Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL No.5 July 2019                                            Pp.1-2                                  
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Exploring the Effects of Interactive Response System (IRS) in an EFL Grammar Class
Chia-Pei Wu
 .3-17
An Assessment of the Effectiveness of CALL in Teaching English Language Writing Skills in Saudi Arabia
Hailah Alhujaylan
18 -27

 

Can Home Use of Speech-Enabled Artificial Intelligence Mitigate Foreign Language Anxiety – Investigation of a Concept
Minhui Bao
28 -40
Improving ESL Learners’ Grammar with Gamified-Learning
Harwati Hashim , Karmila Rafiqah M. Rafiq & Melor Md. Yunus
41-50
 Effectiveness of ProjectWeb Learning Approach in the Development of Action Research Skills among Master’s Students in Oman
Abdelkader Mohamed Abdelkader Elsayed
51-64
The Impact of Texting on Standard English: The Students’ Perspective
Jamal Kaid Mohammed Ali , S. Imtiaz Hasnain & M. Salim Beg
65-75
The Determinants of Use and Acceptance of Mobile Assisted Language Learning:The Case of EFL Students in Morocco
Nabil Morchid
76 – 97
Massive Open Online Courses : En Route to Communication Skills Acquisition
Melor Md Yunus , Haida Umiera Hashim & Harwati Hashim
98-109
The Attitudes of Second Year EFL Students at Dr Moulay Tahar University towards Learning English Pronunciation through Mobile Assisted Language
Nadia GHOUNANE
110 -123
Efficiency of an Educational Robotic Computer-mediated Training Program for Developing Students’ Creative Thinking Skills: An Experimental Study
Sobhy Ahmed Soliman
124-140
Blended CEFR in Enhancing Vocabulary among Low Proficiency Students
Prisla Devi Krishnan & Melor Md Yunus
141-153
EFL Learners’ Lexico-grammatical Competence in Paper-based Vs. Computer-based in Genre Writing Sundus Ziad AlKadi & Abeer Ahmed Madini 154-175
The Implications of Online Translation Courses on Instructors’ Philosophy of Teaching
Sayed Ismail , Haroon Nasser Alsager & Abdulfattah Omar
176 -189
EFL Learners’ Perception about Integrating Blended Learning in ELT
Syeda Saima Ferheen Bukhari & Fatima Mahmoud Basaffar
190-205
Memory Stay Or Stray?:  Irregular Verbs Learning Using Kahoot!
Melor Md. Yunus & Mohd Azmanuddin bin Azman
206-219
Conversation Analysis: Opening Sequences and Ritual Expressions of Informal Mobile Phone Calls between Saudis
Mohammad Mahzari
220- 251
Graduate Students’ Reflections on Technology in Language Learning and Teaching: A Qualitative Study
Mohammed A. A. Farrah
252 -266
Engaging Students through Blended Learning Activities to Augment Listening and Speaking
Najat Hussein Alsowayegh , Hisham Jameel Bardesi , Ibrahim Garba & Muhammad Aslam Sipra
267-288
A Study of EFL Students’ Attitudes, Motivation and Anxiety towards WhatsApp as a Language Learning Tool
Jamal Kaid Mohammed Ali & Wagdi Rashad Ali Bin-Hady
289-298
Barriers to CALL Implementation in Written Expression Courses: EFL Teachers’ Perspectives
Amina EL AGGOUNE & Nesrine GHAOUAR
299 -306
EFL Teachers as Designers of Ubiquitous Learning Experiences
Nadjat Khenioui
307- 318
The Impact of Digital Storytelling on ESL Narrative Writing Skill
Mohd Azmi Zakaria & Azlina Abdul Aziz
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