Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Special Issue on CALL No 6. July 2020    Pp.1-2

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Contents
Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue
Contents 1-2
A Video-driven Approach to Promoting Pragmatic Development in the Context of English as a Foreign Language
Nuha Abdullah Alsmari
3-23
Implementing TED Talks as Authentic Videos to Improve Taiwanese Students’ Listening Comprehension in English Language Learning
Chia-Pei Wu
24-37
Сomputer Technologies in Acoustic Analysis of English Television Advertising Discourse
Olga Valigura , Liubov Kozub & Iryna Sieriakova
38-48
The Use of Edutainment in Promoting Higher Order Thinking Skills in ESL Writing among Malaysian University Students
Siti Hamin Stapa & Nur Izzati Ibaharim
49-66
The Effects of an Interactive Web-based Test of English for International Communication Tutoring Course on Thai Students’ English Grammar Proficiency
Orabudh Mayanondha & Kittitouch Soontornwipast
67-83
The Linguistic Characteristics and Functions of Hashtags: #Is it a New Language?
Iman M. Mahfouz
84 -101
Writing for Journal Publications: A Case Study of Eight Computer Scientists in Algeria
Anissa Cheriguene , Kebbache Tayeb & Chaker Abdelaziz Kerrache
102 – 113
Academic Writing: Challenges and Potential Solutions
Manal AlMarwani
114- 121
Flowchart: Scaffolding Narrative Writing in an English as a Second Language (ESL) Primary Classroom
Melanie Selvaraj & Azlina Abdul Aziz
122-139
Beyond Language Classes: Semiotic Practices in PowerPoint Slideshows in Pharmaceutical English-Mediated Presentations
Noura A. Alghamdi
140-156
 Learning Arabic Media Related Vocabulary through Twitter at the University of Alabama
Saad Bushaala , Safa Elnaili & Maysoun Ali
157-170
 The Integration of Implicit and Explicit Vocabulary Instruction, Project-Based Learning, Multimedia, and Experiential Learning to Improve Thai EFL Senior High School Students’ Vocabulary Ability
Satit Somjai & Kittitouch Soontornwipast
171-190
Using Blended Learning to Support the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language
Hebah Asaad Hamza Sheerah
191- 211
Effect of Using Whiteboard Animation in Project-Based Learning on Indonesian EFL Students’ English Presentation Skills across Creativity Levels
Fatimatus Suhroh , Bambang Yudi Cahyono & Utari Praba Astuti
212-227
Improving Paragraph Writing Skills of Saudi EFL University Students Using Flipped Classroom Instruction
Bala Swamy Chatta & Mohammad Imdadul Haque
228- 247
E-Teaching in Higher Education: an Innovative Pedagogy to Generate Digitally Competent Students at King Khalid University
Shadma Iffat Rahmatullah , Sufia Sultana & Ghazala Sultan
248 – 260
Perceptions of Saudi Students to Blended Learning Environments at the University of Bisha, Saudi Arabia
Ammar Anas
261-277
Collaboration through Online Discussion Board: A Discourse Analysis of CALL in a Normal University in China
Cheng Hsu
278-289
The Effect of Using Conjunction as Cohesive Device on the Undergraduates’ Quality of Writing in Argumentative Essays of Jordanian EFL Learners
Rawhi Yousef Salman Al Shamalat & Che An Binti Abdul Ghani
290-301
Using Pedagogic Video to Enhance English for Specific Purposes Teaching Program (ESP) for Saudi University Students: A New Prospective Approach
Ali Albashir Mohammed Alhaj & Mohammed H. Albahiri
302-317
The Use of Social Media Platforms to Enhance Vocabulary Developing in Learning a New Language: A Review of The Literature
Meshari Alharthi , Andy Bown & Darren Pullen
318 -331
Quizlet: An Online Application to Enhance EFL Foundation Students’ Vocabulary Acquisition at Rustaq College of Education, Oman
Moza Abdullah Al-Malki
332- 343
Investigating the Effectiveness of YouTube as a Learning Tool among EFL Students at Baghdad University
Nawal Fadhil Abbas & Tabarek Ali Qassim
344 – 356
The Effect of Using Padlet as a Vocabulary Knowledge Enhancement Application on Saudi EFL Female Learners, and their Attitudes toward its Value in Learning
Abbad M Alabbad & Hadeel Saad Bin Huwamel
356-377
 Intercultural Awareness and Writing through the Use of WebQuest:  Iraqi Students at Al-Awsat Technical University as a Case Study
Shahad Saleh Al Asadi
378 392
Difficulties of Teaching Saudi Female Students Linguistic Courses through Educational Closed-Circuit Television at Albaha University
Elsadig Mohamed Khalifa Gawi
393-407
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