Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) publishes selected dissertations/theses in the field of English language teaching and learning generally relevant to the Arab world context. Submissions of dissertations/theses on topics relevant to the AWEJ readership would be reviewed and those selected for inclusion in future AWEJ editions may be cited as a publication – in this way supporting the professional profile of those aiming to develop their academic careers. If you are interested please click here to read the the procedure.

The Montessori Method in Enhancing English As a Foreign Language Kindergarten Children’s Learning: A Case Study Written by Hajer Fahad Alaskar
Intentional Vocabulary Learning Using Web-based Flashcard System Written by Sarah Nasser Marshed Alzeer
Arab World English Journal (May 2017) Theses / Dissertation (ID 185) Author: Asma Ibrahim Alshabanah Thesis Title: Summarization Strategies Adopted by the Senior Level Female Students of the Department of English at Ki Written by Asma Ibrahim Alshabanah
The Effectiveness of Cooperative Learning on EFL Proficiency: A Case Study of Grade Ten Female Classroom in the New Developed High School Project in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Written by Amirah Khamis AlMashjari
Exploring Saudi EFL Distance Learners' Attitudes towards Synchronous CMC: Effects on Language Use Written by Reham Basabain
The Linguistic Interference between English and Arabic at the Morphemic Level by Saudi Female Students Written by Aisha Mohammed Asiri
Evaluating the Metalanguage of Pragmatics Content of Selected Listening and Speaking Textbooks Written by Ghada Ali AlGhamdi
Effectiveness of Using YouTube on Enhancing EFL Students' Listening Comprehension Skills Written by Ebtesam Thabet Alqahtani
Designing A Model for Evaluating Pre-Service EFL Teacher Education Programmes: An Exploratory Study in the Yemeni Context Written by Waddah Saleh Mohammed Mahwari
The Effect of Noticing L1/L2 Differences on Saudi EFL College Students’ Acquisition of the Present Perfect Written by Maha Jasim Al-Hejji
Cohesive features in persuasive (argumentative and non-argumentative) writing produced by Omani undergraduates Written by Dalal Abdullah Al-Shekaili
Gender representation in Bahraini English textbooks: a critical discourse analysis Written by Wafa Alsatrawi Thesis Title:
Omani Students’ Perceptions of the Use and Applicability of Explicit Grammar Instruction in Communicative Language Teaching Written by Sultan Mohammed Saaiyed Al-Rushaidi
Exploring Culturally Sensitive Alternatives for the FCE Written by Edmund O'Donovan
Translating Religious Terms and Culture in ‘The Sealed Nectar’: A model for quality assessment Written by Raja S AlGhamdi
The Effectiveness of Using Schema Theory in Developing EFL Secondary-Stage Students' Listening Comprehension Written by Nashmiah Awad Almutairi
The Effect of Using Padlet on Enhancing EFL Writing Performance Written by Farah Nasser Algraini
The Effect of Wikis and Process Writing on The Performance of Saudi Female EFL Secondary Students In Writing Written by Reem Fahad Alshalan
Code Switching in WhatsApp Messages among Kuwaiti High School Students Written by Ahmed Samir Abdulghaffar Elsayed
The Effectiveness of Cooperative-Online Synchronous Learning in Promoting Reading Skills of Freshman Female Students at the College of Languages and Translation, KSU Written by Mashael Salem AlSalem
Evaluating Enterprise Series Textbooks from a Cultural Perspective and Developing a Unit Based on Cultural Criteria Written by Hanan Majed Madanat
An Investigation into the Perception and Production of English Vowels by Saudi Female EFL Students from COLT at IMSIU. Written by Shrowg Mohammad Al-Homaidhi
Relative Effectiveness of Teaching Writing as Process vs. Product Using Moodle to Saudi EFL Students of Imam University Written by Wejdan Fahad Alshalan
Teachers’ Perceptions About The Future Of English Language Teaching And Learning In Tunisia After The 2011 Revolution Written by Dr. Samira Boukadi Haj Sassi
A Pragmatic Study of Saudi Female Children’s Ability to Answer Oral Questions as EFL Learners within the Scope of Relevance Theory Written by Nasiba AbdulRahman Alyami
Task-based English Language Needs Analysis for Saudi Female Nurses in Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Riyadh Written by Daad Ahmed Al-Salamah
The Saudi Teachers’ Identities in Teaching English as an International Language Written by Alya Khulaif Alshammari
The role of motivational factors in the apparent lack of success in English language learning in Arabic-speaking countries, particularly Oman and the United Arab Emirates Written by Kathy O'Sullivan
Critical Discourse Analysis of the Image of Arabs Written by Amal Ibrahim Shousha
Standardized Testing of the Non-Standardized Arabic-Speaking ELLs: A Misalignment of Perceptions Written by Afrin Fatima Alavi
How Culturally situated Notions of 'Politeness' Forms Influence the Way Saudi Postgraduate Students Write Academic English? Written by Hanan Salem Almalki
The Effectiveness of Using Specific Teaching Strategies in Reducing EFL Learners’ Speaking Anxiety Written by Danah Abdulrazzak Al-Duwaile
Attaining Fluency in Oral Communication: The Case of Students at DLU English Department. Written by Fawzia Bouhass Benaissi
An Investigation of the Effect of Incorporating Input Enhancement in Dictogloss Tasks to Teach English Grammar on the Development of ESL Female Learners’ Grammatical Awareness Written by Nada Hamad Al-Jamal
The Use of The Mother Tongue in The Language Classroom: Attitudes and Practices Written by Ali Abdulkarim Alsaawi
Depth and Breadth of Vocabulary Knowledge: Assessing their Roles in Reading Comprehension of High-School EFL Learners in the UAE Written by Hamdy Ibrahim Ibrahim Elmasry
Reformulation as Feedback on Students’ Writing Written by Norman Williams
Error Analysis of Subject-Verb Agreement in the Writing of EFL Saudi Female Students: A Corpus-Based Study Written by Dalal A. Al-Dubaib
Non-English-Speaking International (NESI) Students' Tertiary learning Strategies in Relation to English for Academic Purposes Written by Rui Ting Wu
Investigating Imam University Students' Reading Strategies Online Written by Fatimah Abdullah Al-Yami
A Cross-cultural Study of the Speech Act of Apology by Saudi and Australian Females Subject/major: Applied Linguistics Written by Shatha Ahmed S Al Ali
Arabic, English, or 3arabizi? Code and script choice within discussion forums on a Jordanian website” Written by Dr. Robert M. Bianchi
A Dissertation on Students’ Readiness for Autonomous Learning of English as a Foreign Language Written by Omer Tamer
A comparative and evaluative study of motivational techniques used in the second intermediate level EFL classroom in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Written by Ohood Suliman S. Al Henaky
The Effect of Using Computer-Assisted Semantic Mapping on Nursing Students' Reading Comprehension of Medical Texts and Written by Ghyzayel Muhammad Al-Otaibi
The Impact of Teacher Development Groups on Omani EFL Teachers'Classroom Practice Written by salim-ali-khalfan-al-khayari
The Effects of the Native Semantic Structures on the Representation and Processing of L2 Vocabulary for Arabic Speakers of English Written by Layan Saud Alkhathlan
What are the attitudes and perceptions of students, teachers and management towards the use of interactive whiteboards in our EFL classrooms at English language institute, Saudi Arabia? Written by Haseeb ur Rehman Toor
Level of Proficiency and Identity of Emirati Students in UAE Public Schools Written by Taghreed Ibrahim Masri
An Investigation into Arab Students’ Perceptions of Effective EFL Teachers at University Level Written by Saleh Mohamed Saafin
Effect of a Reflective E-portfolio Design Workshop on Saudi EFL Teachers’ Reflection Awareness: An Exploratory Case Study Written by Hind Hamad Al-Jamal
The Effectiveness of a Task- Based Instruction program in developing the English Language Speaking Skills of Secondary Stage Students. Written by Shaimaa Abd El Fattah Ibrahim Torky
The Internationalization of Japan’s Junior High School English Textbooks: Defining Japanese Identity in an Age of Globalization Written by Donald Glen Patterson
College Instructors’ and Learners’ Attitudes to Authentic EFL Reading Materials in Saudi Arabia Written by Enas I. Al-Musallam
The Effect of the Reciprocal Technique and the Technique Described in the Teacher's Guide on the Jordanian Secondary Students' Writing Skills in English Written by Ahmad Fayez Mutlaq Al-Zu’be
Evaluation of Machine Translation Systems: The Translation Quality of Three Arabic Systems Written by Yasmin Hikmet Abdul Hamid Hannouna
Encouraging Teachers to be Reflective: Advantages, Obstacles and Limitations Written by Umama Ahmed Salim AL Kalbani
Relations between teachers’ conceptions of in-class and out-of-class interactions and reported teaching practices: Teachers’ belief study Written by Kimberly Bunts-Anderson
Feedback in Arabic Spoken Communication Written by Abdullah Y. Samarah