Arab World English JournalAWEJ Volume.3 Number 2. June 2012                                                                                             pp. 1-2PDFContents

Content

1-2

Letter from the editor

 

3

Changes in Awareness of Academic Reading Strategies among Arab Medical Students

 

4-30

Academic Listening Tasks for ESL Students: Difficulties and Implication

 

31-47

Investigating Teaching and Learning Practices of Second Language ESP Writing at Tertiary Level in Yemen

 

48-75

Students’ Reactions to Writing Clinic Visits and Teacher-Student Conferences on Corrections Made Based on Coded Feedback

 

76-95

The Most Common Spelling Errors among Omani Learners

 

96-116

Relevance of Phonological Awareness Intervention to a Jordanian EFL Classroom

 

117-147

The ‘Folder’ Methodology of Improving Writing

 

148-167

Arabic Young Adult Literature in English

 

168-193

The Use of Arabic in English Classes: A teaching Support or a Learning Hindrance?

 

194-232

The Impacts of Language Awareness Grammar Teaching on Two Grammatical Items

 

233-265

The Acquisition of Verb Inflections in Hijazi Arabic

 

266-304

Understanding the Concept of Learner Autonomy in the Context of Second and Foreign Language Learning: Definitions, Misconceptions, and Applications

 

305-328

Listening to English Connected Speech: A Problem and Solutions

 

329-364

Rhetoric Transfer in L2 Writing: The Role of Second Language Proficiency

 

365-399

Examining the Use of Arabic in English Classes at the Primary Stage in Hebron Government Schools, Palestine: Teachers’ Perspective

 

400-436

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