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Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 8 Number4  December 2017   Pp.1-2                                                                                                                                                              

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Team of this issue

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Against Multiple Agreement – Evidence from Standard Arabic

Abdulkhaliq Alazzawie

3-22

The Ideology of the-Best-English-Teaching-Method in Taiwan’s Children English Language Schools
Jackie Chang

  23-38

A Study on Possible Selves of Turkish Pre-Service EFL Teachers
M. Pınar Babanoğlu

 39-48

The Impact of Dialogic Teaching on English Language Learners’ Speaking and Thinking Skills

Ishraga Bashir Mohammed Elhassan&

Mohammed  Idris Adam 

49 -67

Using WhatsApp in EFL Instruction with Saudi Arabian University Students

Radhi Alshammari , Mitchell Parkes & Rachael Adlington

 68-84

The Effect of Using Authentic Videos on Training Center and Community Service Students' Prosodic Competence and Motivation
Ibrahim Mahmoud Bani Al-Domi

  

85-100

Morphological Analysis of the Glorious Qur'an: A Comparative Survey of Three Corpora

Yasser Muhammad Naguib Sabtan

101-120

 

The Effect of Role Play Strategy on Jordanian EFL Tenth Grade Students'Speaking Skill
Bilal Khalaf Alzboun, Oqla Mahmoud Smadi & Abdallah aniabdelrahman

121-136

English Phraseology: Cognitive, Symbolic and Terminological Aspects

(Based on Idioms with Colour Adjectives Black/White/Red) Natalya N. Zerkina , Yekaterina A. Lomakina & Natalja V. Kozhushkova

  137 -147

Exploring the Construction of Professional Selves of Non-native EFL Teachers at a Saudi Arabian University

Hussain Ahmad , Fatmawati Latada , Sayyed Rashid Shah & Muhammad Nubli Wahab                                                                   

148 - 166

Integrating Local Knowledge into Language Learning: A Study on the Your Language My Culture (YLMC) Project

Radha M K Nambiar & Nurul Amalina bt Anawar

167-182

Using Habits of Mind to Develop EFL Writing Skills and Autonomy
Aly A. Koura & Faten A. Zahran

183- 198

Helping Students Master Interview Skills
Carol Ann Goff- Kfouri & Amal Saleeby-Malek

199-211

The Relationship between Competency and Work Motivation of EFL Teachers at Public Secondary Schools in Yemen
Sameer Ahmed Awadh Boset , Adelina Asmawi & Nabeel Abedalaziz

212- 228

Post-Class Reflections of English Language Lecturers Working at a Kazakhstani University

Dinara Karimova

229-239

The Significance of Teacher Leadership in TESOL: A Theoretical Perspective

Sayyed Rashid Shah

240-258

Perceiving Native English Speaking Teachers: EFL University Students’ Perspectives

Sureepong Phothongsunan

259-267

An Analysis of Algerian Manufacturing and Engineering Master’s Students’ Needs

Nouria MESSAOUDI & Hafida HAMZAOUI- ELACHACHI

268-279

Mind Mapping and Students' Writing Performance
Ali Ayed Al- Zyoud , Dina Al Jamal & Abdallah Baniabdelrahman

280-291

Using Portfolio as an Alternative Assessment Tool to Enhance Thai EFL

 Students’ Writing skill

Rusma Kalra, Chutamas Sundrarajun & Hathaichanok Komintarachat

292-302

The Relationship between Iraqi EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Learning Strategies Use and Their Receptive Vocabulary Size

Adil Muhammd Ameen MAHMOOD & Fadime YALCIN ARSLAN

 303-317

Neutralizing the Uncanny through Culturally Relevant Teaching

Roberto Ollivier-Garza

318-332

Negotiation and Impoliteness Strategies in Saudi and Australian Postgraduate Students’ Emails

Amerah Abdullah Alsharif & Hesham Suleiman Alyousef

  333-351

 

Creativity in the EFL Classroom: Exploring Teachers’ Knowledge and Perceptions
NEDJAH Hana & HAMADA Hacène

352- 364

Tongue Twister, Students’ Pronunciation Ability, and Learning Styles

Fatchul Mu’in , Rosyi Amrina & Rizky Amelia

 365-383

Exploring EFL Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices Regarding Pronunciation Teaching in a Saudi Setting

Maram Alsofyani & Ghazi Algethami

 384-400

 The Present Progressive: A Difficult Aspect to Learn, Evidence from the Moroccan EFL Classroom
Younes ZHIRI

. 401- 411

 The Word List Distribution in Social Science Research Articles

Sorawut Chanasattru & Supong Tangkiengsirisin

 412-429

 Using Infographics in the Teaching of Linguistics
Arwa Bin Dahmash , Ashwag Al-Hamid & Mashael Alrajhi

 430- 443

 History of English-as-a-Second-Language Teaching in the Middle East and the Current Scenario in Bahrain

Gita Ponnuchamy

 444-450

Effect of Bilingualism on the Development of Cognitive Processes among Children
Abdulaziz Alshahrani

451-466 

University Teachers’ Views on English as the Medium of Instruction in an Iranian Higher Education Institution
Abbas Zare-ee & S. Yahya Hejazi

467- 485

Book Review:An Introduction to English Phonetics

Author: Richard Ogden
Reviewer: Khalid Ahmad Siddiq

486-488