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

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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
Implementing TED Talks as Authentic Videos to Improve Taiwanese Students’ Listening Comprehension in English Language Learning
Chia-Pei Wu
Сomputer Technologies in Acoustic Analysis of English Television Advertising Discourse
Olga Valigura , Liubov Kozub & Iryna Sieriakova
The Use of Edutainment in Promoting Higher Order Thinking Skills in ESL Writing among Malaysian University Students
Siti Hamin Stapa & Nur Izzati Ibaharim
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
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
Beyond Language Classes: Semiotic Practices in PowerPoint Slideshows in Pharmaceutical English-Mediated Presentations
Noura A. Alghamdi
 Learning Arabic Media Related Vocabulary through Twitter at the University of Alabama
Saad Bushaala , Safa Elnaili & Maysoun Ali
 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
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
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
Collaboration through Online Discussion Board: A Discourse Analysis of CALL in a Normal University in China
Cheng Hsu
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
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
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
 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
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