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Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume8 number 2 June  2017  Pp.1-                                                                                                                                                                                                                            





Article Titles & authors


Team of this issue




Strategies for Developing English Academic Writing Skills

Joseph Mallia


Metacognition and Mobile-Assisted Vocabulary Learning

Ratnawati Mohd Asraf & Nadya Supian

 16 -35


Preparing Preparatory Year English Language Learners for ProfessionalColleges: An Evaluation of Current Placement System

Muhammad Sabboor Hussain , Khaled Besher Albesher & Aisha Farid


Motivation and Language Learning Strategies Used by MoroccanUniversity EFL Science Students: A Correlatioal Study


The Five Tier Model for Teaching English Academic Writing in EFL Contexts
Hayat Al-Khatib

74- 86

Problem-Based Writing Instruction: Its Effect on Students’ Skills in Argumentative Writing
Jumariati & Gunadi Harry Sulistyo



A Program to Develop the Students’ Awareness of E-learning and its Applications in English in the Foundation Program of Dhofar University
Sobhy Ahmed Soliman & Ashry Abdallah Mahmoud Waziry

 101- 118


 Pronunciation Errors Committed by Palestinian Students at An-Najah National University: An Analytical Approach
Oqab Mahmoud Jabali & Yousif Jamal Abuzaid

  119- 131    

 Compliments across Gender and Power Relation among Indonesian EFL Learners
Rohmani Nur Indah

 132- 144

Power Distance and Individualism-Collectivism in EFL Learning Environment
Abdulaziz Alshahrani

 145- 159  

 Exploring the Status and Teachers’ Perceptions of Technology Integration in EFL Classrooms at Chadli Bendjedid University, Algeria
Ladaci Naima

 160- 170

The Effect of Gender and Proficiency Level on Writing Strategy Use among Iraqi High School Students

Qusay Mahdi Mutar & Vahid Nimehchisalem



An Assessment of Iraqi EFL Learners’ Performance in Using

Synonymy and Antonymy

Dhea Mizhir Kreb


Classroom Interaction in English Language Class for Students of Economics Education
Ima Isnaini Taufiqur Rohmah


Teaching Writing to Second Language Learners: Bench-marking Strategies for Classroom
Syed Sarwar Hussain

   208 - 227 

The Effect of E-mail and WhatsApp on Jordanian EFL Students' Reading Skill
Kafa Mohammad Bani Khalaf

 228- 237 


 Issues and Challenges of E-Portfolio in Micro Teaching Class: Students’
Sarlita Dewi Matra & Dwi Rukmini


An Autosegmental Analysis of Arabic Passive Participle of Triliteral Verbs
Majd S. Abushunar & Radwan S. Mahadin


The Impact of Wait Time Instruction and Teaching Experience on Teachers’ Feedback
in Moroccan Speaking Classes

 268- 278


The Relationship between Learner Motivation and Vocabulary Size: The Case of Iraqi EFL Classrooms
Mohammed Khaleel Khudhur ALBODAKH & Emrah Cinkara



How Do Indonesian Professional English Teachers Develop Their Pedagogical Competence in Teaching Implementation?
Dini Kurnia Irmawati , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Widiati & Bambang Yudi Cahyono


 Effective Solutions for Reducing Saudi Learners’ Speaking Anxiety in EFL classrooms
Suzan Hammad Rafada & Abeer Ahmed Madini


Examining the Relationship between E-Learning Styles and Achievement in English among Moroccan University Students
Azize  EL Ghouati

 323 -332

Using Dictogloss Tasks: Attention to Form in a Collaborative Classroom Activity with Female Translation Students at King Saud University
Dina Mohamed Alsibai

     333 -348

The Impact of Class Size on Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language: The Case of the Department of English at Abdelhamid Ibn Badis University
Hayat  Aoumeur


EFL Learners’  Higher Order Thinking and  Technology Based Instruction in Literature

Case Study of Biskra Univesity 2nd year Students
Nadia Rezig Betka

 362- 370

Causal Relationship amongst Epistemic Beliefs, Motivations, and Strategies Use in Reading for EFL Students
Ive Emaliana , Utami Widiati , Mohammad Adnan Latief & Suharmanto

The Frequently Used Discourse Markers by Saudi EFL Learners
Maryam Alshar


Aspects of Taboos Surrounding Algerian Females’ Daily Issues and Language


Arabic Grammar in Context: Languages in Context

Author: Mohammad T. Alhawary

Reviewer: Yahya Kharrat


Fear of Negative Evaluation in an EFL Setting: An Algerian Case Study

Author: Nadia Idri

Reviewer: Esra İstek