AWEJ Volume.4 Number.2 June 2013                                                                                                       P.1

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Contents

No. Article Title & author/s

Pages

1 Team of this issue

2 Contents

1

3 Letter from the editor

2-3

4 Research Paradigms: The Novice Researcher’s Nightmare
Marwa Elshafie

4-13

5 A Framework for Developing the Basic Academic Competencies in ESL Programs
Manal Mohammad T. Qutub

14-31

6 Culture and Approaches to Learning and Teaching
Josephine O’Brien & Sadia Ali

32-45

7 Constructing a Dialogic ESL Classroom: Questioning the Standard
Stephanie Sample

46-58

8 Combating the Production of Stereotypes in Undergraduate Writing
Alex Henry

59-76

9 Project Works as Vehicles for Authenticity in the Graduate Business School of Sfax, Tunisia
Soufiane Trabelsi

77-92

10 Exploring the use of ARS-keepad Technology in English Vocabulary Development
Beena Giridharan

93-105

11 Students’ Attitudes and Perceptions towards Learning English
Amal Ali Alkaff

106-121

12 Teaching the Regular and the Irregular Verbs through a Cultural-based Literary Discourse in an ESL Grammar Classroom
Ream Fathi Odetallah

122-136

13 Closing Techniques for Face-to-Face Conversation in Saudi Educational Institutes
Khadija Abdullah Al-Amoudi

137-151

14 Vocabulary Development Strategies for the L2 Classroom
Elham Yahia & Richard Sinatra

152-159

15 15Investigating the Impact of Constructive Planning as Both a Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategy: A Case Study of Third-year LMD Students of English at the University of Constantine 1, Algeria
Rania Boudaoud

160-172

16 Collaborative Student Writing in the Literature Classroom
Ayesha Heble & Sandhya Rao Mehta

173-184

17 Assessing the Arabic-English Bilingual Reading Competences
Jessica Midraj & Sadiq Midraj

185-199

18 Age Factor and Learning English as a Foreign Language at the Elementary and Intermediate Levels at Jarash Province Schools in Jordan
Ahmad Fayez Mutlaq Al-Zu’be

200-212

19 Personality Characteristics as Predictors of Affective Availability to Interact Across Cultures
Solodka Anzhelika Konstantinovna

213-219

20 Developing Students’ Writing Abilities by the Use of Self Assessment through Portfolios
Saliha Chelli

220-234

21 Constructive Alignment Vs Experiential Learning for ESL Students
Ethel Reyes-Chua

225-245

22 Challenges of Conducting Research in a Digital Age
Jinjin Lu, Wei Fan & Ruiting Wu

246-254

23 Communication Achievement and the Need for Language Reform
Mohammed Hiddas

255-269

24 Tense and Aspect Acquisition in L2 English by Native speakers of Arabic
Mahfood Alsalm

270-282

25 Promoting Literacy and Writing Proficiency through a Reading-Based Method
Nassira  Boudersa

283-297

26 The Linguistic Adjustments of the ACT-R Model to the Acquisition of the Simple Past Tense in the Arab Learners of English Context
Anwar Mourssi

298-309

27 Knowledge Construction and Gender in online Debates
Ines Khalsi

310-326

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