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


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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


Motivation, Investment and Social-Interdependence of Second Language Learners
Hussein Assalahi
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
Classroom Observation for Professional Development: Views of EFL Teachers and Observers
Eman A-Shehri
Exploring Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices on the Use of the Mother Tongue as a Mediational Tool in a Saudi EFL Classroom
Mazen Mansory
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
Investigating Translanguaging Practices and Attitudes of International Students in Higher Education at an American University
Thikra Al-Zahrani
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
An Investigation into Students’ Views on Blended Learning at the English Language Institute in King Abdulaziz University
Sherine Eldeeb
Exploring EFL Instructors and Students Perceptions of Written Corrective Feedback on Blackboard Platform: A Case Study
Abrar Basabrin


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