne Quay, S. (eds.), Multidisciplinary perspectives on multilingualism (pp. 253-273). Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter.
Wang, X.-L. (2014/2015). Multilingual family welfare. In T. K. Bhatia and W. C. Ritchie (eds.), The handbook of bilingualism and multilingualism. Malden, MA: The Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. New Paper edition.
Wang, X.-L. (2010). Acquiring Chinese simultaneously with other languages: effective home strategies. In Cai, J.,Cen, J., and Wang, C. (eds.), Teaching and learning Chinese: Issues and perspectives (pp. 175-196). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Wang, X-L., Mylander, C., & Goldin-Meadow, S. (1996). Cross-cultural study of mother/child interaction in Chinese and American families. In M. Cusinato (Ed.). Research on family resources and needs across the world (pp. 363-374). Milano, Italy: Edizioni Universitarie di Lettere Economia Diritto.
Wang, X.-L., Mylander, C, & Goldin-Meadow, S. (1995). The resilience of language: Mother‑child interaction and its effect on the gesture systems of Chinese and American deaf children. Language, Gesture, and Space. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2018) Abuela knows best: Learning from Latino grandmothers when supporting youngc children’s narrative skills. The International Journal of Humanities Education, 16 (3), 1-21.
Wang, X.-L. (2017). Cultivating morality in the Chinese family—Past, present, and future. Journal of Moral Education, 46 (1), 24-33.
Wang, X.-L., Eberhard, D., Voron, M., & Bernas, R. (2016). Helping students with cognitive disabilities improve writing skills through email modeling and scaffolding. Educational Studies, 42(3), 252-268.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2016) Adult promotion of children’s narratives through participatory prompts:
Educational implications. International Journal of Early Childhood Learning, 23(2), 15-28.
Wang, X.-L. & Plotkam R. (2016). Lending a helping hand for English-Chinese bilingual children’s idiom
comprehension and retention: Implications for early childhood educators. Early Years: In International Research Journal, 38 (3), 298-315.
Wang, X.-L., Eberhard, L., & Bernas, R. (2014). Gestures can enhance the narrative ability of children with learning disabilities. International Journal of Literacies, 20, 1-23.
Wang, X.-L., Bernas, R. and Eberhard, P. (2011). When a lie is not a lie: Understanding Chinese working-class mothers’ moral teaching and moral conduct. Social Development, 68-87.
Eberhard, P. & Wang, X.-L. (2010). A middle-voiced understanding of diversity. The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations, 10(4), 295-305.
Wang, X. L., Bernas, R., & Eberhard, P. (2008). Responding to children’s everyday transgressions in Chinese working-class families. Journal of Moral Education, 37 (1), 55-79.
Wang, X.-L. & Eberhard, P. (2006). Helping second language learners construct meaning through hand gestures. International Journal of Learning, 12 (3), 227-236.
Wang, X.-L., Berbnas, R. & Eberhard, P. (2005). Maternal teaching strategies in four cultural communities: Implications for early childhood teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 3(3), 269-288.
Wang, X.-L., Bernas, R. & Eberhard, P. (2004). Engaging ADHD children with teachers’ hand gestures. Educational Studies, 30 (3), 217-229.
Wang, X.-L., Bernas, R., & Eberhard, P. (2002). Variations in maternal support to children’s early literacy
development in Chinese and Native American families: Implications for early childhood educators. International Journal of Early Childhood, 34 (1), 9-23.
Wang, X.-L., Bernas, R. & Eberhard, P. (2001). Children’s early literacy environment in Chinese and American Indian Families. Resources in Education. https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED451927.pdf
Wang, X.-L., Bernas, R. & Eberhard, P. (2001). Effects of teachers’ verbal and nonverbal scaffolding on everyday classroom performances of children with Down Syndrome. International Journal of Early Years Education, 9(1), 71-80.
Haight, W.-L., Wang, X.-L., Fung, H., Williams, K., and Mintz, J. (1999). Universal, developmental, and variable aspects of young children’s play: A cross-cultural comparison of pretending at home. Child Development, 70(6), 1477-1488.
Wang, X.-L., Mylander, C. & Goldin-Meadow, S. (1993). Language and environment: A cross‑cultural study of the gestural communication systems of Chinese and American deaf children. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 8,167-185.
Wang, X.-L. (2020). Language play in simultaneous multilingual children. Paper virtually presented at the Asian Conference on Language, March 2020, Tokyo, Japan.
Wang, X.-L. (2019). The moral lingua franca of multilingual children: Eclectic and culture-specific. Paper presented at the 13thth Annual Conference of The Asia-Pacific Network for Moral Education. Ganesha
University of Education), Bali, Indonesia, 26-30 June.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2019). Collectivist approaches for supporting young children’s narrative skills. Paper presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Research Association. Toronto, Canada, April 5-9.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2018). Supporting Latino children’s narrative skills through the use of culturally-responsive strategies: What can early childhood educators learn from Latino parents? Paper presented at the 13th International Conference on interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Granada, Spain, July 25-27.
Wang, X.-L. (2018). Maternal scaffolding strategies: Informal home teaching and learning environment in Chinese and US Families. Paper presented at the 25th International Conference on Learning. University of Athens, Athens, June 21-23.
Wang, X.-L. (2018). Propriety and character education: A comparison between Chinese educated and working-class mothers’ socialization. Paper presented at The 12th Anniversary Conference of the Asia-Pacific Network for Moral Education. Kaohsiung Normal University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. April 26-30.
Li, G.-F., & Wang, X.-L., Kim, S., & Grigsby, Y.(2018) Beyond the Black and White narratives: Asian TESOL professionals’ racial experiences at predominantly White Institutions. Paper presented at the Annual American Educational Research Association Meeting. New York City, New York, April 13-17.
Grigsby, Y., Kim, S., Li, G.-F., & Wang, X.-L. (2018) Language, race, and exclusion/inclusion at predominantly White institutions. Paper presented at the 2018 Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics. Chicago, IL., March 24-27.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2017). Same child different languages: Comparing children’s character representation and social orientation in Spanish and English narratives. Paper presented at the 15th European Congress of Psychology. Amsterdam, the Netherlands, July 11-14.
Wang, X.-L., Plotka, R., & Eberhardt, P. (2017). Using English language learners’ gestures as clues to help them develop English vocabulary. Paper presented at the 20th European Conference on Literacy. Madrid, Spain, July 3-6.
Wang, X.-L. (2017). The art of mixing: A longitudinal study of trilingual siblings’ strategic use of codeswitching.Paper presented at the 11th International Symposium on Bilingualism, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland. June 11-15.
Wang, X.-L. (2017). Moral connotation of Chinese parents’ teaching of 做人 (how to conduct oneself) in the everyday context. Paper presented in the 11thth Annual Conference of The Asia-Pacific Network for Moral Education. The Central China Normal University, Wuhan, April 21-24.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2017) Comparing children's narrative complexity with grandmothers and parents in U.S. and Latino families. Paper symposium presorted at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Austin, Texas, April 6-8.
Wang, X.-L. & Plotka, R. (2016). Lending a helping hand in idiom comprehension of bilingual children. Paper presented at the 3rd Baltic Sea/17th Nordic Literacy Conference. Finnish Reading Association, Turku/Abo, Finland, August 14-16, 2016.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2016). Children conversations with parents and grandparents in Latino families. Paper presented at the 24th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development. Vilnius, July 2016.
Grigsby, Y., Jones, V., Kim, S., Summers, S., Micek, T., & Wang, X.-L. (2016). Language, race, and teaching at predominantly white intuitions. Workshop presented at the 2016 TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo. Baltimore, MD, April 5-8.
Wang, X.-L. & Plotka, R. (2015). Syncretic narratives of multilingual children: Implication for academic literacy development. Paper presented at the 19th European Conference on Literacy, Alpen-Adria-Universität, Klagenfurt, Austria, July 13-16.
Plotka, R. & Wang, X.-L. (2015). Adult promotion of children narrative though participatory prompts. Paper presented at the 22ndInternational Conference on Learning, Univesidad San Pablo CEU, Madrid, Spain, July 9-11, 2015.
Wang, X.-L., Balakrishnan, V., NISHINO, M., & Kim, M.-K. (2015). APNME 10th Anniversary Publication. Symposium presented at the International Conference on Moral Education, The Women’s College of the University of Sydney, Australia.
Wang, X.-L. & Kim, M.-K. (2014). People without borders: Becoming members of global communities. Symposium presented at the International Conference on Moral Education, Fudan University, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China, October 24-27.
Wang, X.-L. (2014). A medial approach to raising globally minded children. Paper presented at the International Conference on Moral Education, Fudan University, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China, October 24-27.
Eberhard, P. & Wang, X.-L. (2014). A medial understanding of child development. Paper presented at the 4th Global Conference: Childhood, Oxford University, UK: July 17-19.
Wang, X.-L., Eberhard, D., Voron, M., and Eberhard, P. (2014). Helping students with cognitive disability improve writing through e-mail scaffolding. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, July 8-13.
Wang, X.-L. (2015). An interview with Xiao-lei Wang, author of Maintaining Three Languages. Channe View Publications and Multilingual Matters.
Wang, X-L. (2011). Teaching children to read and write in more than one orthography: Tips for parents. Multilingual Living, September 26 Issue.
Wang, X.-L. (2009). Ensuring sustained trilingual development through motivation. The Bilingual Family Newsletter, 26 (1), 1-7.
Wang, X.-L. (2009). Making communication the priority of multilingual learning. Multilingual Living Magazine.
Wang, X.-L. (2009). Interview with Xiao-lei Wang. Author of Growing up with Three Languages, by Alice Lapuerta. Multilingual Living Magazine, 4 (2), 22-25.
Wang, X.-L. (2005). (Book) Exploring the meaning of Chinese New Year: Some ideas for teachers. New Berns, NC: Trafford Publishing Co.
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