Arab World English Journal: Special Issue: Application of Global ELT Practices in Saudi Arabia, September 2019      

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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue 1
Message of the Editors 2
Contents 3
Exploring English Language Needs: Business Students’ and Teachers’ Perspectives in a Saudi Undergraduate Context
Ahmad Al-Ghamdi
4-17

 

Motivation, Investment and Social-Interdependence of Second Language Learners
Hussein Assalahi
18-33
Foreign Culture in English Curriculum in Saudi Arabia: A Teacher’s Voice
Basim Al-Amri
34- 41
Using Verbal Reports to Explore Reading Test-Taking Strategies of Saudi, EFL University Students
Wafa Ahmed Alsafi
42-56
Classroom Observation for Professional Development: Views of EFL Teachers and Observers
Eman A-Shehri
57-71
Exploring Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices on the Use of the Mother Tongue as a Mediational Tool in a Saudi EFL Classroom
Mazen Mansory
72-86
Assessing the Writing Assessment, The Perception of Saudi Graduate EFL Learners: A Case Study
Abdullah Al-Shakhi
87- 102
An Optimality Approach to Saudi Learners’ Production of Regular English Past Tense Verbs
Baraa Rajab
103-117
Investigating Translanguaging Practices and Attitudes of International Students in Higher Education at an American University
Thikra Al-Zahrani
118-128
Students’ Opinions on the Functions and Usefulness of Communication on WhatsApp in the EFL Higher Education Context
Kholoud Alabasi & Fatimah Al-Ghamdi
129- 144
The Role of the iPad as Instructional Tool in Optimizing Young Learners’ Achievement in EFL Classes in the Saudi Context
Tariq Elyas & Basmah Al-Bogami
145-163
An Investigation into Students’ Views on Blended Learning at the English Language Institute in King Abdulaziz University
Sherine Eldeeb
164-178
Exploring EFL Instructors and Students Perceptions of Written Corrective Feedback on Blackboard Platform: A Case Study
Abrar Basabrin
179-192

 

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