Arab World English Journal (AWEJ) Volume 10. Number 2. June 2019                                                           Pp.1-2
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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue 1
Contents 1-2
Metaoperational Linguistics: Issues of Translatability and Visibility
Kahlaoui Mohamed-Habib
3-15
Corpus-Assisted Critical Discourse Analysis of Saudi Vision 2030

Rashid Mahmood Mohammad & Ali Ayed Alshahrani

16-28
The Wider Social Context of School and Thai EFL University Learners

Sureepong Phothongsunan

29-39
Oral Corrective Feedback Techniques: An Investigation of the EFL Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices at Taif University

Reem Alkhammash & Fahmeedah Gulnaz

40 -54
The “Communicative Circle” Method in Teaching English at a UniversityElena Suvorova , Tatyana Ahmetzyanova& Kseniya Zharova 55- 67
Policies and Issues in Teaching English to Arab EFL Learners: A Saudi Arabian Perspective

Rashed Al-Tamimi

68-76
Lecturer’s Language Style and Students’ Academic Self Efficacy

in Higher Education of Indonesia

Fahmi Gunawan , Ros Mayasari , Wa Muna & Masruddin Masruddin

77-87
Using Instructional Scaffolding Strategies to Support Oral Productive Language Skills among English Majors at Majmaah University
Bothina S. M. Abdelshaheed
88-101
Code Switching by Female Students of Islamic School in Daily Communication: Modern Islamic Boarding School
Eka Susylowati , Sumarlam , Wakit Abdullah & Sri Marmanto
102-114
The Effect of an Intensive Language Course on Students’ Linguistic Performance at Majmaah University, Saudi Arabia
Majed O. Abahussain & Ahmed, Sami Hussein A.
115-123
Re-thinking the Practice of Teaching Literature to Enhance EFL Students’ Civic Skills: An Algerian Perspective
Mohammed KHELADI
124-135
Approaches to Crafting English as a Second Language on Social Media: An Ethnographic Case Study from Saudi Arabia
Nada Bin Dahmash
136-150
The Effects of Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures in Teaching Subject–Verb Agreement among Rural Sarawak Learners
Chong Xin Txin & Melor Md Yunus
151-164
Speech Act of Refusal on the Phone
Imed Samaali & Tahar Bayouli
165-180
Impact of Intensive Reading Strategy on English for Specific Purposes

College Students’ in Developing Vocabulary
Edhah Numan Khazaal

181-195
Using Awareness Raising in Syntactic and Semantic Errors to Foster Translation Performance among Majmaah University EFL Students
Eman Abdel-Reheem Amin
196-212
Refusal as a Social Speech Act among Thai EFL University Students

Yusop Boonsuk & Eric A. Ambele

213-224
Teaching to Test or Communicate

Mohammad Al Ghafri , Younes Audeh & Muhieddin Al-Gadallah

225-241
The Importance of Pedagogical Empiricism for Sensitizing University English Language Teachers in Arab Context

Saleh Ahmed Saif Abdulmughni

242-256
Readability of Reading Passages in English Textbooks and the Thai National Education English Test: A Comparative Study
Thanaporn Srisunakrua & Tipamas Chumworatayee
257-269
English Language Teaching: Historical Overview, Current Issues and Suggestions for Enhancing Speaking Proficiency in EFL Contexts
Yahya Ali Alghamdi , Ahmed Mohammed Alghamdi & Turki Gabr Alsolami
270-283
Functioning of Emotive-Evaluative Vocabulary in a Political Text

Liliya S. Polyakova , Elena V. Suvorova & Alexey Yu. Trutnev

284-292
Understanding of Reading among Teachers and Learners: A Descriptive Study of Pre-university English Language Teaching /Learning in Saudi Arabia
Mogbel Aid K Alenizi
293-306
Student-Teacher Responsibilities in English Studies: An Empirical Analysis of Arab Student and English Faculty Perceptions

Kashif Raza

307-322
Linguistic Hegemony of English Language in the Medical Context of King Abdullah Hospital

Hanan Sarhan Alsubaiai

323-341
Bloom’s Taxonomy and Moroccan Children’s Vocabulary and Critical Thinking Skills Development

Mounia Benjelloun & Yamina El Kirat El Allame

342 -352
Attitudes of Saudi EFL Learners towards Speaking Skills
Jamal Kaid Mohammed Ali , Muayad Abdulhalim Shamsan , Rajakumar Guduru & Nirmala Yemmela
253-364
Narrowing the Achievement Gap between EFL Students in Oral Expression through Cooperative Learning

Tarek Ghodbane & Hafida Hamzaoui El Achachi

365 -378
Interactional Metadiscourse Markers in the Abstract Sections of Arabic Patents
Manal Mahmoud Alzarieni , Intan Safinaz Zainudin , Norsimah Mat Awal
Mohamed Zain Sulaiman
379-393
Literary Pragmatics

Fareed Hameed Al-Hindawi & Mariam D. Saffah

394-408
Promoting Critical Thinking as a Social Practice: Shaping Students’ Voice, Agency and Inter-Subjectivity in a Cohesive Framework

Khalid Almashikhi & Vijay Singh Thakur

409-419
The Import of the Syllable in Phonological Analysis: Epenthesis and Deletion in Mostaganem Spoken Arabic

Radia Benyoucef

420-430
Iraqi EFL Teachers’ Assessment Literacy: Perceptions and Practices
Fryad Hama Najib Muhammad & Mehmet BARDAKÇI
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